Ben N (WI) and his family last week
It’s comments like this that capture why Michelle and I love what we do. This is an excerpt from an email I received today : ” Hello Chad and Michelle: I just wanted to thank you and your staff for the attention that you gave our group, during our recent stay with you, at Pasha Lake Cabins. We had some unusual requests, due to our group dynamic, and you made every effort to support us with options and efficiency. The true test comes during adversity, and you answered the call, when we had our situations. We understand that there…
As of May 20th, 2018 – Lake Nipigon was officially ice out!
Accommodates: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Beds: 4 Porch: Great for gear, shoes and jackets Kitchen: Full Housekeeping Livingroom: 1 couch, 2 chairs Bathroom: Sink, toilet & Shower Heat: Propane Distance to Main Lodge: 200 feet Distance to Office: 250 feet Location in Camp: Northeast hill Click Here to view camp layout All cabins are a full housekeeping accommodation and come complete with hot/cold running water, modern toilets, full kitchen to include all cooking utensils, plates & silverware, coffee maker, toaster, propane range top & oven, full refrigerator/freezer and microwave. Cabins also include bed linens, toiletries and bath towels, however applicable taxes or license fees are not included. Also all facilities are non smoking….
May 19th, 2018 Walleye Opener Highlights– Just a quick note to touch base with everyone and bring you up to speed on current events Ice off on inland lakes happened a day earlier than 2017. This year on May 13th, the remaining ice sheet floating on Pasha finally relented. Pasha of course is one of the last lakes in the region to free up, meaning all inland lakes and rivers were officially free of hard water Lake Nipigon – Lake Nipigon ice melt is hovering around 10% or so. The south shorelines are breaking up daily, but current…
As of 6pm yesterday, May 13th – the Pasha Lake Region of Ontario was ice free. Of course, Lake Nipigon will be later. Check back for updates