Where Can I Go Fishing? Pakwash Lake, Ontario, Canada

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Welcome to Pakwash Lake Camp, located in the heart of Sunset Country, Ear Fall and Red Lake has some of the best fishing for Record Walleye, Trophy Northern Pike, Perch, and Record catching Smallmouth Bass! Join us this fishing season at Pakwash Lake Camp.

Escape...Enjoy a stress free relaxing Experience...& Explore Canada's Unique Wilderness.The Pakwash Lake Water System offers, Isolated Beaches, Sunsets that will take your breath way, and WOW classic fishing at a Drive-in Canadian fishing lodge that provides you an affordable Fish’n Canada vacation!

Welcome to Pakwash Lake. Let's Go Fishing!

We live to Fish and Hunt. We love living here on Pakwash Lake with our family and friends. Hope to see you soon!

Thank you for making Pakwash Lake a great place to live!


Pakwash Lake Camp Box 128 Ear Falls, On P0V1T0
807-222-3353 home 807-727-0941 cell
1-888-PAKWASH toll free


Saturday, March 7, 2020

Carl Bleich "A frame" cabin owner writes Forestry Recollections

Forestry Recollections Click Here to website

Sixty Years

200 LocalShort Stories 247 Local Photos

About the Author

Carl Bleich moved to Northwestern Ontario in 1972, first employed by the community of Ear Falls. Following this, he worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) in the Red Lake District, for ten years.

He held various positions, starting with junior ranger foreman, parks worker, park warden, fire warden, auxiliary firefighter, fire safety officer, crash fire rescue team leader and district safety officer.

He is well known in the region, where he lived off-grid for seven years at Pakwash Lake. With a dog team or canoe, he commuted to work at the park or to his vehicle.

Previous to working with MNR, and on winter breaks, Carl published a small-town newspaper, the Ear Falls Echo and worked one winter as a reporter /photographer for the Meaford Express. This led to an assignment to write a history of Forestry Point in Red Lake, where the old buildings were to be torn down and a new fire operation complex constructed.

That assignment turned into an eight-page tabloid, published in 1986. After Carl’s retirement, in 2010, with unpublished stories from Lands and Forests, he returned to this project. He interviewed close to one hundred MNR employees. These stories expanded into this book, not just of Forestry Point, but a variety of MNR jobs within the Red Lake District.
Carl married Mary Catherine Smith in 1977 and they have two sons. Chris is a geologist and Erik is a singer, songwriter and musician.

Please Join Carl at his book signing or let me know if you would like a signed copy when you come up fishing. I will have it waiting for you.

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