The Sibley Peninsula is on the north shore of the great Lake Superior, just east of Thunder Bay.
The early morning fog hovered over the expanse of the Black Bay water body with visibility out to about 100 yards or so.
Those of you who know me, know I am a hunter long before I am an angler, however in the last half dozen years, I have taken my angling a lot more seriously and have started to land some decent fish.
Brook trout anglers tend to kick it old school. It’s a spinner, spoon or spinner and worm 95% of the time. Nothing wrong with that, but I’m here to tell you there is more to the brookie game.
Chances are unless "green" is your mantra, you may have not given much thought to sports and recreational activities that are environmentally friendly in nature.
The weather and temperature outdoors can have a large impact on energy levels and motivation to exercise.
It’s no secret that the beginning and the end of the hard water season are generally the best times to hit the ice for an angling adventure.
With spring just around the corner I’m sure I’m not the only one thinking about uncovering my boat and hitting the open water.
Each March, the much-anticipated first Saturday is reserved for the Sleeping Giant Loppet, formerly known as the Sibley Ski Tour.
Family vacations are a great time to bond with the family and forge memorable experiences.
If catching a trophy pike is your dream, spring is the time to do it.
Watching what is going on in the world these days with violence, wars, bombings, natural disasters, terrorism, weather phenomenon’s, disease and poverty, makes me sit up and take note on how fortunate
As March rolls on, as grass starts peeking through the snow, as we see more warm sunny days, snow banks melting, and rivers starting to thaw, anglers have visions of open water in their minds, dreamin
Every outdoor adventure needs to be fueled by a good sandwich. Yes, you can survive on nuts and berries; a chunk of cheese, or a can of oysters. But a nicely built sandwich is like...
Come late March and early April outdoor enthusiasts find themselves at a loss as to what to do with themselves.
Here are some ideas that will help you make the time pass: