A remarkable family business success story… Halley’s accommodations are second to none, very modern, and well-maintained, and employees that are always helpful. The fishing is excellent. My sons, daughters and grandchildren all treasure the Halley’s experience and can’t wait to go back.
Rich Severson, Florida

EXPERIENCE THE MOST AMAZING GETAWAY AT

Bee Lake Outpost

You’ll have no neighbors at Bee Lake, only the rare Woodland caribou and moose that our guests frequently spot along the shore while they’re fishing. Bee Lake, a fly in outpost, is probably one of the most outstanding smallmouth bass lakes in Ontario. Fishermen using light tackle and/or fly rods are discovering this, and many anglers have scored an all-time personal best with the bass that live here.

Facilities

This beautiful, hand-hewn log cabin is a wilderness retreat right out of “Architectural Digest.” When you arrive you will be torn between hopping in the boat right away or kicking back on the deck with a cold one, knowing that the trophy smallmouth bass and walleyes will still be there waiting for you whenever you’re ready. The generous living area and four bedrooms mean that you can spread out and get comfy. The solar system means that there’s no generator noise to disturb the quiet and yet you’ll have plenty of electricity to power the lights and electric fridge. The indoor shower and flushing toilet are also welcome features.

Party Sizes

Bee Lake can comfortably accommodate up to 8 of your friends, colleagues, family members or business associates.

Please note that Bee Lake is only available for 7-day stays.

Fishing

The large variety of fish at Bee Lake consists of walleye, smallmouth bass, and northern pike. Bee Lake is part of a long chain of waterways that include Raehill and Eden Lakes. Eden Lake is connected by a narrow channel and has an outstanding lake trout and bass fishery.

What to Bring?

WE SUPPLY:

  • Float plane travel to and from the outpost
  • Accommodations in our log cabins
  • Check flights every 2 days, weather permitting
  • Solar power with backup generator
  • Hot & cold running water
  • Indoor showers
  • Woodstove for heat
  • Box spring & mattress beds
  • Pillows and mattress pads
  • Fridge & stove
  • Stove top toaster
  • Kitchen utensils, dishes, pots, & pans
  • Cups, glasses, & plates
  • Coffee pot
  • First-Aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Axe
  • All ice, block and cubes
  • Propane BBQ
  • Propane fish cooker
  • Deck chairs
  • Clothes lines and pins
  • Lake maps
  • Boats, motors & gas
  • Flotation devices
  • Landing nets & paddles
  • Minnow and leech buckets
  • Toilet paper
  • Satellite phone (minutes extra)
  • Memories of a lifetime

YOU SHOULD BRING:

  • Passport and identification. If driving, children under 16 require only a birth certificate and permission letter from both parents allowing you to cross the US/Canada border with the child.
  • Sleeping bags & pillow slips
  • Medication (plus a few extra days’ worth)
  • Rain gear & warm clothing
  • Rubber boots, extra footwear, and socks
  • Personal towels and toiletries
  • Dishtowels and cloths
  • Extension cords for CPAP machines
  • Camera and flashlight
  • Extra batteries for your electronics
  • Hats, sunglasses & sunscreen
  • Bug repellent and mosquito coils
  • Playing cards, reading material
  • Waterproof matches and lighter
  • Fishing rods—at least 2 per person
  • Tackle, fishing line, and clippers
  • Filet knife and sharpening stone
  • Stringer and multi-tool
  • Needle nose pliers or hook-out (no jaw spreader)
  • Portable depth finder
  • Small backpack for portages, and cooler for boats

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