Whiteclay Lake is a larger body of water on the Ogoki River system, covering 13,000 acres and located in Wabakimi Wilderness Park. This lake produces fantastic walleye and northern pike fishing as well as lake trout in the Spring and Fall when they are feeding in shallow water. Whiteclay Lake has a vigorous contour with shallow weedy bays, deep rock crevices and beautiful sand beaches. At this camp we have two older frame cabins that are available for groups of 2 to 10.
Weese Lake is the largest of our single cabin private lakes, covering 3,900 acres with over 30 miles of shoreline to explore. This lake boasts large catches of walleye averaging 2½ to 3 pounds and plentiful large northern pike. From Weese Lake you also have access to brook trout fishing in the Weese River. At this camp we have a very large two bedroom frame cabin with a knotty pine interior. This camp is available for groups of 6 to 10.
An hour's flight brings you to Attwood Lake, which is part of the Attwood River system.
Attwood Lake is a larger lake, approximately 12 miles in length covering 9,200 acres. It offers exceptional walleye and northern pike fishing as well as lake trout fishing in the Spring and Fall. In the Spring, lake trout are often caught up to 20 pounds. Brook trout fishing is also available in the Attwood River flowing from Luella Lake into Attwood Lake. This lake is very irregular in shape with numerous bays, points, narrows and islands offering protection on even the most windy days.
On this lake we have 2 deluxe outpost cabins at 2 separate locations (Attwood West & Attwood Central) approximately 7 miles apart. Attwood West will accommodate groups of up to 10 and Attwood Central groups of up to 6.
Features & Amenities
Solar powered fluorescent lights
Two way radio communication
Hot/cold running water
Lund boats (2 people per boat)
Padded swivel boat seats with backrests
Mercury motors (plus a spare)
Fish Cleaning House
Large propane freezer
Full sized gas range
Propane refrigerator with freezer
Wood stoves for heat
Plenty of firewood
All cooking & eating utensils
Large deck for sitting outdoors
Propane fish fryer
Inverter for charging locator & camera batteries
What You Should Bring:
Soap & Towel
Camera, film & batteries
(including salt & pepper, cooking oil, paper towel, toilet paper and dish soap)
Fishing rods & reels
Well equipped tackle box
Life jackets (mandatory)
Clothing & personal items
Small first aid kit
Coolers (one per 2 fishermen)
Party members are restricted to 150 lbs. of baggage each (including groceries & refreshments) for fishing and 175 lbs. each for moose hunting.