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Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp sits 320 air miles from Winnipeg to the North. It is a two stop trip with the last leg only 20 miles in a float plane. Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp is pure wilderness. There is no town here, no roads, and the lodge is the only lodge on the lake. This is Big Walleye territory and Trophy Northern Pike are easily had. Lake Trout are also plentiful and big.

There is a single guest cabin here that holds upwards of 10 people and offers five private bathrooms. Expect hot and cold running water, a full kitchen, big dining and living area, screened porch with gas grill and chairs. The camp runs by solar power and water is purified via a reverse osmosis system. Outdoors is a gas grill and fire pit. The lodge provides groceries and there is even an ice machine. Expect a comfortable stay.

Fishing with the Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp

Guests fish from 16-foot boats with 20 hp motors. Boats come with depth finders, comfortable seats, life vests, nets and paddles. There are rods and reels, and some gear available for guest use.

If you love to fish for Walleye, then bring a light action rod as Walleye are know for their dainty approach to striking a hook. Expect Walleye in the 6-8 pound range. Vertical jigs work well for Walleye here.

Northern Pike a whole lot more aggressive and need a medium to heavy action pole with 12-20 pound line. Expect Northern Pike in the 44-inch range and 10-12 pounds plus in the early season.

Lake Trout a light rod with 8-pound test line is perfect. In summer they are found in 10-15 feet of water and often when you are fishing for Walleye.

Overall, expect an active lake for fishing with plenty of action and opportunity.


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