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4/22/2017 6:30 am  #1


Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

Patience, folks, patience. 

Lots of photos:

http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/news/ice-out.php



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Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
 

4/22/2017 7:23 am  #2


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

Well that makes it really not look promising for next weekend even...


"Everyone must believe in something. I believe I'll go Canoeing" - Henry David Thoreau
 

4/22/2017 9:37 am  #3


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

woohooo.....just caught my first trout (splake) of the season.

Last edited by boknows (4/23/2017 4:04 am)


CAMPING IS WHEN YOU SPEND A LOT OF MONEY TO LIVE LIKE A HOMELESS PERSON!
 

4/22/2017 11:35 am  #4


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

boknows wrote:

woohooo.....just caught my first trout (spake) of the season.

I'm going brook trout fishing in THE GREATEST PARK IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW!

 

4/23/2017 4:05 am  #5


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

ATVenture wrote:

boknows wrote:

woohooo.....just caught my first trout (spake) of the season.

I'm going brook trout fishing in THE GREATEST PARK IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW!

THE GREATEST PARK IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD!!!  LOL


CAMPING IS WHEN YOU SPEND A LOT OF MONEY TO LIVE LIKE A HOMELESS PERSON!
 

4/23/2017 6:33 am  #6


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

boknows wrote:

ATVenture wrote:

boknows wrote:

woohooo.....just caught my first trout (spake) of the season.

I'm going brook trout fishing in THE GREATEST PARK IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW!

THE GREATEST PARK IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD!!!  LOL

Lmao! Whoops

 

4/23/2017 10:13 am  #7


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

This was my Sunday morning.. it wasn't terrible that's for sure. xD

http://myatventure.ca/iceout2017/20.jpg

 

4/23/2017 12:37 pm  #8


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

To say I'm insanely jealous would be an understatement. I won't get a chance to get on the water until my camping trip, which is still almost two weeks away. 

Looks gorgeous!

 

4/24/2017 6:02 am  #9


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

Looks a bit like the Mattawa River too.

 

4/24/2017 7:00 am  #10


Re: Current ice-out conditions (22 April 2017)

It is indeed the Mattawa. I can definitely see the resemblance to the lower Barron though, that's for sure!
It's Pimisi Lake where the Mattawa starts, picture is taken looking down towards the Talon Chutes (where Talon Lake flows into Pimisi). There is indeed a large white cross up o the cliffs, many people have unfortunately died here while jumping from the 100 foot cliffs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NZM-frcE9U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdBi3EtGAbo

Last edited by ATVenture (4/24/2017 7:02 am)

 

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