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Sunday, 15 September 2013

Jon Bos Jr & John Bos Sr

 We recently had some of our friends/guests stay with us, Jon and John Bos, and they did very well out on the lake. Here are some of their pictures they wanted to share with us. 
 John Sr with his 36 inch Northern Pike
Jon Jr with his 35 inch Northern Pike

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Friday, 13 September 2013

Brad's Catch and Release

Brad went fishing today on this beautiful day and caught a 25 inch walleye. We released it after taking this photo. Sweet catch buddy!

Monday, 9 September 2013

Kathy Hagerty slaying them.

Here is our good friend and fishing enthusiast, Kathy, with a 26 inch walleye (pickerel). She said it was a good fight and at first thought it to be a pike on the end. She reeled in a good one! Catch and released. Roughly 19 years of age this walleye. 
                Way to go KATHY!

Tess & John Sullivan Family

A family of four came up to visit us for some outdoor adventures. These pictures are from this morning. Brad Fantham, one of our guides here at Erringtons, took them out fishing and they did very well. Good job Tess, John, Isaac and Taya. 

Agawa Canyon over night Train Tour

We recently had an Agawa Tour, Sept 8th, and our guests caught some amazing photos! Thank you Nancy Cornish for spotting the moose, and her husband, Kent Cornish for taking these shots. It was a pleasure having you including your friends from Germany. Come back and visit really soon. 
                     Morning view.
       "Long time no see em" friend
           Bull Moose at Dibben River
                      Brisk evening 

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Huston Party

Here is our good friend and long time guest, Jeff Huston, doing what he does best.
                      25 inch walleye

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Swooping IN!

 Here is an Eagle coming close to some of our guests.
From Errington's Wilderness Island

Kathy Hagerty

Another great Northern Pike caught by Kathy Hagerty. This one is 29 inches and is in our catch and release program. This particular fish is around 9 years of age according to our Population Profile scale.

 From Errington's Wilderness Island

Black Rock Adventure

Some of our guest's ended up heading south around 5 miles from our main lodge to Black Rock and took some amazing photos. Here are a few that I would like to share.

 Spruce Grouse down at Black Rock
 Can you see her face?

 Territorial Spruce Grouse
 Beauty Picture
 Some of these Lichens started to grow when the last ice age was here roughly 10,000 years ago.
From Errington's Wilderness Island

Bill & Kathy Hagerty

35 inch Northern Pike caught and released by our guests in Cabin 15. Way to go Kathy!
 This Northern Pike is 15 years of age according to our Population Profile Scale.
From Errington's Wilderness Island

Evening fishing

 Here is what I thought was a great photo to share. Some of our guests fishing in the evening time in front of our main lodge.

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Friday, 16 August 2013

Northern Lights

Miss Morgan captured these photos last night and they turned out great. Have to love these beautiful nights!

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Beird fishermen

Here is a happy father son duo doing what they love. Northern Pike fishing. WTG Tucker!
                         28" Pike.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Williams Party Adventure

 Micheal JR and grandpa Don enjoying shore lunch.
 Larry guiding for walleye.(Pickeral)
 Micheal chilling with a bear.

 We recently had a great group of gentlemen come up for an adventure here at Errington's. They've seen moose, caught a lot of pickeral and pike along with having some delicious shore lunch's. It was a pleasure to have met these guys. Here are a few photos of Don and Micheal Williams. Micheal Sr took these amazing pictures. It was great to have you guys up staying with us.

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Karen Shlaak Walleye

 Here is a great Walleye our friend caught. Happy Anniversary to Karen and Dave! Cheers!

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Monday, 22 July 2013

Bear Viewing - June 2013

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Bear viewing is a favorite activity for my husband and me.  While fishing for walleye off of bear point, we saw a mother bear fishing also.  She had three cubs with her.  She caught what appeared to be a large sucker fish and took it up on the bank for all to enjoy.  The three cubs were so cute, but it was impossible to get all three of them in the camera frame at once.

Another day at bear point, we spotted a bear high in a tree.  It was something to watch it slide down the tree trunk like a fireman's pole.  You could actually hear her claws scraping on the bark of the tree as she slid down.  


What was so wonderful was to be able to see bear virtually everyday on our June trip.  Finding bear to view was the rule, not the exception.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Lovely Evening

Bon fire and friends at the point at Erringtons. Morgan and emily playing some cribbage. :)

Saturday, 6 July 2013

More Moose sightings!

 Thanks to Jim Rugenski for sending these pictures to us. They got pretty close to them and from the pictures, they watched them swim quite a ways.


 From Errington's Wilderness Island