Episode 21: On Location At Errington’s Wilderness Island
Owner Al Errington and Lead Guide Aaron Van Steinburg are joined by our podcast guides, on location at Errington’s Wilderness Island.
Errington’s Wilderness Island Resort has been owned and operated by the Errington family since 1975. The resort is on a 3 ha (10 acre) island at the north end of Wabatongushi Lake. The log buildings were built in 1980 and project a rustic atmosphere while providing a high degree of comfort. Our main lodge is equipped with a dining room, a licenced lounge, a pool table and games room and a large stone fireplace.
Al, Doris, Devin, Morgan & Nikita Errington would like to welcome you to take a train or float plane in to our secluded wilderness island lodge for great fishing, wonderful wildlife and relaxing wilderness vacations in Northern Ontario, Canada.
Aaron Van Steinburg is the Lead Fishing Guide at Errington’s Wilderness Island in Algoma, north of Hawk Junction. Aaron is the resident Fly Fisher for Northern Pike & Walleye and is well versed in jigging and action baits. Aaron’s other interests include hockey, he’s a goaltender coach to high level goalkeepers in Quebec and the Maritimes. And Aaron is a fishin’ musician, an experienced guitar player.
At the heart of the Great Lakes, at beautiful Sault Ste. Marie, you will discover world-class fishing and breath-taking outdoors. Pristine lakes and rivers abound in the region, home to more species of fresh water fish than anywhere in the world. For the full-on experience, the best choice are these three experienced and knowledgeable guides.
Adam Vallee is a full time guide and tournament angler. When not traveling for tournaments across Ontario and the U.S. he spends his time guiding and promoting his home waters of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma.
John Giuliani has 30+ years experience guiding fishing on the historic St. Mary’s River Rapids and Algoma Country, up north to Lake Superior’s various tributaries in search of all species of fish.
Tyler Dunn offers unique fishing adventures along the shores of Lake Superior and on the St. Mary’s River, as well as many different lakes and rivers found in the Sault Ste. Marie area.