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Halley's Camps
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Boat In Camp Drive In Camp Fly In Camp

Halley's Camps is an assortment of fishing and hunting destinations. They offer a range of different lodge with different amenities. They also have a long list of Fly-In Outposts that put you on a remote lake where the fishing is amazing.

Guests have the option of picking a lodge or an outpost. The Lodges typically offer more amenities, and the outposts offer more peace and quiet and a cozy, comfortable place to stay.

The Lodges and the Cabins

The three lodges are found at Caribou Falls Landing, Kettle Falls Landing, and One Man Lake. Caribou Falls Landing is a drive in lodge with housekeeping. The Kettle Falls Lodge is a boat or fly-in Lodge. The One Man Lake Lodge is a very exclusive boat or fly-in lodge.

The outposts provide access to remote lakes. The following list of lakes is serviced by Halley's Camps. Bee Lake, Chase Lake, Dowswell Lake, Moosehorn Lake, Rex Lake, Right Lake, Salvesen Lake, Sharpstone Lake, Trapline Lake, and Wingiskus Lake. If you love remote fishing and don't mind staying in a remote location, then this is a good option for you. The best tip is to do a little research on these lakes and see which one fits your fishing style the most. Being remote they offer different types of fish and fishing.

Whichever option you choose, Halley's Camps supplies the best equipment and the best boats for your use.

What kind of Fishing Should I Expect?

The answer to that question depends on the lake that you choose. Many lakes offer good fishing for Lake Trout and Walleyes. Some may have Trophy sized Northern Pike in them. Most will not likely have Smallmouth Bass as those were introduced. Many of the lakes have Whitefish and or Perch. You may also encounter Brook Trout and Muskie.

Many fishermen come to target the Walleye, which are common in the 8-15 inch range, but also reach upwards of 33 inches. Walleyes have a huge mouth and that mouth is for gulping minnows. That is the bait of choice so be prepared to rig a jig with a live minnow if you want to tempt the trophy Walleye to strike your line. If you want to fish for the monsters, those would be the Northern Pike. With a mouth that is full of 700 plus teeth, these fish mean business. Expect to find Northern Pike in the 18-50-inch range and some may weigh 40 plus pounds. When you find a lake with Smallmouth Bass, they range from 10-23 inches.

The big tip for guests of this lodge is to bring a variety of gear. The Lodge will supply most of it, but you might want to target the fish in a different way.

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