Mahekun Lake is located 65 air miles north of Lynn Lake. Mahekun is a larger lake with many feeder creeks, bays, narrows and islands. With a short portage you can fish Kat Lake which is a stained lake that is fed by two river systems. The lake is approximately 6 miles around and has feeder creeks, bays and several islands. Trophy Pike in the 15-25 lb. range are common in both Mahekun and Kat , with fish up to 35 lbs. taken. Walleye are numerous in the 2- 6 lb. range. Arctic Grayling are caught in the river outlet of Kat Lake.
New Lodge built in 2005 opening in 2006!
All of our outpost camps can accommodate up to 8 people and are fully equipped with hot showers, running water, propane lights, heat, range, barbecue grill, fish fryers, refrigerator, deep freeze, cooking utensils, boats, motors, mixed gas, life preservers and satellite phones for communication.
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Our lakes are located in the heart of unspoiled wilderness and are only reachable by float plane, ensuring you a private fishing experience.
All of our lakes provide exceptional fishing for Trophy Pike and Walleye. In addition, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling are available at some lakes. We operate the only camps on our lakes. We have camps located on LBZ, Preston, Long, Kat, Carlson, and Brisebois Lakes.
All six of our outpost camps are located on Manitoba High Quality Lakes within a 70 mile radius of Lynn Lake Manitoba.
A deposit of $500/person is required to confirm your reservation.
7 Full Days 3,4 & 5 Day trips available
Permanent paneled cabins / carpeted bedrooms
Accommodations for 2 - 12 people/ camp
Single Bunks - Bring your own sleeping bag
Mixed gas, life cushions, cradle nets and paddles
Propane deep freeze, refrigerator, cooking stove with oven, gas lanterns and grills.
16 foot aluminum Lund boats
8 Hp Mercury and Yamaha Motors
Float Plane transportation from Lynn Lake to camp and return.
Weight limit of 100 lbs of food and gear per person!
Satellite telephone communication.
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