An Algonquin right of passage. Canoeing into Algonquin for the first trout of the season is the quintessential Algonquin experience. With ice still on the shore, paddle into North Tea and reel in one of Algonquin's famous lake trout.
Learn the trics of the trade from Frank Kuiack, one of Algonquin Park's last full time guides. Since 1942, Frank has guied fishing parties in Algonquin. Raised on Long Lake, one mile from Algonquin's east gat, Frank began guiding at the age of 8 when weekend fishermen would offer him money to take them fishing. He grew up in the lumber camps, gold mines, and on Algonquin's rivers and lakes and has seen the Algonquin highlands change from a land of inaccessible wilderness to one of Canada's most famous and popular vacation regions. Frank has paddled every area in Algonquin and we are thrilled to have him accompany us on this special fishing adventure.
Friday The adventure begins Friday with dinner and accommodation at the Algonquin Cottage Outpost.
Saturday & Sunday Saturday and Sunday are filled with canoeing, fishing and camping in North Tea. We return to the Algonquin Cottage Outpost by 4pm on Sunday
April 26-28, 2013
The cost is: $650 per person plus HST
The cost includes: 2 nights accommodation (one night cottage and one night camping), meals from dinner on Day 1 until lunch on Day 3, all equipment, bait, park permits, and the services of a fishing guide and a wilderness guide.
The cost does not include: personal clothing or ground transportation