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Latreille Lake Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

Latrielle Lake Lodge is a fly-in lodge that is East of Red Lake and is only reachable by float plane. The lodge is an easy 65 mile flight from Red Lake and offers outstanding fishing on four lakes. Guests lodge at the main lodge or one of the outpost cabins.

Lodging with Latrielle Lake Lodge

Guests who lodge at the main site have access to one of ten double occupancy rooms which also share four bathrooms. There is a large dining area where food is prepared by staff. Expect home cooked meals with wonderful desserts and plenty of it. The common area offers over 800 square feet of amenities such as TV, game tables. There is a cabin on site that sleeps upwards of eight people and has four bedrooms equipped for two people each.

There are two outpost cabins. Margaret Lake Outpost sleeps up to ten people. The cabin offers a fully equipped kitchen, hot and cold running water, wood stove, living room, and shower. This is a three bedroom unit. Outside find a 4-burner outdoor stove, gas grill, fire pit, and picnic table. This is a good lake for Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. Expect Pike in the 3-5 pound range with opportunities for larger fish.

Allison Lake Outpost also sleeps up to ten people. This unit features a large kitchen, three bedrooms, wood stove and shower. Outdoors is a gas grill, fish fryer, and picnic table. The fishing here is active. The lodge reports that guests have no problem catching 100-150 fish per day. Guests who lodge here have access to three connecting lakes for expanded fishing opportunities.

Fishing with Latrielle Lake Lodge

Latrielle Lake Lodge is part of a small chain of lakes. Latrielle Lake connects to Margaret Lake via the Wenesaga River. Portage lakes include Allison Lake, Marsh Lake, and access to the Sesikinaga River. The fishing season here opens the third Saturday in May and lasts through the end of September. The lodge cleans and packages all fish for those who stay at the lodge. All of the lakes are conservation lakes which means that trophy fish are catch and release. You will need a conversation license for fishing. A conservation license allows you to keep only fish that you are eating with the exception of Trophy Fish which are released.

Overall, expect clean cabins/rooms, a friendly staff, and good fishing.

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