THE MAGANETAWAN COUNTRY—Is a section but recently known to the sportsman. The Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. extends northward from Parry Sound to Sudbury and Moose Mountain, crossing the Maganetawan River near Burton. The river itself is reached at Burk's Falls, 171 miles north of Toronto, on the Grand Trunk Railway System. It is the very centre for sport for rod and gun. The angler will find an abundance of salmon trout, bass, pickerel and other varieties of fish. The speckled trout is found in abundance in these waters. The Maganetawan Country is distinctive, but the river of this name only flows westward across it. There are also the French River, the Shawanaga River, Gooseneck Lake, Deer Lake, Bolger Creek, the Still River, and Key Inlet—all of them samples of what an unconventional vacation ground may be.
Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.
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