Headed North!

Canada Trip 2019

Another bucket list item was checked off my list earlier this month as I traveled to Stanley’s Resort in the west arm of Eagle Lake located in Ontario, Canada. Let me tell ya, everything you hear about Canada and the fishing, is 100% true! I had an absolute blast spending a full week on the water chasing walleye, northern, smallmouth and lake trout. To give it to you best, I will breakdown day by day my 10 day excursion and experiences along the way. Continue Reading

Black Bear Attacks & Kills Woman at Canadian Plant

Black Bear Attacks & Kills Woman in Canada

black bear attack

A black bear attacked and killed a woman working in a plant in Alberta, Canada.

A woman was attacked and killed while working at a Suncor Energy plant in Alberta, Canada on Wednesday. The oil sands worker was declared dead on scene after the male black bear attacked her at a company base camp. Black bear attacks are not very common, but they do happen, as we’ve now seen in this case. Continue Reading

Rotting Whale in Canadian Fishing Community May Explode

Canadian Fishing Community Fears Exploding Whale

Rotting Whale Explosion

People in this small fishing community in Newfoundland are worried that a rotting whale carcass may explode and cause havoc to the town. Photo credit to www.cbc.ca

Every once in a while a whale dies and washes up along the shorelines of a community and CHAOS ensues. Well, chaos, may not always ensue, but in this case there is a big problem. A giant blue whale washed up on the shores of a small fishing community in Newfoundland this week and residents of the community fear that it may explode. Continue Reading

New Boone & Crockett World Record Moose Announced

New World Record Bull Moose Announced by Boone & Crockett Club

World Record Moose

A new world record bull moose was announced by the Boone and Crockett Club

The Alaskan-Yukon Moose killed in October by Heinz Naef of Dawson City, Yukon is the newest world record bull moose. With a score of 263 5/8 inches, the huge rack surpassed the previous world record bull that was killed in 1994 in Alaska and had a score of 261 5/8 inches. Continue Reading