Blue Fox Camp (http://bluefoxcamp.com/) is a 20 minute flight north from Blind River, Ontario or a tough two hour quad ride from a nearby town.
I brought my float tube which was much easier to fish from than a canoe. The fish above was caught by me but since I had just lost one, the film crew needed this one for various shots so I let Mark land it. They were the only two fish of that size that were caught.
I also had the right flies. Double Bunny and Bob Sheedy's PT crayfish caught a bunch like the one below. The amazing thing is that the fish below is a three year old. Our three year olds are less than half that size.
These mountain lakes accessed by a steep rocky hike are stocked on a Life Span basis or rather every five years which is the expected life span of a stocked Brook Trout. There are also no minnows in these lakes so there is no competition for food. They also don't stock many fish either. The camp highly recommends safe C&R even though there are no specific regs protecting these fish. You can immediately see why this wouldn't work near major population areas, regs or no regs.
Another interesting feature of this place is the natural reproduction of Rainbows, Brook Trout and Lake Trout in the main lake (Kirkpatrick) and some associated lakes adjoining. The main stream where the Rainbows spawn goes right down the center of the camp.
Great food, sauna (beside the stream) and rustic buildings. This is a pretty neat place. Try and get there sometime.
The show should run sometime this winter.