Bring your wall alive with a rare, classic look at one of the world's most famous fishing destinations! This spectacular print takes you to the legendary French River in Northern Ontario circa 1940, a truly golden age of tourism in Canada. Published to promote travel via Canadian Pacific Railways to the company's Bungalow Camp (made world-famous in 1938 when it became an overnight destination for King George and Queen Mary), it features a vacationer and his canoe captain out at dusk in late summer, snagging one of the legendary Walleye from the cool, crisp, calm Northern waters. The artist truly captured the style and magic of the era with his incredible art from the golden age of outdoor travel, and the text gives you the authentic style of the era. Reproduced in impeccable color and clarity by the masters at Montreal's Eurographics company, this impossible-to-find classic is perfect for the wall and collection of any fan of Canada, Ontario, and the timeless sport of fishing!