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Why Ontario’s Bon Echo Is a Prime Destination for Hard-core Anglers (and Families, Too)

Angling Adventures at Bon Echo

Beloved Provincial Park Has Outstanding Fishing—If You're Willing to Sweat a Little

Ontario Parks
Ontario Parks

Given the on-and-off showers on our first afternoon and evening, we were extra-pleased to be staying in one of Bon Echo’s camp cabins (above). These one-room cabins sleep five, with baseboard heating, a kitchenette and dining area, plus a screened porch and a BBQ and picnic area outside.

aScott GardnerAnd that ‘s where self-appointed chef Adam (above) prepared some awesome meals (below). An experienced backcountry camper, what Adam did with a grill and a pair of frying pans just about brought a tear to the eye.

Adam Holman
Adam Holman
Scott Gardner

Scott Gardner

Outdoor Canada associate editor and fly-fishing columnist Scott Gardner is happiest when he's on the water fishing (especially from his kayak) or just surrounded by trees, preferably out of cell phone range. Since joining Outdoor Canada in 2010, Scott has won nine National Communication Awards from the Outdoor Writers of Canada for his adventure travel and fly fishing articles, and been nominated for five National Magazine Awards.

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