Halley's Camps

Halley's Camps

Trapline Lake Outpost

2014-trapline-lakeThis is the perfect fly in outpost lake for wilderness adventure with a group of family members or old buddies. Trapline Lake has been a treasured outpost camp for many years because of the great Canadian fly in fishing. When the time came to build a new cabin here in 2010, we returned to tradition. The hand hewn logs raised by our own skilled crew are truly a part of the north. You will enjoy an incredibly spacious living area, well equipped kitchen and four carpeted bedrooms as well as a solar system that powers the lights and electric fridge. The two bathrooms with showers and flushing toilets are especially nice after spending all day on the lake chasing trophies.

Trapline Lake, known for large walleyes, has an abundance of walleye and northern pike. These waters are also a tributary to the English River. This is a dynamite lake to fish while having the luxuries of home in this castle in the Canadian north.

Native Fish

Walleye, Northern, and Lake Trout (in portage lake)

Portage Lakes

Elbow: Accessible by boating up the creek, the lake is 5 miles long
Fish: Walleye and NorthernNorth Lake: 100 yard portage, 2-14’ boat w/ 6 hp, lake is 3 miles long
Fish: Walleye and Northern

Wilson: 20 yard portage, 2-14’ boats with 6 hp, lake is 6 miles long

Fish: Walleye, Northern, and Lake Trout

Trapline Guests

For 4-12 people

Trapline Rates

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

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Boats and Motors

5-16’ Lund boats with 15 hp motors

Fly-in Information

Departure time: 6:00 a.m.
Distance from River Air, Minaki: 35 miles
Flight time: 20-25 minutes