Boats, Equipment, and Supplies

Our standard 16 foot fiberglass boats are powered by new and nearly new 15 HP 4-stroke Honda motors. Gas, anchors, and safety necessities are included.

If you prefer to bring your own boat, 10% will be deducted from the bill FOR TWO PERSONS BUT THEY WILL HAVE TO buy or BRING FUEL for the boat.

Many of our remote lakes have boats on them. You can take our portable gas motors along with you to these lakes, secure them to the boat, and away you go. Feel free to bring a canoe for the quietest approach to fish on these remote lakes.


Upgrade Boats

Due to the popularity of our Upgrade Boats, we have expanded our offerings. All the upgraded boats now have depth finders and swivel seats.

USD $20 per day per boat

USD $125 per week per boat

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Each cabin has its own dock, THAT WAY YOU CAN ENJOY YOUR PRIVACY AND LEAVE ALL OF YOUR GEAR IN THE BOAT AT NIGHT. Most docks can easily accommodate 4 boats. We do not have 120V power outlets at ALL OF our docks. BUT YOU CAN USE THE ONE IN THE FISH HOUSE. If your boat has an onboard charger, please inquire with us about an extension cord and we will run one to your dock.

Bait, Fish Cleaning, and Freezers

Worms are the most commonly used bait. Live minnows are not allowed in Quebec. Leeches may be used but will have to be purchased.

The fish cleaning house was recently remodelled. Enjoy a nearly bug-free screened room with multiple sinks and fish cleaning stations.

Freezer space is provided for your fish. Let us know if you are planning on having fish mounted so we can help you prepare the fish for the journey home.

Fishing Seminar, Lake Maps, GPS Coordinates for Hot Spots

New! A Fishing Seminar will be held on Sunday morning at 11 AM to help ALL our anglers who wish to attend. We will discuss what to use, where to go, and how to catch them. You’ll also get:

A map of the lake

GPS coordinates to locate important points on the lake