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Pickle Lake Outposts
Pickle Lake Outposts
 
Box 220, Pickle Lake Ontario, Canada  P0V 3A0 Ph: 807-928-2547 800-461-2547 Fax: 807-928-2908
Email: johnsonpl@yahoo.com

Fly in to Pickle lake Outposts for northwestern Ontario's most spectacular freshwater fishing. Catch walleye or northern pike at any one of our 8 remote outpost cabins. Fly in only access assures you complete fishing privacy. "Own" a lake for a week -it's what a fly in outpost experience is all about!

Fly with us... Far beyond the highways, cities, and towns... to a land of pristine rivers, lakes and streams, located in Northern Ontario's vast Arctic Watershed country...and accessible only by float plane from Pickle Lake. It's the deep cold northern waters of these remote wilderness lakes that keep walleyes and northerns in feeding and fighting mood all season long. Catching fish is always exciting, but exploring new waters and discovering new fishing hotspots is what makes a remote trip so worthwhile. That is what makes a trip to our outpost region so unique.

All 8 of our remote outpost lakes provide endless opportunities to explore seldom fished bays, rivers and streams. In fact many of our guests have returned year after year to the same lake, claim they still have not explored all of it!

Our base camp is located literally at the "end of the road" where you'll fly in on a float plane to the lake of your choice. Just drive up Highway 599 north of Ignace to the Town of Pickle Lake and let your adventure begin.

Lakes & Rivers: Assin Lake, Forrester Lake, Mamiegowish Lake, Markop Lake, Morris Lake, Neawagank Lake, North Caribou Lake, Opap River, Pickle Lake, Pipestone River Chain, Skinner Lake, South Pipestone River, Wastayanipi Lake, Williams Lake (Pickle Lake Area)

Provincial Parks: Otoskwin Attawapiskat River Park, Pipestone River Provincial Park

Region: Pickle Lake - Patricia Region


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