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  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Brown Bear Lake Outpost sits within the English River System and offers guests a secluded location where fishing for Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, and Lake Trout is wonderful. Guests fly out of downtown Kenora to the outpost...2 hours from Winnipeg and 2 1/2 hours from International Falls, MN.

Lodging at Brown Bear Lake Outpost

There is just the single Outpost on Brown Bear Lake. It offers remote and private setting from which guests enjoy their fishing vacation. The cabin comes with beautiful woodwork, a complete kitchen that offers full-sized appliances, stove, oven, two propane powered refrigerators with freezers, and all of the pots and pans you could need. There is also hot and cold running water for cooking and bathing, an indoor bathroom with shower. The lighting is via propane lights and a generator. There is a satellite phone for emergency use. Outdoors is both a BBQ and a propane powered deep fryer. The deck is screened and offers plenty of places to sit and relax without intrusion from the mosquitos.

Overall, Brown Bear Lake Outpost has everything anyone could want and excellent fishing

Fishing with Brown Bear Lake Outpost

Guests fish from 16-foot Lund boats with pedestal seats that swivel and that are powered by new Yamaha motors. The boats come with life jackets, landing nets, bait buckets, and paddles. The lodge also flies in every other day to check in on guests.

Fishing here allows guests to target Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, and Lake Trout .

If you like to fish for Lake Trout, then head to Beauty Lake, which is a portage lake. There is also ample opportunity to pound Smallmouth Bass if you find the shallow beds, especially early in the season. Bass here is good the biggest one thus far is 20 inches. The biggest Walleye reach 29 inches, and the biggest Northern Pike was 40 inches in length. If you fish early in the season, target the shallows that are close to shore and in the quiet bays. That water warms up quickly and the fish will move to those areas. Warmer water means plenty of food and in the early season, the fish are hungry.

If you want an outstanding place to enjoy a fishing vacation then head over to Brown Bear Lake Outpost. Visit the Canada Outfitters - Brown Bear Outpost page for additional info as well.

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