As of May 20th, 2018 – Lake Nipigon was officially ice out!
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
Pasha Lake’s Guest Spotlight for March 2018 Dave Topps. Dave’s Lake Nipigon trophies are among the all time elite of Northern American anglers. Sign up for our monthly newsletter to read all about who he is, and his Lake Nipigon accomplishments.
Onaman Lake – Tips for Catching Huge Walleyes To put it bluntly, Onaman Lake is the premier walleye fishery in Ontario. It contains the largest and most prolific walleyes of lakes contained within the province. If you’re fortunate enough to fish it, you’ll be startled by the power and fight of the fish. What follows is a detailed discussion on the location, tackle and techniques as well as the logistics to plan when catching Onaman Lake walleyes. Location Size and Depths The lake is considered big by Northern Ontario standards. Stretching close to 15 miles long and 5…
That’s one heck of a Pasha Lake Moose. Judging by the vehicles in the back ground, I guess this picture to be taken in the 1970’s. On the left is the previous owner of Pasha, John Fevez. Interesting Fact – WMU #19 and WMU #21A combined have the one of the largest moose herds in all of Ontario. Pasha Lake Guests hunt both from our lodge.
The backdrop on this old picture screams Onaman Lake. Back then, I understand the lake was full of 14 – 16″ walleyes. The old timers tell me all the time about 200 walleye days. Personally, I love Onaman now. You won’t catch 200 walleyes in a day however. But the fish there now will rip the arms from your sockets. Big, boastful and plentiful. They way I like it. (I chuckle at the youngster with the orange life jacket. I assume they were the norm back then, how ever uncomfortable they were.) Neat picture. I threw in a picture of…
This bear harvest pic was found in an old photo album discovered while cleaning the lodge. Judging by this young fellow’s pants, I am guessing the 1970’s. Cool and nice bear! (Would love to do a “where is he now” update on this lucky fellow.)
The relenting cold has finally lifted. With the onslaught of fresh powder, I sure wish I was battling walleyes on Onaman! Soon…. (to be continued)