Our camp is run as
light housekeeping so you need to bring your own groceries, your
beverage of choice (no glass if possible, beer in aluminum cans),
fishing tackle, rain gear, bug spray, sun tan lotion, sun glasses,
hat, sleeping bag and a change of clothes to cover from warm days
to cooler nights.
We suggest you bring only your light tackle with you, 10 to 15 lb
test, and will find that a large variety of tackle will work. We
suggest if you have only two pieces of tackle in your tackle box
that it include the #2 Red and White and the 5 of Diamonds. Good fishing success has been had using larger plugs like the rapala and xrap.
Some of our guests have brought their own depth finders, but is
not a necessity as the early season as the fish are all caught in
shallow water. It can be an aid in September when the Lake Trout
are in the 40 to 50 feet of water. Each boat is equipped with a
map of the lakes to take with them and our first time guests will
be given a guided tour of the lakes and shown our hot spots to fish.
We provide pillows, bath towels, paper towels, hand soap, shampoo, toilet paper,
and have a laundry facility at the lodge. Your fishing license
can be picked up at Voyage Air the day of your departure to the
lodge for those who have not picked them prior to leaving for Buffalo