There’s a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot.
News & Updates
News & Updates
Moose hunting in the fall of 2013 was poor. This is not the type of news we like to announce as naturally we would rather like to share our successes. While there were signs and sounds of Moose in the forest, none were shot. The hunters and guides feel the presiding factor for the poor hunt was the unusually warm weather.
On a better note, our 2013 Bear Hunt was a GREAT success with a hunt rate of 86%!
When thinking about a bird hunt, Northwest Ontario, Canada may not be your first thought. However, keep in mind the pressure on the species is very low and nature’s beauty is bountiful. KaBeeLo would enjoy your company in mid-September to hunt some ruffed & spruce grouse.
Minneapolis Star Tribune: New Year’s Wish to All Anglers - Choose Your Trip Carefully
Posted by: Tony Capecchi under Fishing Updated: December 30, 2012 - 1:03 PM
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Charles Dickens’ famous line refers to life during the French Revolution, but he may as well of been writing about Canadian fishing trips.
Because when you’re on that dream fishing trip and everything’s going great, life doesn’t get much better. But when you’re stuck on a trip that’s a total bust, it’s a real kick in the pants––mainly because for months in advance the Ghost of Christmas Future teased you with visions of unreal fishing, and the disappointment of a squandered trip is devastating.
So, my New Year’s wish to fellow anglers is that in 2013 you enjoy the former, rather than suffer from the latter. To help with that goal, here are 3 tips for making sure your precious, hard-earned and well-deserved fishing vacation lives up to your great expectations (OK, no more Dickens’ references)......Click here to continue reading.
Raging Wildfire Threatens 40-Year-Old Dream
Posted by: Tony Capecchi under Environment, Fishing Updated: September 10, 2012 - 10:26 PM
One year ago - as the raging flames of a historically uncontrollable wildfire encircled Harald and Ann Lohn and torched their family's Ontario fly-in fishing outpost camps - it looked like today might not arrive. Mother Nature nearly wiped many of the outpost camps at KaBeeLo Lodge off the map.
The fires, the worst to ravage Ontario’s vulnerable wilderness in 50 years, laid siege to 1.6 million acres last summer. Two of KaBeeLo’s 13 outpost camps burnt to the ground, another half dozen were shut down with fishing parties getting evacuated for safety. ......Click here to continue reading