Lake Kipawa Fishing Report

Those anglers who experience the greatest success fishing Lake Kipawa do so because they have adapted their technique and equipment to suit this unique environment and changing conditions. That is why we provide regular updates on what is biting, where, and what techniques are working. Check back often. - Dave Morin

COVID-19 UPDATE, May 15

May 15, 2020 by dmorin No Comment

Dear Friends of Two Moon Lodge, In the two weeks that have passed since our last update a lot has changed. One change is that we are happy to be back up at the lodge working on getting things opened up and doing improvements. Being here alone in the wilderness, listening to the loons and ...

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COVID-19 UPDATE, May 1

May 1, 2020 by dmorin No Comment

Dear Friends, We hope that you are coping well and that everyone has been able to remain healthy. Spring is here and signs of hope are everywhere. The lake ice is almost gone and we plan to make our annual return to Two Moon Lodge in early May, which is consistent with past ice-out dates. ...

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COVID-19 Update, April 2

April 3, 2020 by dmorin No Comment

Dear Two Moon Lodge Friends, We thank everyone for all your positive emails and phone calls in the last little while. The Morin family is doing well and we are excited to share with your some good news: our first grandchild is due to arrive in late July! We are closely watching the COVID-19 situation ...

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The Boat Ride Home

October 16, 2019 by dmorin No Comment

It’s May 15th. Julie is bundled in a survival suit, I’m in Gore-tex layers, and Kip’s ears are flapping in the wind, his nose is pointing home, toward Two Moon Point. It’s our first trip back to the lodge this year. We don’t know this will be our old Labrador retriever’s last trip to the ...

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10 Reasons to Love Fall on Kipawa

September 6, 2019 by dmorin No Comment

There is a certain manliness about being on the lake in the spring during the height of mosquito and blackfly season that makes a guy itch to be out fishing with the boys. But if common sense counted for anything, the last week of August into the first half of September would be considered the ...

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