EXPERIENCE THE MOST AMAZING GETAWAY AT
Rex Lake Outpost
Rex Lake lies in a basin of sedimentary rock, which makes it an ideal habitat for crayfish. Where crayfish are abundant, so are smallmouth bass, and Rex Lake has some of the largest, healthiest smallmouth bass in Canada. “If you’ve ever wanted to add a trophy bass to your list,” says Gene Halley, “this is the place to do it.”
The three-bedroom cabin on Rex Lake is built of logs harvested from the area. Built in 1999, this cabin is modeled after our other outposts, with front walls filled with windows offering the incredible views that all our camps are known for.
The cabin at Rex will accommodate 4 to 6 fishermen in wilderness comfort.
While you’re bound to catchy trophy smallmouth bass and northern pike at Rex, there’s a lot of potential for side trips. Only 2 portages away, Little Rex is famous for its walleye fishing, and you’ll probably want to take a few of the smaller ones back for a feast on the deck of the cabin. The northern pikes at Moose Lake will keep your lines busy all day.
July 27 – August 03, 2019
August 10 – 17, 2019
September 14 – 21, 2019
We strive to keep our online availabilities up-to-date, however it is always best to call us for current availabilities.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Call 1-800-465-3325 today!
What to Bring?
- 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
- 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