Here is a sample of some of the fish we caught at Angler's Kingdom, The Northerns we caught vary from 24 to 36. They grabbed a lot of walleyes when we caught them. My son had one 45 incher grab his walleye, then shot under the boat. After a tug of war the northern shot under the boat, and then when it returned my son saw the walleye only. 5 seconds later the northern grabbed it again eventually letting it go.
My son was especially impressed in how all that could be had on an island. Even the hot water pipes that run outside from cabin to cabin are insulated, and flush toilets on an island. Wow. Kevin really put a lot of work in that camp. Another thing Kevin takes time out to join you in fishing his favorite spots. Those mobile radios are also great. As for walleyes I don't think there is any other place where you can catch so many walleyes. Not only that but you can be sure a northern is around waiting for his dinner. What fascinated me was when it was time to gas up the boat in the morning the guy comes with a fifty gallon drum of gas and pump in his boat and fills us up in a matter of minutes (Portable Gas Station} Another thing Joyce ,the cook, and Bellinda bend over backwards to help you enjoy your meals. Can you imagine Joyce makes cookies everyday to snack on with your afternoon boat lunch. Her nick name is cookey. I wonder why. After supper she is already asking what you want for breakfast. I have been in many resorts before, but never had that much attention on meals.
My son and I are planning to go back next year, and we are doing some research on the best connections via air planes. This time we flew non stop from O'hare to Winnipeg. Then we rented a car and drove the rest of the way. Coming home we flew from Winnipeg to O'hare in one hour and forty five minutes. It is hard to believe. Normally it takes a little over 2 hours.