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Linda Rice

Linda is co-owner of MHL. She takes care of the bookings, marketing, guide scheduling, and the fine detailing of each trip. She does not sleep much during the season, and when not on the water she is attending to every need of her guests. Linda is an avid outdoorswoman, and currently holds the women's world record (57") muskie, and is otherwise known as Muskie Mamma. With quite the collection of other over fifty inch fish in the past ten years, she is threatening to beat her own record! She has been known to guide on occasion as well.

Carter Rice

Carter is co-owner of MHL. He is a hard working individual and is always busy fixing and maintaining things around camp. You can find Carter every morning and afternoon at the portage when in use. Ask him to tell you a joke. Most evenings he will be found relaxing at his houseboat on the dock, and usually has friends drop in to say hello. Carter is truly one of most unique individuals you will meet in your lifetime, and has endless life experiences to share with all. An accomplished guitar player and vocalist, if you ask, he may just strum you a tune!

Greg Rice

Greg  is about the handiest guy you could ever meet. A professional chef by trade, he provides Moosehorn Lodge with fine dining at every level, and is complimented by guests and locals alike. He excels at maintenance on every level, and even if he has never encountered the problem, Greg will figure it out. This hard working individual is here from morning till night, and will make sure that everything is right for you.

Nicole Archer

Nicole is the smiling face there to greet you in the morning to serve breakfast. She puts in long hours as well, and does her share of office work, scheduling, cabin cleaning, maintenance and back again to serve at dinner time. Just like her mother, we wonder if she sleeps at all. She, as well works hard at all aspects of the lodge, and the team sure does appreciate her help. Ask her about her off season travels.

Meet The Guides

Greg Marino

Greg is focused on fishing, and has put more 50 inch muskies in the boat than anyone in the area, Greg cracked the one hundred over 50 mark in 2012 for his boat. Greg can guide any species at any time to perfection, and make sure that you are always on the best bite possible. With over twenty years guiding experience you can be sure the day will be productive, you will be prepared an incredible lunch, and have a good chance to catch the fish of a lifetime. He has brought many guests to their first monster musky, as this is his favorite game. Even when he is not guiding, he is fishing hardcore, usually with Linda in their quest for the next world record musky.

Colin Gosse

Colin strives for perfection, and treats his occupation with absolute professionalism. He has made a lot of good friends that come back, and fish with him every year. With twenty plus years of producing trophy fishing on these waters, he will do whatever it takes to make sure it is a fun filled day of action, trophies and memories. Colin also 

does some marketing for the lodge, loves to talk and write, and will answer any question you have about fishing. Be sure to ask about the "Manitou sandwich", Fire Fries, Baked Fish and "BS" Beans for shore lunches.

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Tony Crann

Tony comes from a long line of local angling experts. His father Jim was one of the area's finest guides, and Tony has followed his passion for fishing. He has twenty years of guiding under his belt and can put you on whatever species that you seek at any time. His character makes for quite an enjoyable day on the water, as Tony loves to have a ton of fun, and is incredible with children of all ages. Although he has mastered all of this areas fish species, Tony has a special knack for attracting monster pike to his fishing adventures. You can be sure that this man will make every trip one to remember.

Chris Edwards

Chris initially comes off as mellow and shy, until you put him in a boat with you. First fish landed and he's dialed right in. The guy simply loves to be on the water, and in mother nature. He can find the fish of all species for you very well. Born and raised in this area, he spent 12 years in the NE section of Lac Seul working every job required of running a large outpost operation. He lived up there, and spent any free time fishing plus learning new areas and techniques. This guide holds endless secrets and can put you on many remote,  and treacherous sections of Lac Seul, especially for hidden musky. Chris has mastered all species here, and has no problem showing guests consistent, incredible fishing! He has been guiding for 7 seasons with MHL. Lac Seul and Big Vermillion are his go to lakes, but he can produce well on many other lakes here too. A day on the water with Chris is quite enjoyable, he'll look after your crew well and cook them a gourmet shore lunch too. Be sure to ask him about his unique hunting and trapping experiences!"

Steve Dumonski

Steve has been guiding in the Sioux Lookout area for the past 5 summers and at Moosehorn Lodge for the past 3. Steve loves  to learn and try new techniques for catching big walleyes and lake trout. He spends much of his free time searching the area for new hot spots to keep his guests on the action. 

Ask Steve about Winter Ice Fishing Packages

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Nate Andrychuk

Nate has been a premiere guide all over Northwestern Ontario for the last 18 years. He specializes in trophy fishing and catching giant fish. His favorite fish to target is the challenging musky and has boated many of these giant fish for guests but he can catch anything that swims. He has a knack for getting on any fish he targets. Nate has 9 years guiding experience on Lac Seul and it is his favorite lake in all of the Northwest. He was born and raised in Thunder Bay, ON and has had a fishing rod in his hands since he was 3 weeks old so you know he lives for fishing!

Want to make sure that you have the trip of a lifetime? Remember to book your guide early, to ensure availability.