Fishing for Pike and Walleye
Josh “7 P’s of Survival”
On this episode of the 7 P’s Of Survival radio show we are doing an after action report. Learn all about my two week fishing trip to Lac Sairs, Quebec and it’s tributaries. Over the past two weeks I have been fishing for pike and walleye with five other gentlemen from Morgantown, WV. I hope to have all of the pictures and videos from the trip up soon, but if not keep checking back over the next few days.
So let me first say this was a fishing/camping trip and not a bush-craft/backpacking or minimalist trip by any means so don’t expect a ton of items in that realm. What you will hear a lot about is some good times fishing, camping, camp cooking, great scenery, a little woodcraft, some fire starting, hammock camping and much more!
The six of us drove, hiked, rowed and portage a total 16 hours north into the boreal forest of Canada and finally setup our main camp location near a large set of falls on the river called Turner Falls. Traditionally, in this location we see a decent amount of wildlife including black bear, moose, bald eagles and much more. Luckily we haven’t ran into any wolves in this location.
I discuss my packing list, food options for the trip. Also some of the projects I undertook while in the woods, what rigging seemed to work to best for both pike and walleye. We also discuss a few of the unique sites I ran across incurring abandoned mines, saw mills and much more.
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