Winter destination offers cozy accommodations, excellent amenities and cooperative fish
A couple of weeks ago, when the ice thickness was still thin to nil around my home in southern Ontario, I headed up to Windy Lake Provincial Park, just north of Sudbury, for a couple days of fishing on 12 glorious inches of ice. Even though it was my first time on the lake, I still put some respectable fish on the ice. And the best part? The fishing hot spots were only a 10-minute walk from my cozy camp cabin. It was just about the perfect mid-week winter getaway. Read on to find out more about fishing tactics, other winter fun around Windy Lake and accommodations at the park.
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