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Outdoors in Algoma

<b>Outdoors:</b> Auroras in Algoma

Outdoors: Auroras in Algoma

When you think of the Northern Lights, most people correlate them with Alaska, Iceland, Norway, etc.
<b>Outdoors:</b> Understanding pike and musky leaders

Outdoors: Understanding pike and musky leaders

Anyone who has encountered the northern pike or musky has also encountered the dreaded “bite-off,” so common when these fish come unglued on a bucktail, jerkbait, jig or spoon.
<b>Outdoors:</b> Xbox and Dubreuilville connection; it’s a side by side story

Outdoors: Xbox and Dubreuilville connection; it’s a side by side story

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<b>Outdoors:</b> Northern pike and the spoon bite

Outdoors: Northern pike and the spoon bite

The wobbling and flashing action of a spoon requires a steady and fairly fast retrieve speed
<b>Outdoors:</b> St. Joseph Island through the seasons

Outdoors: St. Joseph Island through the seasons

Sitting on the border of two countries and two lakes, the Island is among the most diverse areas in the Algoma District
<b>Outdoors:</b> Diverse autumn weekend getaways

Outdoors: Diverse autumn weekend getaways

Visitors are amazed at the drastic changes Mother Nature is capable of, and wowed year after year by the picturesque environment
<b>Outdoors:</b> Hiking Robertson Cliffs

Outdoors: Hiking Robertson Cliffs

Robertson Cliffs is a challenging hike but worth the climb to view Goulais’ magnificent autumn colours
<b>Outdoors:</b> Road Trip around the grand Algoma tour – Part 3

Outdoors: Road Trip around the grand Algoma tour – Part 3

"We literally stopped the vehicle dead in its tracks because a young black bear was crossing the road!"
<b>Outdoors:</b> Five incredible hikes to do in Algoma

Outdoors: Five incredible hikes to do in Algoma

Some lead to waterfalls, some lead to breathtaking views of Lake Superior, and some lead to ancient sites
<b>Outdoors:</b> Road Trip around the grand Algoma tour – Part 2

Outdoors: Road Trip around the grand Algoma tour – Part 2

Hwy 101 is a pretty highway that travels around Wawa Lake, which was much bigger than I had imagined