James Holst joins Chad Thompson at Pasha Lake Cabins for some fall walleye fishing on the remote Lake Onaman.
Come join James Holst as he heads to Pasha Lake Cabins in Canada to fish some of the areas finest frozen waters for trophy Ontario Walleyes.
In Season 11 , Episode 4 we follow James Holst and Chad Thompson from Pasha Lake Cabins in Ontario, on an epic journey targeting Northern Pike. If you like Big Fish, especially Big Pike – you are going to love this brand new episode of In-Depth Outdoors TV.
James Holst and Chad Thompson crank big Rapalas for super-sized shallow, spring Pike in Ontario, Canada, on a walk-in lake known for a hot spot called the “Bay of Pigs.”
Fish’N Canada TV Show Video at Pasha Lake Cabins: Episode 4 , (Lake of a Million Walleye) of the 2006 Fish’N Canada Show, was filmed on a secret lake we fish from our location. This is just one of several lakes we fish where the walleye action is hot from spring to fall. If you want to experience the euphoria that Pete Bowman brags about in the video, then give us a call today. Spend your fishing vacation with us and you won’t be disappointed!
Hundreds of miles of trails crisscross the area so you can walk or use an ATV to bag limit after limit. With the high number of grouse seen and flushed, many of our hunters enjoy training young dogs and young hunters as well in the area. In addition to our ruffed and spruce grouse, we also have a large population of sharptail grouse. For the outdoors person who also enjoys to fish, combine your fall grouse hunt with some fall fishing. We’re sure you’ll be back year after year for more fall outdoor action. BOOK YOUR TRIP NOW
Together, the two Wildlife Management Units (#19 & #21A) contain one of the largest moose herds in all of NW Ontario, approximately 4,200 Alces alces (aka Canadian) Moose. With Pasha Lake being centrally located between the 2 zones, it stands to reason the moose harvest opportunities are endless. The surrounding ecosystem of both deciduous and coniferous tree stands is a preferred haven for the local moose population, and it shows in the Pasha Lake’s annual harvest rates. In fact, since 2005, there have been 2 bulls killed that have made the provincial record books. BOOK YOUR TRIP NOW