The Lodge is nestled in the trees on one of over 3400 of the islands that inhabit the Lake. In addition to the cabins, the Lodge also has 10 available hotel rooms. The Lodge offers accommodations tailored to fishermen's needs. Feature rustic, hand hewn log cabins available with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. The main lodge has a large dining room and game room with satellite TV. All of the guest's meals are provided during their stay, with breakfast and dinner served in the dining room, and a shore lunch while fishing.
For a little unwinding after a day's fishing, the lodge offers a recreational area equipped with a billiard table and satellite television.
Cabins are conveniently located near the lodge and the dock for easy access. Each cabin has a fully furnished living room and bathroom. Bedrooms feature 2 single beds.
A wide variety of fishing hot spots throughout the lake. Whether the guests prefer Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout or World Class Brook Trout, they are abundant in this lake. And there's plenty of scenery to keep your eyes, and cameras busy. This remote part of Northern Manitoba is a great place to get away from it all and enjoy what nature has to offer. Only a select few destinations in Canada can offer you the variety of fish species which inhabit the waters of this Lake and River.
300 air miles northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba and bordering Ontario to the east, the Lake is situated in the center of Canada's lake filled heartland. Flights depart Winnipeg 3 times daily, so the lodge can cater to most any scheduling needs. If the guests plan to fly to the lodge in their own aircraft, they have access to a 4,000 x 100 foot crushed stone runway (12/30) with an NDB approach.
The body of water is over 60 miles long, 40 miles wide and is dotted with more than 3,400 islands. This is the only Lodge operating on this lake. Accessible only by air, there are no roads into this remote area. This Lake is truly one of the few natural realms remaining in North America.