These fully equipped remote lake fishing outpost camps in northern Manitoba allow you the freedom of choosing your own fishing hour and allow you to have the lake to yourself. You can fish all day and have dinner at sunset, which may be after midnight, in this land of the midnight sun. There are four lakes in the region (Wolf, Jordan, LeClair, and Chipewyan) offering trophy northern pike, walleye and some offer arctic grayling and lake trout as well.
Chipewyan Lake is the northern most lodge located on the South Seal River system. Chipewyan Lake has access to 4 lakes including Otter, Loon, Trout and Fox, as well as the South Seal River to the north. This area remains vastly unfished and unexplored with bays, creeks and coves still unnamed and untried. Left unspoiled for hundreds of years, Northern Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling bound here in great numbers and great size!
Wolf Lake is located at the north end of Big Sand Lake, where the South Seal River picks up its name. Best known for quality Northern Pike and Walleye action, the South Seal River also features some of the best Arctic Grayling action in Manitoba! Here again many creeks and rivers flow into this system as it gains momentum for it’s eventual destination of Hudson’s Bay. Wolf Lake has many shallow bays and weed beds close to the camp and is also accessible to the north basin of Big Sand Lake, where the Mistay River leads into the river system from the north west. Wolf Lake is renowned for Trophy Northern’s and has a constant flow and in some areas never freeze, even in the coldest of cold.
Jordan Lake is fed from the west and flows north east via the Kitimiwi River to Kitimiwi Lake and into Big Sand Lake. Best known for quality Northern Pike and Walleye action The north east part of Jordan Lake narrows to become the Kitimiwi River where these fast waters are home to Trophy Arctic Grayling. This large lake is fed by numerous small rivers and creeks teaming with fish and all of which have great shallow bays and weed beds. Here too, plenty of rock structure also provides ideal habitat for unstoppable walleye action.
LeClair Lake is the true beginning of the South Seal River system and is adjoined to Big Sand Lake at the very most southern end. Best know for consistently producing Manitoba's Top Northern Pike every year, LeClair Lake has access to 3 excellent lakes all of which have hundreds of great shallow bays and weed beds. Plenty of rock structure also provides ideal habitat for unstoppable Walleye action. Located just north of the camp is North LeClair ( Cline Lake) boasting several great bays where Trophy's are waiting and it's not uncommon to watch these monsters follow your hook right up to the boat and then gingerly turn away, as if to say, maybe next time!! Here your skills are truly tested.