Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: What type of fish are in the lake?

A: Walleye, norhtern pike, whitefish, perch- starting to have some small mouth bass.

Q2: What type of lures and tackle should I bring?

A: Long answer short- depends on the style of fishing you like to do. Commonly used tackle includes, jigs, flicker shads, hot & tots, spinners. Most common colours used: gold, pink, chartreuse, orange, firetiger.

Q3: What is included in the cabin? What should I bring?

A: Included: bbq, microwave, coffee maker( not a keurig), untensils, pots\pants, dishes, cups, glasses. There is running water (regular flushable toilet, paper is supplied) and a shower.

Please bring the following:
-All personal items (towels, face cloths)
-Dish washing soap and rags
-Bedding( all beds are singles) & pillow

Our store has the following for sale:

-Bait: minnows, leeches and worms

Some docks slips are equipped with hydro to charge trolling motors (when you reserve let us know if you require this service, so we can plan accordingly).

Q4: What other necessities should I bring?

A: Pack for all seasons ( its northern ontario and you never know). Bug repellent, mosquito coils, and a thermacell or any of the above combination- be prepared for flies\mosquitos anytime of the year. Unfortunately citronella candles are not permitted inside our cabins.

Q5: What do boat rentals include?

A: Size of boats- 14 ft with 25 hp electric start
2 swivel seats
Depth finder
Bilge pump

Q6: What are your rates?

A: Daily boat launch and park is $15 and a weekly dockage fee of $60. Seasonal docking is $20 per foot. Boat and motor rentals are $90 per day or $390 per week for a 14′ boat with 25hp motor. Applicable sales taxes are extra.