Monday, December 31, 2007

Do You Have Fishing Guides?

Red Lake Ontario fishing map

Do you have fishing guides at your camp on Red Lake, Ontario?
That is a common question from people who are considering coming to Bow Narrows Camp.
The answer is no and the reason is because they just are not necessary.
Unlike some camps where you need a guide to take you dozens of miles to the fishing spot, Bow Narrows Camp is located right in the best area to fish. Great fishing starts at the dock and you never need go more than a few miles away.
The camp and most of the fishing areas are located in areas that are protected from the wind no matter the direction.
You can see this for yourself by clicking on this link to Google Maps. Switch the map to satellite view and then zoom down to the camp. Note that the camp is located in a very long protected narrows and then look at all the bays and islands accessible from this narrows.
We furnish you with an excellent fishing map of Red Lake, Ontario that shows depths as well as shore features. Our staff will mark on this map where the fish are biting and will pass on what lures and techniques to use, times of day to fish at the various spots, etc.
Would you like a copy of this map mailed to you? Click here and fill out the form and ask us to send you a map.
The lake is easy to learn and any "hidden" rocks that you could strike with the outboard in travel corridors are marked. For non-travel areas, just idle slowly away from the shoreline before travelling at high speed and you'll be safe from striking rocks.
Finally, Bow Narrows Camp cleans all your fish for you back at camp. Incidentally, we remove ALL bones, including Y bones from northern pike and these fish are absolutely delicious in Red Lake.

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