These are a just a few of the comments made by our valued customers.
Linda Johns House Family Party
This fishing trip was the most fun we have ever had. Bush Country Camp is outstanding.
- Mon Sep 21, 2015
Froebel and family
Some great new pictures!
- Wed Sep 02, 2015
Thank you so much Froebel and family for sharing some of the pictures of when you were fishing in Quebec with the family at Bush Country Camp.
Kirk and family
Here are some pictures from my family trip a few weeks ago at the camp. Fishing was excellent. My son caught a 26” Walleye and I hauled in a few 23” and a 22”. All were released in good condition. Regards, KIRK!
- Thu Aug 27, 2015
Thank you so much Kirk for sharing some of the pictures of when you were fishing in Quebec with the family at Bush Country Camp.
Bush country camp. Where anything can happen when you least expect it. My friends Pete and Pat were fishing at Lost Bay. It was mid afternoon and full sun. 30 Celsius in September is unusual. Pat gets a pull on her line and thought she hit bottom.She reeled in a 40 inch pike! Pete and Pat were lucky enough to bring it right along side of the boat before it unhooked itself and swam away. My husband Jeff and I witnessed the excitement. The catch of the week. Their thrill of a lifetime! An angler's dream. That's why people go to Bush country camp. To experience the unexpected. We spent the first week of September there and caught our limit of walleye. We ate fish every day. The cabins and rest areas are so clean it shows the owners care deeply about their guests. Once you get into the island schedule you feel the world's stress melt away leaving you with island peacefulness. Fishing in the evenings the sunsets are out of this world. There is also a beach to boat to for an off island picnic. There is a waterfall near H lake which I have not had the chance to see yet. Next time. Norman and Chantal make everyone feel like family. A++++++
– Linda Johns
Six of us have been going to the camp since Norm and Chantalle have taken over (this was our six year) It is a great place,you get picked up at the launch and when you get to the island about 20 minutes later you will find no bugs (black flies) and the few mosquito's. The cabins are clean and well equipped. Bunks and mattress great. Your own dock a few steps for cabin ,fiberglass boat and new 15 hp four stroke. We find most people have been coming for years and we will continue also. Owner are great people and bend over backwards to make you vacation second to none. The water is large but lots of sheltered spots to pickerel fish. We go out early and back at noon for lunch a nap and plan supper around 6pm then go only a few minute from island and fish till dark around 9:30pm .There is lots of fish even for the inexperienced fisher-person. It is definitely a place you could take your family. Wash room and showers are very clean. They have WI Fi so you can keep in touch with home. I have great fishing on the Bay of Quinte but nothing like this. In a week the six of us released over 100 ,eight over 25 inches.
– Lionel Adair
One more true story about our week at BCC in September. The place you want to be to get away from everything and have a drink or two. Go fishing when you want to. The last place you would think 2 sisters, each alone in their own boats would catch a 21 inch walleye together! So 2 boats, 2 sisters, one fish. How? Our boats were anchored close to each other. My sister had caught 5 walleye keepers since 6am and was only missing one to reach her limit. She had just told me " my last one should be 21 inches then I will be satisfied" I hooked a fish. Reeled it in but couldn't get it into the boat. My sister offered to try and net it from her boat. She took out her net and scooped it in. That left me holding the pole with my fish in my sister's net in her boat! As our boats swayed away from each other I loosened the tension on my line so it wouldn't snap. As our boats came closer again, I reeled in my line. The hook released from the fish and technically my sister caught her 21 inch walleye.Try and beat that all you anglers.
– Linda and Jeff Johns