Walleye, bass, and pike inhabit this tea coloured lake. Several islands provide extensive shoreline. Our favourite for a variety of species, fishing methods, and reliability. Lake is 2 miles long. 1 mile portage over flat terrain.
Yielding pike up to 20 lbs. and 5 lb. class bass. Tea colored water with weedy bays, rocky shoals, and sunken trees. Great chance for trophy bass and pike on the same day. Strictly catch and release. Lake is 1 mile long. 100 yard portage.
Holds camp record bass on flyrod at 6 lbs. 2 oz. Gin clear water, extensive weed beds, productive rocky shoals and shallow bays. Average bass is 2 1/2 lbs. Strictly catch and release. Lake is 3/4 mile long. 50 yard portage from Smith Lake.
Gin clear water has yielded 5 lb. class bass and 12 lb. pike. Rocky shoals, drop offs, and overhanging cedar trees. Cast to visible fish early in season. Always remembered for fish and unspoiled beauty. Lake is 1 1/2 miles long. 130 yard portage.
Emerald green water harboring large bass and pike. Island running length of lake provides vast shoreline, bays, sunken trees, and rocky shores. Selected for its solitude and top flight bass bugging. Strictly catch and release. Lake is 3/4 mile long. 30 yard portage from Bass Lake.
Dark bottom lake. Lots of fast striking pike and bass. Sunken cedar trees bordering lake, good vegetation in bays. Minimal fishing pressure. Loved for its action packed fishing. Lake is 3/4 mile long. 50 yard portage from Bass Lake.
Gin clear water filled with large bass and pike. Largest lake at 3 miles long providing extensive shoreline, bays, and several islands. Consistent fishing. 75 yard portage.
Clear green bottom lake has produced several large bass and pike. Rocky shoals, overhanging cedars, and good vegetation provide varied fishing conditions. Lake is 3/4 mile long. 75 yard portage.