Category: Fishing Resort

How to Repair a Fishing Rod Cork Grip

After a long winter, which may not have included many fishing trips, it’s a good idea to make sure your fishing rods are in good working order. Cork grips are particularly prone to wear and tear. Repeated soaking and drying can cause the cork to weaken, chip and develop holes. If you don’t repair the… Read more »

How You Can Go Fishing With Your Dog

If you love casting a line and you own an anxious and playful dog, you should take your companion with you on your next fishing adventure! But first, you’ll want to have your bases covered. Before you leave for the lake, make sure your dog is ready Check to see if he has any cracked… Read more »

How to Prevent Seasickness While Fishing

Fishing out on open waters can be a very relaxing and rewarding experience . . . unless you’re prone to sea sickness. If you want to enjoy being on the water without feeling waves of nausea, here are some tips: Find your spot Seasickness occurs when your brain tries to balance contradictory signals it receives… Read more »

Why You Should Start Fly Fishing in 2018

Are you curious about fly fishing? There’s no better time like the New Year to pick up a new hobby, and we think fly fishing is one to try for 2018. Read on for a few reasons why you should consider starting fly fishing: You’ll learn a lot Fly fishing will teach you about reading… Read more »

Three Fishing Knots to Learn

There’s a lot that goes into catching the best fish possible, from the right rods and reels to presentation and location. But the type of fishing knot you use is one of the most important factors for a successful catch. So what are the best knots to learn and master? Improved clinch knot Also known… Read more »

What Should Be in Your Boating Safety Kit

Before you head out on a boating trip, you should take a look and make sure that your boat has a safety kit on it. More importantly, you should make sure the safety kit is stocked with a few key items that will help you in the event of an emergency. Let’s take a closer… Read more »

What You Should Get a Fishing Addict This Christmas

If you have a fisherman in your family, chances are they are hard to please when it comes to getting them fishing related gifts. Choosing a gift anglers will actually use is no easy feat for those who don’t fish themselves. But don’t give up just yet and turn to a boring gift card! There… Read more »

Teach Your Kids How to Fish in These Easy Steps

Fishing with your kids is always fun. Warm days, cool nights and the feeling of accomplishment when your child reels in his or her first catch – it’s a great activity for a weekend and beyond. Here are a few easy steps for teaching your kids how to fish: Be prepared Make sure you have… Read more »

Fall Fishing Tips

Fall offers great weather and activities, but there’s more to the season than just crunchy leaves and pumpkin spice lattes. For those who love to fish, fall can be the perfect time of year to make the best, most bountiful catches, while enjoying cooler temperatures and beautiful views. But what are the tricks to making… Read more »

How to Prepare for Your Fishing Trip

The idea of fishing is simple. Hook the bait, cast and game fish. However, the act of fishing is far more complex. Whether you are visiting us for a week or just a weekend, here are a few things to take along with you so you can have the very best fishing experience: Waterproof bag… Read more »

Interesting Facts About Northern Pike

Are you joining us soon for a fishing trip of a lifetime? We will give you a good idea of what to expect when fishing in Reindeer Lake by telling you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Northern Pike. Northern Pike play an important role as predator fish in many bodies of water. They… Read more »

Four of 2017’s Best Fishing Rods

Are you planning on visiting us at Lawrence Bay Lodge for your next fishing trip? If so, you should think about buying a new fishing rod so you’ll be fully prepared to reel in a big catch. If you’re not sure which fishing rod to choose, fret not. There have been plenty of models introduced… Read more »