Halley's Camps

Halley's Camps

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.”

There’s a lot of potential for side trips out of Rex Lake. 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 have you busy catching pike all day long.

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. It will accommodate six fishermen in wilderness comfort.


Native Fish

Smallmouth, Northern, and Walleye (In portage lake)

Portage Lakes

Little Rex: First Portage is 10 yards, there is a boat to take you to the next portage

Second portage is 250 yards and has 2-14’ boats with 6 hp
Fish: Bass, Walleye, and Northern Pike

Moose Lake: 120 yard portage and there is 1-14’ boat with 4 hp
Fish: Northern Pike


Rex Guests

For groups 4-6 people

Rex Rates

Adults starting from $1,235.00
Kids starting from: $795.00

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Boats and Motors

3-16’ Lunds with 15 hp

Fly-in Information

Departure Time: 9:00 am
Distance from River Air, Minaki: 30 miles
Flight Time: 20-25 minutes

Contact Us
Halley's Camps
Box 15, Minaki, Ontario POX 1JO
Toll Free | 1-800-465-3325
P | 1-807-224-6531
F | 1-807-224-1060
[email protected]
Getting to know Halley's Camps

Gene Halley Owner / General Manager