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What to Bring

What to Bring in General | What to Bring Fishing | What to Bring Hunting

What to Bring In General

Although we try to foresee all anticipated required items please don’t take anything for granted... Ask us.

  • Identification for Canadian customs (passport is ideal) please check with your customs office regarding latest regulations for border crossing especially for fisherman and hunters.
  • Medication (if necessary)
  • Toiletries
  • Reading or prescription glasses if required
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Sunglasses (polarizing preferred)
  • Insect repellent (Muskol aerosol spray recommended)
  • Mosquito net Jackets and hats
  • Cameras, Video Camera, extra film and tapes, Batteries
  • Hat with a brim or a visor and or toque
  • Good quality rain gear, jacket and pants
  • Warm waterproof gloves
  • Hiking boots and or rubber boots
  • Towels
  • We do supply our boats with PFD's but if you have small children we recommend you bring their own personal PFD's
  • Although wood is supplied for campfire use we recommend you bring your own splitting axe
  • Your own lawn chairs
  • Our cabins are well equipped with all kitchen and cooking equipment but for large groups we recommend you bring cooking equipment to match the size of your group
  • Paper towels
  • coolers to match your needs
  • freezer bags
  • garbage bags
  • Duct tape and packing tape
  • First aid kit
  • Laptop
  • Cell Phone
  • Please don’t forget to leave your family with the lodge’s phone numbers

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What to Bring Fishing

Although we try to foresee all anticipated required items please don’t take anything for granted... Ask us.

  • Rods and Reels to match the fish species you’re seeking
  • Tackle. (not sure what kind?...ask us!)
  • Filleting knife and sharpener
  • Compass
  • Good quality flashlights and spare batteries
  • Spare props for your outboards (you never know...around here rocks always win)
  • GPS and spare batteries
  • Landing nets
  • Anchors
  • Rope
  • Paddles

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What to Bring Hunting

Although we try to foresee all anticipated required items please don’t take anything for granted... Ask us.

  • Weapon of choice
  • All accessories for weapon of choice
  • Compass and or GPS
  • GOOD quality flashlight and spare batteries
  • Warm gloves
  • Knife
  • Day backpack
  • Coolers for your hides and meat
  • Freezer bags
  • Hunting clothes and boots suitable for light and or heavy rain, cold and or hot days. As always layering your clothing is the best
  • Protective case for weapons suitable for ATV and boat traveling
  • Personal safety harness

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  • On our June 2005 trip the largest walleye was 31 1/4 inches and the largest northern pike was 44 inches. When you combine fishing like that with family or good friends and a good shore lunch; it just doesn’t get any better.
    Mike Reinhardt
  • The five connected lakes gave us unlimited possibilities for areas to fish and just kick back in the boat and relax when we wanted to, we were never crowded by others.
    Craig and Tascha Jasper
  • It’s not too many places in the world you can go fishing, and even on a bad day catch so many fish that you can hardly hold you fishing rod .
    Dan Bullock
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