What To Bring On Your Trip

  • lunch porchsmSeasonal clothing, rain gear, fishing gear, beverages, camera, film, insect repellent, personal toilet items, snacks, and cooler.
  • Each person of legal age may import 24 cans of beer or 40 oz. of liquor, one carton of cigarettes. or 20 cigars. No handguns, pepper spray, radar detectors, or live bait.
  • Hunters bring licenses from previous year or hunters safety certificate.
  • PASSPORTS will be required to enter both Canada & the U.S.A

FISHING GEAR You may bring nite crawlers into Canada packed in bedding only. No live leeches or minnows allowed.  Live Bait is available at camp. We have gas (both mixed and regular).har SL

WALLEYE – 6’ to 7’ spinning gear with 6-10# test line, optional bait casting gear with 10-12# test line for trolling and bottom bouncing lindy rigs, spinner rigs and crawler harnesses (gold, silver, chartreuse, orange), jigs 1/16 to 1/2 oz., assortment of shallow and deep diver cranks (rainbow trout, silver, gold, perch or firetiger).

BASS – 6’7’ spinning gear with 4-8# test line, tube jigs, twisters, #1-#3 french or vibrex spinners, topwaters, chuggers, cranks, small spinnerbaits, 4″ worms, craws, and slugos.

PIKE – 6’ – 71/2’ spinning or casting rod with 12-17# test, 1/2 to 11/2 oz, wire lindy rigs and 1/4 – 3/4 oz jigs for live baiting, spinner baits, spoons, large cranks and jerks (fire tiger always good all around color for pike).

MUSKY – 6 1/2’ – 7 1/2’ rod with high quality casting reel and 27-36# mono or dacron or 60-80# super line, 7’ – 9’ trolling rod with level wind reel and 20-40# test dacron or 60-80# super line, 7’ – 9’ trolling rod with level wind reel and 20-40# test mono, 12″ – 20″ – 100# mono or wire leaders for casting and 36″ – 40″ for trolling, large net or cradle, file for sharpening hooks, a long tape measure spinnerbaits, bucktails, topwater, cranks, jerks, and rubberbaits (some bright gaudy colors for sunny and natural and darker colors for overcast or windy days).