2018 Cabin Availability

Below is our cabin availability list for 2018. If there aren't any cabins available the week you wish to come, let us know, and we can put you on a waiting list. Openings come and go virtually every week as people juggle their fishing vacations with plans such as...

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Back in Business

The trip to our winter home went smoothly...the weather was gorgeous other than a little rain...and the fall colors were amazing, especially just north of Fort Frances, Ontario. I never knew that Tamarack trees, an deciduous pine, turned a beautiful orange in the...

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On the Road Again

Off we go, back to stateside! We will be on the road for the next few days and probably won't be able to respond to our emails and phone calls. We will let you know when we are back in action though. Remember that through May, you will need to reach us at...

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Closing Up Camp

If a tree falls in camp when no one is here, does it still make a sound? Will the wild animals visit while we are gone and reclaim what is theirs for a few months until we return? And what will the squirrel think when Niko doesn’t answer his call until it scampers...

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Stand Off! Smack Down?

All summer long...chatter chatter screech! As if to exclaim, "Niko! Come on! Come on! Catch me if you can!"  Niko, our beloved camp dog, watches and waits...and then tries to jump up the tree trunk. Over and over, we have seen this dance. We just aren't sure if Niko...

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Eagles…Nature at its Best

Fishing on Red Lake is so multi-faceted. Relaxing in the boat with friends and family. Nature's wonders all around you. Incredible fish below, big bears and moose on land, and the magnificent eagles overhead. Long-time guest Lonnie Boyer shared some amazing photos...

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Ahhh-tumn at Bow Narrows

This was the view out our dining room window yesterday in the early morning. What a way to wake up...lake of glass and reflections that seem to go on forever! Maybe a reward for the rain and wind of autumn that we have had lately. As an example of extremes, one makes...

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Peaceful Portage

A few of our guests enjoy strapping one of our canoes onto the camp Lund and heading on over to Bridget Lake for a portage. Carrying the canoe about a quarter-mile from Archer Bay, they hike into the small lake that has areas 100 feet deep. Bryant Friebus and his dad...

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Best Week of the Year, Every Year

A few words from long-time guest Steve Ozark who was at Bow Narrows Camp earlier in the summer: "It was another stellar year, our 37th at Bow Narrows Camp. Caught the biggest pike of my life - bigger than this beauty we released- but Dad caught the lure in the net...

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“Looming Low and Ominus…”

On an early-morning departure with guests heading for our dock in Red Lake a few weeks ago, we encountered several banks of fog as they rolled across the lake. I managed to drive around two of them only to be engulfed by a third at the narrowest of narrows at the...

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