Sports

Anglers explore wilderness fishing

Fishin’ Club members Fred O’Neal and Dave Holte will be giving a presentation on their experiences in Quetico Provincial Park at the club’s meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2 at the M-Bar-C Ranch in Freeland.

There will be samples of the fishing gear used and a slide presentation.

Quetico Provincial Park is located in Ontario, Canada west of Lake Superior on the Canadian-US border. The park has a tangled network of lakes that were once the water routes for the Ojibway and fur traders. The park is now a protected wilderness area used primarily for canoeing, fishing and camping.

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