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

Little Moose Lodge sits along the shores of Clearwater Lake. And clear water is exactly what you want for fishing Walleye, Muskie, and Large Mouth Bass. The lodge consists of a main lodge and cabins. Guests enjoy plenty of recreation and leisure activities including a lot of nature and wildlife.

The main lodge offers rustic charm with plenty of history. This is a place where you feel at home, and the staff is not only knowledgeable about fishing and hunting, but very hospitable too. Meals are served family style, and there is plenty of food to fill you up.

Fishing the Lakes Around Clearwater Lake

The Clearwater-Pipestone is a chain of eleven lakes that are fed by two rivers. This is an outstanding area for fishing because the Pipestone is very narrow and wild. This is not an oval lake, but a long series of inlets, sheltered bays, and islands. The habitat is perfect for growing trophy-sized fish.

The waters outside of the lodge are that of Clearwater Lake, which has a depth of 80 feet. Many of the lakes feature natural structures where fish congregate. If you understand the fish, then you have no problem stalking the trophy Walleye, Bass, and Northern Pike. Expect to find shelves, rocks, reefs, sandy flats and submerged obstacles such as logs. The inland bays and calmer areas have lovely weedy patches that are a haven for Northern Pike.

The Fish of the Clearwater-Pipestone

The local lakes are teaming with fish making this an absolute paradise for Walleye, Muskie, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Perch, Crappy, and Bass. Smallmouth Bass and Largemouth Bass: If you love bass fishing then this should be a fishing haven for you. The pre-spawn and spawn patterns work well especially in shallow water. Walleye are found all along the 70 miles of lake shore and waters. They range in size from 1-3 pounds, but the trophy Walleyes tip the scale in the 5-12 pound range. Muskie are a sports fishermen dream. As the largest of the predatory fish in Canada, Muskies get HUGE. We are talking fish that range in length from 30-42 inches as standard fish while the trophy Muskie reach upwards of 48-50 inches. The second largest predatory fish is the Northern Pike. These fish lurk and then snatch prey. Where the Muskie is hard to catch, the Northern Pike is a much more realistic target. That is not to say you should not target the Muskie but remember that they are known as the "Fish of 10,000 casts" for a reason.

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