Okay folks I uploaded our new outfitting and Guide Service Website yesterday We have been working on it for a long time ! I would like as many people to review it as possible b4 I submit it to the search engins. So, if you have the chance, please take a look at it and if you see any spelling mistakes, have any ideas, recommendations or comments please let me know. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from all of you. Also, please remember that it is not %100 complete...still have lots of touch up and things to add.
Found some typo's first one on the Quetico info page.
"The park?s tangled network of lakes once formed water routes traveled by Ojibway and fur traders."
And another on the quetico wilderness rules & regulations page.
"Late cancellations or changes after this time will be charged the ?no show? fee. A ?no show? for backcountry and Algonquin backcountry cabins. Reservations not claimed by this time will be considered a ?no show?. "
And on the bwca travel permits & camping regulations page.
$10?Adult $5?Youth 0?17 $5?Golden Age or Golden Access Passport Holders $40?Adult $20?Youth 0?17 $20?Golden Age or Golden Access Passport Holders (Feb. 1?Sept. 30)
Another on the outfitting options page.
"Quetico Provincial Park has taught us the ?ins? and ?outs? of canoe tripping."
And more extra ????'s in the guide profile of guide Chris Parthun:
Welcome to My Fishing Pals. Glad to have you aboard!
I noticed in one of you other posts that you are from http://www.muskyusa.com. I added the link to your signature file. Hope you don't mind. All you posts will now link back to the site. I appreciate you joining!
People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947