Beginnings

Published in The "D" Tales

First of all I should make it very clear that I’m writing this from memory. And my memory is considerably shorter than it used to be.

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Closing the Circle

Published in Bear Tales

The Eldorado mine, which eventually became known as Port Radium, was located on Great Bear Lake’s McTavish Arm, where it played a very significant role both in Canadian history, and that of the worlds ascension into what became known as the “nuclear”, or “atomic age.”

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Paul

Published in The People

Please join us in celebrating the life and times of one of Great Bear’s finest – Paul Reynolds.

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The "History" of Char Fishing

Published in Historical Facts

Chances are, that if you have taken one of the side trips for Arctic Char offered by many of the lodges that have, and at least in one instance, continue to operate on Great Bear Lake, you would have been flown to the Tree, Coppermine or Kugaryuak Rivers.

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A Tale of 5 Tents

Published in Bear Tales

The idea for this particular “Bear Tale” comes courtesy of Dr. Art Ross, and although he originally referred to the story as the “Tale of 2 Tents”, when you do the actual count, there are actually 5 of them in play.

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The Numbers Don't Lie

Published in The Fishing

Over the 30 plus years we have been fishing Great Bear Lake, together with a number of friends who have fished with us from time to time, we have literally caught thousands of Lake Trout...

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