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Recommended for: Novice or experienced anglers, families with young children, and small groups.

Located on the Manitoba Ontario border this site has a new four bedroom cabin with hot and cold running water, shower, solar powered lighting, and propane fridge and stove. At the end of the day, you will relax in comfort in the screened window room while enjoying the other amenities of this recently built camp.

There are three fully equipped 14 ft.Lund boats with swivel seats and dependable 9.9 hp motors.

This beautiful and remote lake is dotted with reefs, long bays, and weedy channels to offer even novice anglers plenty of action all day long. It is a very fertile body of water full of big schools of walleye and lots of trophy northern pike. Since we are the only camp on the lake, the camp your own private fishing domain. The Lake flows into the River system providing you with unlimited range for exploring
Everything rom the exciting flight in through to the remarkable wilderness accommodation, will make your guest's stay at the camp, a once in a lifetime experience.

Outpost is recommended for: Serious and adventurous fishermen in search of that "lifetime" fishing area.

This Lake is a part of a large River System that widens into an endless series of lakes for you to discover and explore. Once you know these waters, there will be no reason to fish any other location, especially if you are a walleye and northern pike enthusiast. This beautifully remote and rugged lake reaches over ten miles from east to west and over seven miles north to south. The waters are located in the middle of two remote provincial wilderness areas with hundreds of miles of shoreline and endless bottom structures to test and challenge the devoted fisherman. Fishing this lake is truly a lifetime project!

A couple of years ago we built a new cabin on the Lake constructed from logs right off the land. This spacious three-bedroom facility offers you the hand - hewn atmosphere of days gone by. But, with a propane fridge and stove, solar powered lights in every room, hot and cold running water with shower and a large wood stove for cool nights, you will enjoy all the comforts of home. There are three fully equipped 14 ft Lund boats with swivel seats and dependable 9.9 hp motors.
This Outpost is recommended for: Novice and experienced anglers alike. A large lake system provides fishermen with unlimited opportunities for a variety of fishing techniques.

A rustic two-bedroom cabin that sleeps 6 people is equipped with a propane fridge stove and wood stove. This outpost is the only licensed camp on the lake. This is a rare and unusual opportunity for you to discover the fishing potential of this vast body of water. There are three fully equipped 14 ft. Lund boats with swivel seats and dependable 9.9 hp motors.

The Lake is full of islands, reefs, deep bays, narrows, weed beds, and creeks. You can head out in a different direction each day. There's enough country here to keep you busy for the week, and enough structure to keep you fishing for a lifetime. These near virgin waters have yielded many tasty shore lunches for the very few sportsmen who have had the chance to fish them.
This Outpost is recommended for: Adventurous anglers wishing to combine exciting river fishing with a truly remote wilderness experience.

This rugged stretch of the River is about 5 miles long with rushing rapids and scenic waterfalls at both ends of the navigable portions. For explorers, small boat drags at the falls area will reveal many more miles of wilderness fishing.

The rustic 8 person, 2-bedroom cabin is equipped with propane fridge, stove and wood stove for heat.


There are 3 - 14 ft Lund boats with swivel seats, life cushion and jackets (large & X large only), landing nets, paddles, and new 9.9 h.p. motors with all the mixed gas you will need during your stay.


The River and the scenery are spectacular ... experience the fun of northern river fishing!





For further information on this lodge please contact Richard Mitchell at 204-256-5796. 

Presented By: Richard Mitchell