Of Pike and Gnomes

“To someone who endures a daily drudge of traffic and skyscrapers, the most compelling impression of Canada’s far north is the vast emptiness. With this wildness, the absence of meaningful human incursion, comes a delicious combination of exceptional fishing and solitude.” Charlie Meyers describes a setting that is harder and harder to find in today’s packaged fishing excursions — a dropoff in a remote region where the anglers must be self-reliant. This time it is pike fishing on Colin Lake near Lake Athabasca in Canada’s far north. In the Denver Post.

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