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Kipawa Outpost
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

Kipawa Outpost sits along the shores of Kipawa Lake in beautiful Quebec. They offer camping, cabins, houseboats, and access to outstanding fishing. The lodge is fairly easy to find. They are right off of Kipawa Bay Road and not far off of Highway 101 a big East of Tee Lake. People enjoy the park-like setting amid the wild country. Fishermen have access to Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye, and Whitefish.

Fishing with Kipawa Outpost

Northern Pike here range to 15 pounds. It is possible to catch larger and most are in the 15-inch range. You will find Northern Pike along the edges of the lake in quiet bays where the weeds grow. These are big lurking predators who wait for a meal to swim past. You can entice them strike with minnow lures and spoons, but be sure to use a weed-guard. A dry fly is also a perfect temptation, especially those of the small rodent or mammal variety.

The Lake Trout here are in the 15-20 inch range and run about 10 pounds. You will find them all over the lake depending on the temperature. The hotter days, they head to deeper water. The colder mornings you might find them closer to shore.

The Walleye here are in the 13-20 inch range and are usually under 3 pounds.

Overall, expect a lot of fishing action and many opportunities to reel in fish after fish.

The Accommodations at Kipawa Outpost

Guests have a variety of lodging options from pitching a tent to renting a houseboat. If you opt for a cabin, they come with a full kitchen, heating source, hot water, indoor plumbing, including showers and are fully furnished. You will need to bring your own bedding and sleeping bags are perfect. The cabins hold up to six guests and offer basic amenities. Expect sitting areas, dining area, and views of the lake.

You are welcome to bring your trailer or RV. They offer hookups, electricity, and hot water and showers. At the outpost, you can pitch a tent and set up camp. They even supply wood for your campfire. For trailers, they have only 20 spaces so book ahead.

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