Published in Bear Tales
This “Bear Tale” comes to us courtesy of Al Archibald, Great Bear Lake veteran, and in his own words “… a finely tuned athlete.” (lol) This tale clearly shows that fishing later in the season on Great Bear Lake, while having its challenges from time to time, can be otherworldly if you stay the course, and have the right attitude and approach.
Published in Trip Journals
Kenny and I were not the only ones who had fun getting to Bear, some of our fellow “Circlites” had their own harrowing tales to tell, particularly Barry Gold, who endured 33 hrs. of travelling and waiting, with only 3 to 4 hrs of sleep mixed in while enroute to YK.
But before going any further let me introduce you to “our gang”:
Published in Stories and Articles
While it probably comes as no surprise that Great Bear Lake’s legendary reputation is based primarily on the world class angling it offers but having said that the “Bear” and its environs also provides the visitor with many other unique opportunities to do something other than fish, which at first blush may not be readily apparent to those who have a singular focus.