This fishing operation located 450 miles northwest of Winnipeg offers guides and lodging out of their 5 star lodge or fly-in unguided packages to one of their outpost cabins with access to many different catch and release lakes. Fishermen have been taking some monster pike weighing over 25 pounds in the 40 to 50-inch class, with some days producing 100 plus walleyes and lake trout averaging over 10 pounds. These lakes produce quality fishing that has been achieved by practicing catch and release for the past 20 years. The only exception to this rule is all fishermen can enjoy daily shore lunches on some morning keepers.

They offer the full service American plan out of the lodge, including airport shuttle, lodging, meals, guide, boat, motor, gas, fish cleaning and prepared shore lunch. 4 days and 5 nights are priced at only $1,820, on up to 7 days and 8 nights for $2,590 per man. Special 3 day package with 4 nights is $1,925 and include 2 days on the main lake and a day y-out to a remote lake, 2 person minimum. There is an 8 1/2 percent tax to be added.

Unguided outpost cabins for groups of 4 to 10 people are priced from $1,490 for 5 days to $1,680 for 7 days. These packages include the use of their 16’ boats with 15 horsepower motors, unlimited gas, cooking utensils, showers, hot and cold running water and airport shuttle. They can also purchase your groceries ahead of time for your group. To save money on airfare for a group we would suggest renting a van and make the 6 1/2 hour drive from Winnepeg to Flin Flon. HCU’s Cliff Graham has fished with this outfit more than 10 times. Fish MB358.  

Megan and her nice walleye.  They averaged about 100 fish per day!

Megan and her trophy pike that was 43 inches!

George with his nice pike!

Dan Graham and a 40 inch plus pike!

Cliff with a big pike on another great trip!

Kurt Brace and his nice pike.

Tim Mulhollen and his nice pike.

Cliff Graham and his big pike.

Jeff Meyerl and his nice pike.

Wayne Graham and his nice pike.

Brian Thompson and his nice pike.

Chris Pietkiewicz and his nice pike.