Even though we're having a warm September so far in Northwestern Ontario, Summer is over. The leaves are changing, water temps are dropping and there's a lot less boats on the lake. It's a welcomed change of pace after a busy summer.
As always, the summer goes by so fast. It was a good one, with a lot of days on the lake and a lot of fish in the boat. Here's a few photo highlights from some multi-species action.
Fall is the best time of the year with open hunting seasons and big muskie to be caught. Stay tuned for more outdoor adventures.
Ben Beattie is a fishing guide and outdoor writer living in Sioux Lookout, in northwestern Ontario.