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Slate Falls Outposts
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Slate Falls Outposts is based out of Sioux Lookout and provide guests with well-appointed cabins that are within a 30-45 minute flight from the base. Guests of Slate Falls Outposts target Walleye and Northern Pike. This is a conservation lodge and that means big fish. Their conservation policy has been in effect for the past two decades so when you fish here, you feel the improvements. For Anglers that means big fish and lots of them.

Lodging with Slate Falls Outposts

The cabins are spread out on Eagle Island on Lake St. Joe, Root Bay on Lake St. Joe, Minniss Lake, Maskara Lake, and Hooker Lake. Lake St. Joe offers four cabins that feature boardwalks, a fish cleaning station, floating docks, propane BBQ with deep fryer, a woodshed full of cut firewood, and lawns. Inside find full sized kitchens with gas stove and oven, solar lighting, bedrooms that hold two anglers, solar power fridge and freezers, and a wood burning stove. There is running water and a three piece bathroom too.

Minniss Lake offers two cabins that are both three bedroom floor plans and similarly equipped to those at Lake St. Joe.

Maskara Lake is a single two bedroom cabin with covered porch, comfortable seating and many of the amenities found in Lake St. Joe units.

The details about Hooker Lake are apparently well guarded as the lodge did not provide any information about the outpost.

Fishing with Slate Falls Outposts

Hooker Lake is huge. It offers outstanding fishing and water connectors to many other lakes. Expect a lot of islands, hidden bays, coves, and deep sections.

Maskara Lake is a dark water lake where the fishing for Walleye and Northern Pike is easy. This is a great place for families as the kids have no problem hooking fish.

Minniss Lake is a big lake with many different fishing habitats. There are a lot of islands and ranges in depth to 120 feet. This is a place to fish for Northern Pike as the shallows offer plenty of weedy beds where the big Pike like to lurk.

Lake St. Joe is over 80 miles long and offers some of the best fishing around. If you want big Walleye, this is the spot. Even big Northern Pike are plentiful here.

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