Fly- In Fishing Outposts
This lake is cold, clear and productive. Six miles long,
its 40 islands, countless bays, reefs, and points provide
excellent walleye structure. Several small rivers run into
the lake. At the southern tip, Boulder Creek is deep and
winding, with good breeding spots for trophy pike over 20
Shawanabis Creek enters the lake in a short steep
rapid where a highly oxygenated pool draws whitefish and
walleye at dusk, dawn and overcast days. Several excellent
walleye lakes are just a short portage away. There are several
holes over 130 feet deep, home to gorgeous lake trout. These
'lakers' are lean and solid, with almost no fat.
Our Shawanabis Lake
Fly-in Outpost is remote and isolated as the only lodge on
this lake. Stay here and have the whole lake - plus many
surrounding lakes - all to your self. Absolutely
pollution free, there may be no healthier or more delicious
eating fish left anywhere on the planet!
Located at the junction of the Brightsand and Allanwater
rivers this location offers incredible fishing opportunities.
Head down stream to the many sets of rapids on the
Allanwater, where your sure to find numerous hungry Walleye.
Or search the multiple lakes and smaller streams in the
vicinity for huge Northern Pike.
The Allanwater Bridge
Fly or Train-in Outpost is located on the CN line in the historic
and former Hudson Bay outpost of Allanwater Bridge. Our
newest addition to our selection of services and cabins,
this outpost is very comfortable and is the perfect choice
for the people who want to fish in luxury.
Aurora Lake (70 air miles from Armstrong)
Lake is 3 miles long, narrow, rocky. Walleye, northern. Camp location is on a northward-facing point. Vertical log cabin, two bedrooms, six bunks (2 double, 4 single). Completely equipped for housekeeping. 3 14’ boats, Mercury 6 hp outboards, 1 canoe. . Accessible by air or train. 1 adult bull tag, WMU18A.
Mahamo Lake (70 air miles from Armstrong)
Lake is 8 miles long, rocky, dotted with islands. Walleye, northern, lake trout. Camp location is on a peninsula jutting into the lake, view from all directions. Vertical log cabin, three bedrooms, ten bunks (6 double, 4 single). Completely equipped for housekeeping. 5 14’ boats, Mercury 8 hp outboards, 1 canoe. Accessible by air.
Cerulean Lake (72 air miles from Armstrong)
Lake is 3 miles long, rocky, shaped like a ‘figure 8’. Walleye, northern. Camp location is on a westward-facing point. Access to another unnamed lake over a portage where there is a boat and a canoe. Vertical log cabin, two bedrooms, six bunks (2 double, 4 single). Completely equipped for housekeeping. 4 14’ boats, Mercury 6 hp outboards. Accessible by air. 1 bull tag, 2 cow tags, WMU 17.
We also offer guided and unguided fly-in canoe trips for speckled trout. 2-4 pound fish are common, with a few in the 5-8 pound class. These trips entail canoeing remote wild rivers, portaging around rapids, and camping in tents. Some speckled trout canoe expeditions go all the way to Hudson Bay, for tundra and polar bears with your speckled trout!