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Why fly in trips are my favourite style of trip


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I get asked a lot about my favorite outdoors trip.   While they have always been amazing if pressed I would say my most memorable trip was the first fly in outpost trip I did in 2014.   

At this stage I would say fly in outpost trips are my preferred trip, for a lot of different reasons.    A big one for me is that feeling when the plane leaves you at the dock on “your” lake for the week   
 

Here’s my reasons why 

https://www.northernjacks.com/post/why-fly-in-outpost-trips-are-the-best

Andrew 

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I used to fly in to the Dumoine in Quebec every year, it was a lot of fun, but now you can drive and it saves a lit of money, fishing is just as good to. Flew into Esnagi (sp) out of White River, McQuat out of Atikokan and a couple out of Nakina.

I agree, when the plane pulls out, it's like the weight of the world is pulled off your shoulders

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For sure.   Drive ins are a solid option as our bait ins or paddle tos 

A big chunk of my fishing is done on busier cottage lakes which is why I think I love getting away from the crowds so much 

thanks for all of the comments

Andrew

 

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Try one, then you'll know what we mean.  They are awesome 

I once flew in with canoes strapped to the pontoons to paddle out the Dumoine River. A white water canoe trip. The only thing I regret is I didn't bring a fishing rod. 

My kids were with me. A bit scary because of the kids but a great memory 

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I was supposed to do a fly in with Air Ivanhoe two years ago, would have been my first one. I was so looking forward to it, then Covid hit. Maybe in the near future I will try again.

 

Jeff

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