Box 1344, Red Lake Ontario, Canada P0V 2M0 Ph: 807-773-5564 (May 15-Sept. 30)Winter Address:
, Ph: 807-735-2400 (Oct-May 14)Email: Loon Haunt Outposts
Fly-in to remote outposts north of Red Lake, Ontario. We operate five fly-in outpost camps in Northwestern Ontario, Canada, and offer the very finest in Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. We fly from Red Lake to our outposts located from as little as thirty miles north to as much as one hundred and twenty miles north. Ultra modern cabins, reliable equipment, hot and cold running water with showers, and emergency communication radios. Full range of accommodations from our very popular 2 man outpost to exclusive packages for large groups. Call for specifics (references included).
Our Goose Lake camp is 65 miles northeast of Red Lake, Ontario. The only camp on this lake, we have outstanding walleye and northern fishing and offer a portage out trip to neighbouring Nechigona Lake for our more adventurous guests. Goose Lake is about 7 square miles and offers a real diversity of fishing opportunities: plenty of structure, steep drop-offs, weedy bays, sunken reefs, and gravel beds. There are 4 cabins here that can accommodate up to 24 people. Our other 4 outpost cabins are on Unnamed, Monroe, Whitelaw, and Poirier Lakes.
We also offer fly in canoe trips, primarily on the Berens River and its tributary the Throat river and its tributaries. We do not fly into Woodland Caribou park or Atikaki park (we believe we have a better location to offer). We do not offer any services to people who want to drive in. We meet you at our Stormer Lake base 45 miles north of Red Lake Ontario (you drive to Stormer Lake), then we fly you in about 50 miles.
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Towns & Cities: Red Lake Municipality
Lakes & Rivers: Berens River, Berens River System, Goose Lake, Monroe Lake, Nechigona Lake, Poirier Lake, Throat River System, U Lake, Unnamed Lake, West Lake (Monroe Lake Area), Whitelaw Lake
Nearest Towns: Red Lake Ontario