Lakeshore Cabins

Manitoba - Northwest Light Housekeeping Boat-In Wilderness Camp

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The Camp: FULL TURN KEY!!! (Currently have reservations from the last week of May till mid July.) All newer motors in 2012, newer steel roofs and newer pressure treated docks in 2014.

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Big Fish   Cabins
Northern Manitoba Wilderness Fishing camp, a Light Housekeeping facility so the guests can fish, relax or do whatever they choose to do entirely on their own schedule.   Birds Swimming
Aerial View   Guests can create their own adventure as they fish on their own and prepare their own meals. Complete facilities provided for maximum guest comfort. The cabins located on the northwestern shore of the Lake provide the ultimate luxury.
Lakeshore   Loon
River Rapids   River Running Over Rocks

Fabulous Trophy Fishing! 

The Camp guests enjoy some of Manitoba's finest northern and walleye fishing on the breath-taking waters of this Lake. The Lake offers a healthy balance of big trophy northern pike fishing along with non-stop action of walleye tugging on the line. Guests of the lodge can travel the lake littered by islands, creating hundreds of miles of fishable shorelines and structures.

The camp consists of five large cabins, filleting house, ice shed, shower and bath house. Each cabin has it's own dock (Newer) and offers a terrific view of the lake and surrounding area. All new motors in 2012, new steel roofs and new pressure treated docks in 2014.

Barbecue   Kitchen

Accommodations:

Five Two bedroom, four person cabins with screened-in porches. Cabins are fully equipped with propane stove/oven, fridge/freezer, and propane lighting; Inside wood cook stove, pots, pans, utensils, dishes and cutlery; Comfortable clean mattresses and pillows. 


Outboard Motor  

Equipment:

All new motors in 2012 and new pressure treated docks in 2014. Outside barbeque for each cabin.

Conservation Oriented Operation

This camp is a conservation oriented operation that practices catch and release on all big fish and emphasizes the use of barbless hooks. The owners are extremely proud of their resource and wish to keep it productive for all present and future guests.



 

New Dock

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

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