There’s a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot.
News & Updates
News & Updates
Cannabis in Canada
Ontario's Travel Association "The Sunset Country" has compiled a summary, for traveling tourists, with information on cannabis in Canada, and the regulations and laws that apply to its use. Keep in mind that while Federal regulations apply across the country, each Province has it's own set of regulations. Make sure you know the ones in the Province(s) you plan on visiting. Use the link below to read the full article.
We are EXCITED to share the news about changes to our Fleet! Spring of 2016 KaBeeLo Airways traded in our longitme trusted Beaver D-GDYT (orginal to the business) for a Turbo Beaver C-GEWP! Our hopes for the new plane is that she's faster, smoother, different sound, improved efficiencies for larger groups, move more passengers & cargo per run.
We can't wait to incorporate her into our business!
Flying High Over Ontario - A Bush Pilot’s Journey
OUT IS IN…
OUT IS IN AT THE KANSAS CITY BOAT SHOW | by Brent Frazee - The Kansas City Star 01/24/2015
When Harald Lohn worked for the state of Maryland, he was not much of a fisherman. He’d wet a line a couple times a year, but that was it. “There’s no way I would get in the car and drive 400 miles to go fishing,” he said.
But that lifestyle changed when Lohn’s cousin invited him to go fishing at his KaBeeLo Lodge in northwest Ontario.
“It was absolutely beautiful,” said Lohn, 71. “It was everything I could possibly dream of. “We caught fish, but it was the beauty of the country that fascinated me.”
So much so that Lohn bought the place when his cousin put it up for sale. That was 33 years ago, and Lohn has never regretted his decision.
Today, he operates a remote fishing lodge that flies fishermen out to 13 outpost lakes. Photos of the living quarters that Lohn displays at the Sportshow reveal that customers aren’t exactly roughing it when they travel there.
But it’s not the accommodations that hook the customers. It’s the fishing. Lohn calls the walleye and northern pike fishing at those lakes “unbeatable.”
“If conditions are good and you don’t catch 100 fish a day, something’s wrong,” he said. “Either you’ve overslept, you don’t have a boat or you’re drunk.” Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com
“BEST HUNTING OUTFITTER DISPLAY” award
- Load Older Posts