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With the US Thanksgiving falling in the month of November, we embark on the opportunity to thank all our guests again for choosing Halley’s Camps as a fishing destination! Thank you!!
In October and November we sent out our letters for 2019 guests with reservations at Halley’s Camps. If you have not received a letter or email from us regarding your 2019 reservation, please contact us.
Barrier at One Man
This November we completed a project that has been on our to-do list for quite a number of years at One Man Lake Lodge. Near our solar panel, the point was eroding and washing away so we were able to put in some cement barriers to be able to stop the erosion on that side of the island. Mission completed!
We’ve Been Busy!
Our website has been redesigned for a more user-friendly experience and to better showcase your fishing photos. We hope you’ll find the new site easy to navigate and use.
At One Man Lake Lodge work has started on the retaining wall near the solar system. Before work could begin, we had to barge our backhoe down the river from Caribou to One Man.
In October we had two guided moose camps. Gene guided one group of two, who were successful with one bull moose. The other group of four was guided by Chris and Brian. Cliff is pictured above, on the right, with the first bull he’s ever taken. Travis, a moose guide in training, is pictured below: one boat towing a second boat loaded with one of the two moose they took.
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Ready to experience some of the best walleye, northern and smallmouth fishing in Canada? Whether you desire all the comfort and luxury of a lodge or the escape and adventure of an outpost experience, Halley’s Camps offers something unique for everyone.