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2023 Newsletter

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2024 Calendars

Our 2024 calendars with availability for each outpost are now online! Calendars can be found on each outpost camp’s webpage. The weeks are starting to fill up, so be sure to check out your favorite camp below!!

Easey Point & Lobo 2024

In the 2024 season, Easey Point and Lobo will be moving from a Saturday fly-in to a Sunday fly-in. Shorter trips can be arranged as long as you arrive or depart on a Sunday.


FISHING – CAMP FIRES – BOARD GAMES – SWIMMING – HIKING – BOATING – FAMILY TIME – BALL ON THE BEACH – NO WIFI All of these and more you can experience on your next remote family vacation! With the weather starting to warm up it’s a great time to start planning. Below are a … Continued


This is one of our most popular lakes with its beautiful three bedroom camp, a specious living area and almost all the amenities of home! Although only 8 – 10 feet deep this lake is a great producer of both walleye and northern. If you are looking to try your hand at lake trout you … Continued


Dibben offers some great experiences for smaller groups and is an excellent location for families. This cozy two bedroom camp includes hot and cold running water, four stroke motors, a generator and has two refrigerators.  Dibben fishes for walleye and northern and provides a wide range of sizes. You can swim, fish, and eagle watch … Continued


Wejin is a walleye and northern lake that accommodates both the experienced fisherman as well as those just starting out. With three lakes to fish you will never be bored. North Wejin is an easy fifteen minute walk from the camp and offers excellent walleye and northern fishing. If you are looking to try your … Continued

Recommendations for Walleye Fishing

The age-old question of anglers near and far… What type of lure or bait will land you a fish of a lifetime? Everyone has their “go to” set up but here are some other options to consider when you head out on a hard water Walleye adventure! Option #1 – Minnow and hook on a … Continued