The sights (and sounds) from a recent Canadian fishing trip are still fresh in my mind. With good friends and family we headed north of Ignace, Ontario for a week of fishing. After one sunny day the rain moved in, but we fished, explored, got lost, found our way, fished some more, laughed, and didn’t let the continuing rain dampen our adventures. This is an area of lakes, woods, and sky. The woods are dense, the lakes are everywhere with rocks and trees coming right to the water’s edge, and the sky opens out over every lake. It is remote with towns few and far between. We took ATV trails through the woods to reach remote lakes, and with the multiple days of rain we drove through mud and water washouts. We caught walleye and pike in abundance and enjoyed our shore lunches. Eagles were everywhere, loons serenaded us, and we saw ducks that will soon be migrating south. To top off the adventures of the week, the Northern Lights made an appearance on our final night in Canada. A memorable and fun trip!