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Errington Wilderness Island Pictures

Tom Lounsbury

Thu, 27 Jun 2013 16:29:51 EDT

 


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Outdoor writer Tom Pink enjoyed a Northern Ontario sunset (with loons
singing) on his paddle board, that he also uses for fishing.

















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The only way to get to Errington's Wilderness Island is by train or
(float) plane. MOWA members went by train and it is a very relaxing and
scenic way to travel.
















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Al Errington cooking a shore lunch which always includes freshly caught
fish.
























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Fishing guide Devon Errington taking care of freshly caught northern pike
and walleyes.






















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Ginny Lounsbury battling a feisty walleye. Fishing in Northern Ontario is
certainly her cup of tea.






















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A nice eating walleye in the net is always a satisfying moment.

















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Errington's Wilderness Island uses cedar strip fishing boats that are
light as a feather in the water and very sea worthy. Outdoor writer David
Rose holding a stringer-full of walleyes is plenty happy with the wooden
boat performance, which is quieter in the water than other types.
















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The mantle above the lodge fireplace says it all.

 

 

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