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Booi's Fly-In Lodge and Outpost

Booi's Fly-In Lodge and Outpost
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Boois Fly-In Lodge & Outposts is a short 20-minute flight from Red Lake Ontario. This is a rural lodge and is only accessible by float plane. The lodge sits along the banks of Trout Lake, and the lake's name is no accident. This is an outstanding place for Lunker-sized Lake Trout. It is also home to some outstanding fishing for Walleye and Northern Pike.

Guests are housed in Chalet type cottages that sit right on the edge of the lake. The cottages are warm and comfortable and feature two bedrooms and two bathrooms. A propane fireplace keeps things cozy, and the plush leather couches and chairs provide a perfect place to rest up from a hard day of fishing. There are propane BBQs for your use, and the cottages come with an upper deck that gives access to the spectacular views of the Lake. Larger cottages include a four bedroom four baths or six bedrooms three bath option for larger groups. Each cottage contains a full kitchen equipped with everything that you need to make yourself at home.

Fishing with Boois Fly In Lodge & Outposts

Be sure to bring the appropriate lures for the season in which you visit. For spring, the lodge recommends a Jig set up with a Slug-go and spoons in the four plus inch range in bright colors such as silver, gold for Northern Pike. For Walleyes Jigs in the 1/4 ounce to 2-ounce range, Twister Tails, Tail Power bait, Mistie Shad and Little Joe Spinners. For Summer, Suicks both small and large, Johnson's Silver Minnow big silver and small and large gold chain swivel sinkers. Spinners or Mepps #5 blade. Color too think chartreuse, gold, gold and red, silver and red, all work well for Nothern Pike. For Walleye, the 1/2 ounce Jig in white, chartreuse and pink are hot. Little Joes in gold, silver or chartreuse work too. For fall Nothern Pike fishing, hit the 3/8 to 1/2 ounce Jig in bright colors such as Chartreuse, yellow, gold, and brilliant green. 3-4-inch spoons also work well in white and red or silver.

The Fish and the Lake

There is a lot of variety of food available for the fish in the lake. The fish mostly feed on aquatic insects for spring, summer, and fall. This produces some huge fish. The Northern Pike also feed on the smaller fish, and there are plenty of smaller fish to support a large population of Northern Pike. Three-pound Walleyes are common here, and you can easily catch 50 or more of them. There are also plenty of 6-10 pound Walleye available.

Overall, expect to catch a ton of fish and a good chance many of them will be large.

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