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Moose Point Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Moose Point Lodge sits on the shores of Shikag Lake and offers guests a beautiful location with plenty of fast fishing action. The lodge is perfect for families, corporate getaways or a fishing trip with the guys.

Lodging with Moose Point Lodge

Guests stay in one of the five cabins that sit beside Moose Point Lodge. The cabins range in size from two bedrooms to four bedroom floor plans. Each has a comfortable living room, full kitchen, their own water heater, a wood burning stove, and 24 hour electricity.

There are three outpost cabins also. All three sleep up to eight people, and one of them offers an awesome location on its own island. All three cabins feature solar lighting, hot and cold running water, kitchens, and indoor showers. Guests can also take advantage of the lodges grocery plan for those who do not want to shop for groceries on the way to the lodge. Overall, expect well-kept accommodations that are comfortable and warm in a place where the fishing is good.

Fishing with Moose Point Lodge

Shikag Lake is a conservation lake that offers fishermen more than 130 miles of jagged shoreline, islands, bays, and narrows. The fishing here is easy. The lake has an average depth of just 20 feet making it a warm lake and for fishermen that means early season action and a longer fishing season. The conservation program is catch and release or catch-and-consume. Trophy fish are release only and there are big fish in the lake. Most people come to fish for the big Walleye. By big we mean 18 inches and larger. Other species include Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. A trophy Northern Pike is considered anything over 27 inches, but expect Northern Pike in the 27-40 inch range. For Smallmouth Bass, anything over 16 inches is released.

The lodge suggests that you bring two rods. One light-medium action for Bass and Walleye, and the second a medium action rod for Pike. Both Walleye and Bass setups include 6-8 pound line while Northern Pike require 10-14 pound line. If bringing a single rod, make it a medium action with a medium reel. Good tackle include jigs and Rapalas for Walleye, 3-4 inch spoons for Northern Pike, and small spinners and crankbaits for Bass.

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