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Bolton Lake Lodge and Outposts
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $3,000 to $4,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

Bolton Lake Lodge & Outposts offers cabins on Aswapiswanan Lake, Joint Lake, and their main lodge on Bolton Lake. This is a remote fishing lodge with access to fly-in fishing, big Trophy fishing, and is a perfect getaway for anyone who wants to hang out in pristine wilderness, fish or hunt.

Lodging with Bolton Lake Lodge & Outposts

The main lodge on Bolton Lake is a full-service facility. All guests have to do is sit back and fish. The lodge provides meals, guided fishing, and a comfortable place to stay. The main lodge is where dining and socialization occur and features a fully licensed lounge. Guests are housed in a series of cabins that offer electricity, propane heat, comfortable beds, private bathrooms, heat, bar-fridge, furnished deck, and carpeted floors. Coffee is served to you in your room and breakfast and dinners occur at the main lodge.

The outpost at Aswap Lake is a fly-in fishing adventure. The cabin is large, with private bedrooms, bunk beds, dining area, full kitchen, and wall heat. The cabin also comes with all the basic fishing gear you need and sleeps up to eight guests. Lights are via solar power and there are hot showers.

Joint Lake Outpost is the same as Aswap Lake with the addition of excellent fishing for Trophy Northern Pike, Walleye, and Lake Trout.

Fishing with Bolton Lake Lodge & Outposts

Aswap Lake is perfect for Trophy Northern Pike, and has four 14-foot boats each equipped with a 15 HP motor.

Joint Lake Outpost is the place for excellent fishing for Trophy Northern Pike, Walleye, and Lake Trout. The outpost cabin here offers four 14-foot boats with 15 HP motors.

Bolton lake is a perfect haven as it has plenty of Trophy Northern Pike, Trophy Walleye, and Trophy Lake Trout. The lodge holds only 26 guests at any given time and the lake offers 200-square miles of fishing.

For all three lakes early in the season — late May and early June, the fish are closer to shore. For big Trophy Northern Pike, head to the calm bays that offer big weed beds. You can also find Trophy Walleye here too.

Overall, expect a Trophy fishing expedition with comfortable and clean lodging in a beautiful setting.

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