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Ely Minnesota?s Timber Wolf Lodge Offers Fishing Guide for Vacation Reservations Made from March 1st- 30th

Ely Minnesota’s Timber Wolf Lodge Offers Fishing Guide for Vacation Reservations Made from March 1st- 30th

Jim Orcutt – Monster Walleye

 

Babbitt, MN (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

Timber Wolf Lodge of Ely, MN, is offering a free three-hour guided fishing expedition on Bear Island Lake with walleye circuit pro guide, Jim Orcutt. Make vacation reservations between March 1st and March 30th to receive an all inclusive fishing trip with Jim – compliments of Timber Wolf Lodge.

 

Timber Wolf Lodge is located on the shores of Bear Island Lake near Ely, MN. Bear Island Lake is renowned for its scenic beauty and excellent fishing opportunities. Walleye, Northern Pike, Small Mouth Bass, Crappie and Bluegill are abundant. Since 2003, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Fishery Division has released 900,000 walleye fry every other year into the lake. As of 2013, that amounted to nearly half a million walleye.

 

Any authentic Minnesota Vacation features fishing. Visitors of all ages can experience the thrill of catching game fish from the crystal clear waters of the nearly 1200 pristine lakes located near Timber Wolf Lodge. The resort is located just southwest of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Thousands of acres of public lands are preserved here much as they were when the first Voyageurs traversed the area, trapping, fishing and trading. The images of pine studded shorelines reflected in the sky blue waters are unforgettable. Memories made here with friends and families are often shared down through the generations as guests return year after year.

 

“Jim will pick you up at your dock in his pro bass boat”, said owner Roger Bruhn. “It’s a great experience for adults and kids alike. His boat is one of the nicest in Ely. And Jim will supply you with everything… rods, reels, bait and knowhow. He even baits your hook. He has the latest GPS and fish finding technologies and good local knowledge of the lake.”

 

Bruhn continues, “Our goal with this free guided trip and the free guided hikes up to Kawishiwi Falls, is to make this vast wilderness more accessible to folks that are unfamiliar and maybe even a little intimidated by stepping out into nature. We want to make the entire Ely experience accessible to everyone.”

 

Timber Wolf Lodge serves as an official weigh-in station for the Ely Echo newspaper. During one month alone, Timber Wolf Lodge registered Northern Pike of 20 pounds 4 ounces, 17 pound 8 ounce and 16 pounds. Also registered were a 24.75 inch Walleye and a 19 inch Large Mouth Bass. Seven to nine pound Walleyes were also registered that week. Many of these fish are weighed or measured and released back into the lake by those who practice “catch & release”. The fish just keep getting larger year-after-year.

 

“There’s quite a buzz here at the Lodge when these lunkers arrive at our dock. I will sometimes get a call from the guys while they are still on the boat saying ‘we’ll be there in 5 minutes’. As word travels around the resort most of the staff and many guests greet the heroes at the dock waiting to see what emerges from their live well.”

 

Resort guests are treated to amazing sunsets over Bear Island Lake. The staff also offers guided nature hikes to legendary Kawishiwi Falls – the largest falls in the region. 1,000s of sweet family memories are made each-and-every year overlooking the majesty of the falls, snapping pictures and sharing your experience via Facebook, Twitter and other social media. Timber Wolf Lodge has Wi-Fi at its beach area to make this even easier.

 

Each cabin features the comforts of home with fully equipped kitchens, Keurig coffee makers, Sleep Number beds, luxurious linens and pillows and new furnishings. Outdoors, a fire pit and a supply of campfire wood invite a relaxing evening around the crackling fire. The scent of pines, the sound of waves lapping the shore and the echo of loons calling across the water are unforgettable.

 

One to five bedroom cabins can accommodate groups and families of many sizes. For full resort information, or to inquire about dates and availability, visit

http://www.timberwolflodge.com website or e-mail us at guest@timberwolflodge.com

 

Book by March 15th to receive the guided fishing trip with professional guide Jim Orcutt. The MN Fishing Opener in May 10, 2014. The staff of Timber Wolf Lodge is looking forward to kicking off the 2014 season and eager to assist guests in planning the most memorable vacation of a lifetime here, at the edge of the wilderness, in northern Minnesota!


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Celebrate the Culinary Delights of Door County, WI This Fall

Celebrate the Culinary Delights of Door County, WI This Fall

Flames soar during a Door County Fish Boil at Rowleys Bay Restaurant along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Door County, WI.

 

Door County, WI (PRWEB) September 09, 2014

As summer turns to fall, Wisconsin’s bucolic Door County peninsula prepares for a celebration of culinary proportions complete with fresh local produce, bustling farm markets, foodie tours and harvest festivals set amidst a backdrop of beautiful fall colors.

 

A seven-week celebration, called So Delicious So Door County, explores all that is delicious on this 70-mile long sliver of land that juts into Lake Michigan. Visitor opportunities include traveling the Door County Wine Trail to sample selections from eight local wineries; sampling “Made in Door County” products such as locally caught and smoked fish; tasting products made of locally grown cherries and apples at over 30 local markets and specialty food stores; attending a cooking class; or picking your own pail of crunchy apples at a local orchard. View even more opportunities in a special menu available online from the Door County Visitor Bureau.

 

Part of the 2014 celebration includes the inaugural Door County Restaurant Week, which will take place September 13-20, and offer visitors a special opportunity to sample some of the county’s best restaurants with specially designed breakfasts, two-course lunches and three-course dinners.

 

Door County Restaurant Week is an eight-day event in which more than 20 participating restaurants will be offering prix fixe breakfast, lunch and/or dinner menus allowing diners to discover new restaurants or enjoy special menus at their favorite spots. Participating restaurants and their menus can be found on a special Door County Restaurant Week web site, http://www.doorcounty.com/dcrw.

 

One not-to-miss culinary tradition on this peninsula is the Door County Fish Boil. Served by a number of restaurants, this popular meal features locally caught Lake Michigan whitefish, potatoes and onions cooked outdoors in a large kettle of salted water over a roaring wood fire. At just the right moment in the cooking process, kerosene is tossed into the fire beneath the pot, exciting the flames into a picturesque dance called the boil over. Dinner is ready! A slice of cherry pie, made with locally grown tart cherries, tops off this delectable meal.

 

The deliciousness of Door County isn’t just limited to taste: the other four senses can also get in on the fun. Award winning professional theater, over 100 studios and art galleries and live music opportunities provide both visual and auditory refreshment. The pleasant aromas of freshly baked goodies wafting from area bakeries or the memorable fragrance of fall treats served up at community harvest festivals keep the sense of smell smiling. While the feel of a cool fall breeze off the lake or the crunch of leaves under foot on an afternoon hike ensures inclusion for the sense of touch, too.

 

Seasonally themed lodging packages are available to help make planning a visit to this popular Midwest vacation destination easy. Inns, B&B’s, hotels and resorts offer culinary themed packages that include lodging, dining, special extras and a $ 25 Door County gift certificate. View available packages and travel information at DoorCounty.com or call 1-800-527-3529 for personal travel planning assistance.

 

Door County is a bucolic peninsula that juts into Lake Michigan in the northeast corner of Wisconsin. One of the top leisure travel destinations in America, Door County features 300 miles of shoreline, 34 named islands, 11 lighthouses and 5 state parks. It is known for its natural beauty, artistic offerings, outdoor recreation and local cuisine and offers scenic seaside experiences in the heart of the Midwest.


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