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Zip Lock Baggies………..who knew?

We went to a restaurant and sat in the patio section. We happened to notice zip lock baggies pinned to a post and a wall. The bags were half filled with… …water, each contained 4 pennies, and they were zipped shut. Naturally we were curious! The owner told us that these baggies kept the flies away! So naturally we were even more curious! We actually watched some flies come in the open window, stand around on the window sill, and then fly out again. And there were no flies in the eating area!

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Below are comments on this fly control idea. I’m now a believer!

Zip-lock water bags: #1 Says: I tried the zip lock bag and pennies this weekend. I have a horse trailer. The flies were bad while I was camping. I put the baggies with pennies above the door of the LQ. NOT ONE FLY came in the trailer.The horse trailer part had many. Not sure why it works but it does!

#2 Says:Fill a zip lock bag with water and 5 or 6 pennies and hang it in the problem area. In my case it was a particular window in my home. It had a slight passage way for insects. Every since I have done that, it has kept flies and wasps away. Some say that wasps and flies mistake the bag for some other insect nest and are threatened.

#3 Says:I swear by the plastic bag of water trick. I have them on porch and basement. We saw these in Northeast Mo. at an Amish grocery store& have used them since. They say it works because a fly sees a reflection& won’t come around.

#4 Says:Regarding the science behind zip log bags of water? My research found that the millions of molecules of water presents its own prism effect and given that flies have a lot of eyes, to them it’s like a zillion disco balls reflecting light, colors and movement in a dizzying manner. When you figure that flies are prey for many other bugs, animals, birds, etc., they simply won’t take the risk of being around that much perceived action. I moved to a rural area and thought these “hillbillies” were just yanking my city boy chain but I tried it and it worked immediately! We went from hundreds of flies to seeing the occasional one, but he didn’t hang around long.

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Boat Trailering Tips

Here is a short video with some helpful tips and reminders so that you will get to your destination safely so that you can enjoy your fishing vacation without worry.

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THE OUTBACK

Include THE OUTBACK  as part of your trip at Wawang Lake this year.

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It’s an experience and a true wilderness adventure you won’t want to miss out on

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Posted by on March 17, 2014 in Adventure, Guide, Remote Fishing

 

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SPRING PIKE SPECIAL – 25% OFF

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Like BIG pike?  Then start the year off right with our monster spring pike special.  Wawang Lake is stuffed  with trophy fish and tagging  onto a 40″+  pike is commonplace for our guest,s but, what most of our guests have yet to experience is the thrill of our spring  early jaw-snapping MONSTERS!     With HUGE savings at 25% OFF.

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Driving on Gravel/Logging Roads

“The Graham Road up to Wawang Lake is made up of a finer gravel and the speed limit is 70 km/h, although remember that speed is for ideal conditions only. If it’s rainy or snowing or you just don’t feel comfortable, slow down.”

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Visibility can be an issue due to the dust clouds kicked up by yours and other vehicles although mornings, high humidity and rain will reduce dust dramatically.  The majority of the Graham Road up to our lodge has a dust control chemical put down which keeps the dust to a minimum.  Without that control, the dust can be as thick as fog. It can be difficult to drive through therefore it’s advisable to slow down and drive over to the right as far as the road will allow safely, without mishap.   Sometimes you need to put on your four-ways just so the other vehicles can see you coming.

u3ntitledFlying stones are another hazard to be aware of, especially if you don’t want to lose a headlight, or windshield. If there is a vehicle travelling in front of you, allow plenty of space between the vehicles. Because it takes longer to stop on gravel roads, and dust can impede your visibility, road safety experts suggest a minimum of six seconds of following distance instead of the three seconds usually recommended on paved roads.

The Graham Road is wide and built to government standards allowing for two-way traffic of large profile vehicles.  The road also has a shoulder but keep in mind that larger rocks, logs and other debris are pushed over to the edge and could pose a danger to tires if driven over.

The most important thing to keep in mind on gravel is: slow down. To avoid skidding, when accelerating or turning a corner, do so gently, and brake gradually when slowing down or stopping.  But what if you do begin to feel like you’re losing control?

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It comes back to remaining calm. You want to have both hands on the wheel so you are in control of the vehicle. It’s normal for the vehicle to feel like it’s wandering slightly on gravel, but just don’t fight your vehicle – try not to over steer. If your vehicle does begin to skid, don’t hit the brakes. Take your foot off the accelerator and stay calm.

For a more comfortable ride it’s advisable to reduce the air in your tires.  Another important reason why to do this is to avoid flat tires.  Low pressure (softer tires) will roll over rocks and other small logging road debris easier without the mishap of a flat tire.  Normal paved road tire pressure isn’t as fogivable.

Remember, on the Graham Road you’re more likely to see wildlife so be ready for a close encounter along with an approaching vehicle or logging truck.  You’ll want to keep your camera ready because the wildlife our area itself has to offer can make your entire trip to the lodge a great memory.

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The Old Cane Pole

From the depths of Wawang Lake a grandma reaches out…..

A beautiful and captivating story

A beautiful and captivating story

Jodi holding her grandma's cane pole that was lost in Wawang Lake for many years.

Jodi holding her grandma’s cane pole that was lost in Wawang Lake for decades.

 

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Calling for Assistance From our Followers

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***NOTICE:

We have been experiencing technical problems with our internet service provider ‘XPORNET’due to equipment failure that we rent from them. According to all their customer care representatives they do not have any parts ‘anywhere in Canada’ to be able to get us up and running again, ugh!

This has had a negative impact on our business as we are 55 miles (90 km) off the grid and we’ve had to drive out to the local town of Upsala to check our emails, ads, facebook posts, etc.   It takes us a minimum of six hours to do this.

We are now on day six without any internet for our business and cannot supply this service to our guests this past week. I’m asking for all followers on SOCIAL NETWORK (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, WordPress, etc) to please leave a comment on your favorite forum with regards to how important ‘INTERNET’ is to you to be able to communicate with us. Your views are welcome and could have a huge impact to expediate our service and  with the overall outcome between us and XPORNET.  We are on a business package and pay much more for service compared to a ‘home package’.

CaptureWhat is a realistic downtime nowadays to be without internet service?  Do you communicate mostly by phone, email, texting, messaging, etc?  Let us know you views…….it will be a BIG help to our cause!

 

 

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All of us at Wawang Lake Resort

 

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