Finlayson Point Provincial Park has fishing, scenery and some really, really big trees
#7: You can’t beat the fresh, local, organic, ethically harvested fish
At about 26 inches, that pike was a very nice eating size, so it went in the frying pan, and onto the table. Add in some crispy fried spuds, and it was perfect fare for a cool June day. For all its amenities, the cabin didn’t have a kitchen, so we cooked outside on my trusty Coleman stove. That might sound inconvenient, but I actually liked it a lot—it reminded me that we were still (sort of) camping. And in my opinion, the humble northern pike is a fine eating fish, and typically pike populations can sustain some harvest. Yes, they have a lot of bones, but not if you fillet them right.