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  1. Unorganized townships are just areas with no local government or services, land in Unorganized townships are in demand because of low taxes and no permits required but tread carefully because anything built still needs to be done to code and if the area falls under a waterway or conservation authority they can make you take it down. The taxes are paid directly to the province but if you need police, fire or ambulance service that comes from a organized township then you may be billed directly. Municipalities have been in the courts with the province for years over costs incurred by servicing Unorganized areas. Highways through these areas are generally provincial /federal or maintained by logging or mining companies.
  2. If your a trout fisherman you probably chose Aubrey for the specks in the bad river, eastern ontario is in far better shape for water levels then the west so you should do good for brook trout. As far as pike and walleye go those cochrane lakes are usually tea stained and not terribly deep so finding them shouldn't be hard, troll until you get hits then jig or cast.
  3. St Joe's would be hard to beat, never fished the otoskwin river but always wanted too. The menako chain of lakes are good, Pipestone river west to horseshoe and winidgo are good as well.
  4. Miminiska lodge has a air strip for wheeled planes, contact wilderness north and ask if you can provide your own charter. Most remote first nations have air strips too, you could look into that as well
  5. Great to hear that the camps from muskoka to temagami are booking up and it sounds like your after good accomadations with easily accessible water. I would look at the lodges between sudbury and the sault like waterfalls, birch or laurentian. This stretch is usually more dominated by American guests so openings shouldn't be a issue.
  6. Four cancellations today alone, the news of the border closing was tipping point where the gravity of the situation set in. Today the US government stated it's looking at a 18 month fight.... hope it doesn't take that long, china seems to be winning their battle 80 days in. I hope every other country suffering can duplicate those results. Ultimately let's all do what needs to be done to stay healthy, let's not trade a 2020 trip for many more trips in the future over next multiple years. Wishing everyone a healthy 2020
  7. Like bunk said it's just advertisements, it's the top 5 walleye lakes fishin canada has done a promo on this season. Theres so many great walleye destinations I'd hate to pick 5 and defend it.
  8. Lady Evelyn or ramsey lake north of sudbury would be my choices.
  9. Depends which body of water your on, some nakina lakes produce better numbers then size and some produce big fish. I find the lakes with major inflows have bigger eyes. The Albany river produces big walleye, it has a lot of camps to choose from. Theres no shortage of 24plus fish in percy or stone either. Hope Chris Brock chimes back in hes been to a ton of awesome spots from Cochrane to red lake
  10. Great write up, I remember when miminiska was practically a unknown with a couple decapitated camps on it. The secret got out and now look at that operation!
  11. Try a.m.s or nakina north out of nakina, stone lake or percy. For a thousand a head those are great bangs for the buck and luenbergers also have some in that price range.
  12. Advantages I hear are they are clean, slightly quieter and better economy if not run full bore often. I'm surprised merc hasn't brought this to the table earlier considering tohatsu builds all their motors under 10hp and tohatsu has had them on the market for about 3 years now. I might try one of these for next year, I think it would work great for portaging being light and a small propane bottle would make things easier. Lehr makes nothing but propane outboards from 2- 9.9hp but mixed reviews.
  13. My apologies if somehow my last post undermined the work of civil rights greats that was not my intentions. I was poking at the political correct Twitter mob who I picture as white millennial hipster types on a keyboard that are more offended by these topics then minorities themselves. In this case and others they have used the "R" word as a first punch in the debate, it may be perverse but I think Cherry was making a observation of the lack of poppies being worn by "those people". Is making an observation "r" if it's true? We don't know because the debate is whether Cherry is "r" even though he never singled out any particular demographic. Is it "r" that we automatically painted a picture in our minds of the people he was referring to without knowing exactly whom he was referring too? Did are minds go there because we have also made the same observation? Two candidates in the last election were called out as being"r" for wanting immigration reform, once again that label was used before it was even debated or hearing the pros and cons on their immigration policies yet the leftist champion can get a free pass on blackface. I was only speaking to the hypocrisy of the pc crowd, I'm not alone even Barack Obama has been calling for a more toned down debate.
  14. Guilty I am, sorry fellas I got off track with the charter talk. I'm was never a huge cherry fan but firing a colour commentator for colour in the comments speaks to the sick political climate these days. The pc crowd is going to far and screeming racist to end a debate is destructive and cowardly.
  15. He didn't have to challenge it the government settled, which is what I suggested cherry to do with sportsnet not the government. As far as the wrongs committed against Khadr I'm sure some of the veterans that fought for this country (not against) Cherry was defending went through far worse without a 10 million dollar payday. I wonder if Omar bought a poppy?
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