Trees And Grass

Manitoba Fly- In Resort

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Aerial View

 

This lodge is an American Plan resort situated on deeded land, very rare for
a fly-in resort. The resort is located on
the southeast shore of the Lake, in
the heart of Canada's Boreal Forest.

Features:

* American plan
* Accommodations for large & small groups, families and corporate retreats
* Superb Fishing & Hunting
* Well-maintained 3300' airstrip that allows many private aircraft to bring guests to the resort
* Lounge with enormous stone fireplace
* Massive logs spanning the dining area ('the grand room') and lined with trophies
* Catch & Release Policy ensuring trophies for generations to come

Landing Strip   Fireplace
The Lodge is located on an expanded portion of a River System. All of the camps, being located on a major river system means their is fresh water regenerating the lake throughout the summer. This is the main reason the exceptional fishing is so consistent, regardless the season. Trophy Pike and Walleye are caught in each of the 5 months that the lodge is operating during the season.
Dining Room  

Fishery

The excellent fishery on all the lakes has been professionally controlled for the past 13 years through High Quality Management - a provincial program that requires anglers to use barbless hooks, fish without the use of live bait, release fish of trophy size, and release all northern pike. The benefits of these policies are as unmistakable as the sound of line peeling off your reel.

Lodge

The lodge was assembled from hand picked local logs and offers a new level of luxury and service. The breathtaking lake view, the enormous stone fireplace, the cozy lounge, and the screened veranda, all evoke an emotion that remind the guests that this truly is a remarkable place.

  Sunset
Northern Lights   Seven private log cabins offer two and three bedroom floor plans with every convenience; three piece bathrooms, thermostatic controlled heat, memorable lake views and large decks to enjoy the stars, or perhaps an eerie dance of colour known as the 'Northern Lights'.

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

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