-- a Canadian fly-in fishing trip to Loon Haunt's remote outpost cabins for Walleye and Northern Pike is the trip of a lifetime. Red Lake is a popular fly out center at the end of the highway, 200 miles north of International Falls, Minnesota.
We operate five fly-in outpost camps north of Red Lake Ontario, Canada, and offer the very finest in Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. We fly from Red Lake to our outposts located from as little as 30 miles north to as much as 70 miles north.
The following pages give details on each location as well as pictures of our remote outpost cabins. This site takes a while to load but we believe you will find it worth the wait. We have added links to more information on each location as well as our annual newsletter.
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Our Goose Lake camp is 65 miles northeast of Red Lake, Ontario. The only camp on this lake, we have outstanding Walleye and Northern fishing and offer a portage out trip to neighboring Nechigona Lake for our more adventurous guests. Goose Lake is about 7 square miles and offers a real diversity of fishing opportunities: plenty of structure, steep drop-offs, weedy bays, sunken reefs, and gravel beds.
Bill and Louise are the resident caretakers
and will look after all your needs. Our
practice of accepting a maximum of 24 guests
at one time assures you of privacy and
two room outpost is the only cabin on Monroe
Lake and is located on a small island that has
an outstanding view of the lake. The island is
also home to a pair of loons who nest on it
every year as do a pair of mergansers.
Constructed of horizontal tongue and groove
2x6 pine boards, this cozy cabin will sleep
six. There is a walk in pantry with ample
shelving for storage and a shower area with
wash basin. Boats are 14 foot Alumarines with
dependable 6 hp Yamaha outboards (plus one
spare motor). The boats are stored on the boat
ramp for ease of launching. Monroe Lake boasts
two portage-out lakes, one to the west (West
Lake) and one to the south (U Lake). Both
portage lakes have boats and motors ready and
waiting for you.
built the cabin on Poirier Lake using frame
construction and pine siding in the Spring of
1994 to accommodate parties of two only. It is
the only cabin on this Walleye and Northern
lake. The three room cabin has a separate
bedroom with two single beds that can be
rolled together for couples. A large
kitchen/dining area and a bathroom with sink
and shower complete the cabin. A spacious
attached deck holds the propane barbecue.
Poirier Lake also features a boat ramp, a
floating dock, and a 14 foot Alumarine boat
with a 6 hp Yamaha motor.
spacious one room cabin will accommodate eight
in comfort. It was built in 1984 by Bill using
horizontal tongue and groove 2x6 construction.
Our cabin is the only one on Unnamed Lake so
you will have complete privacy. The lake is
well sheltered, being almost like a chain of
small lakes about 10 miles long with numerous
bays and narrows where Walleye and Northern
are found. There is a portage out lake for
more Walleye and Northern action. The 14 foot
Lund and Alumarine boats are teamed with 9.9
hp Johnson motors
(one for each boat plus a spare).
Two large boat ramps facilitate easy
roomy cabin is a new log construction for 98
with two bedrooms that will accommodate six
people. Whitelaw runs a little deeper than our
other Walleye/Northern lakes. The dark stained
water makes for an incredible Walleye
population and great fishing at any time of
day. A favourite fishing spot is directly in
front of the cabin at the base of a burbling
rapids. Boats are 14 foot Alumarines with 6 hp
Yamaha outboards and a spare. There are no
other camps on the lake and we also have one
portage-out lake to explore. The water at
Whitelaw fluctuates a great deal but this
causes no problem as we have our boat launch
ramp and a floating dock.
Who We Are
We are owners, Bill and Louise Coppen, of Loon Haunt Outposts and have been entertaining guests with warm northern hospitality for more than 35 years.
an active interest in our guests and feel
fortunate over the years to be able to earn a
living surrounded by people we enjoy. We bring to
our work a wealth of experience and genuine love
for what we do. No problem is too big or too small
for Bill to handle. An accomplished bush pilot
with thousands of hours, he makes flying our bush
plane look easy as he handles the many flights of
the season. Louise is more at home on the ground
and will cheerfully help with locating fish, day
to day camp chores, and even with a fish filleting
lesson! Nothing is more important than the chance
to visit with our guests and share a story or
solve the world's problems.
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How To Reach Us
For air travel, contact Red Lake Travel Services at 1-800-465-3305.
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Just the Facts
All outposts are equipped with boats, motors, unlimited gasoline, comfortable beds with innerspring mattresses, pillows, pots and pans, dishes, utensils, and cutlery. The cabins feature solar electric lights, propane stove, refrigerator, and deep freeze, as well as hot and cold running water with showers, a gas grill and emergency communication radios.
Ontario fishing licences and
outdoor cards can be purchased online by
Flying in and out
Our Conservation Policy
Our pristine lakes have very limited fishing
pressure and it is our wish to preserve the
fantastic quality of this precious resource. To
this end we have adopted the following fishing
restrictions: no one is to harm in any way a
Walleye over 18 inches or a Northern over 27
inches. These fish represent our breeding stock
and must immediately be returned to the water
after catching. Grab ONE quick photo, but do not
put the fish on a stringer or delay its return
to the water. We encourage fishing barbless as
it reduces the mortality rate when catching and
releasing fish. It's possible to catch and
release hundreds of fish per day.
you to eat your fill of smaller fish but allow
no take home fish at all.
| How to make reservations
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us for available dates. Tentative arrangements
can be made by phone but all firm reservations
require a deposit ($300 US per person) at the
time of reservation. Deposits are transferable
with 60 days notice, but not refundable.
Personal cheques are accepted for deposits only.
The balance must be paid in full with a cashier's
cheque or cash before leaving camp. Our location
is such that we do not have a large volume of
traffic past our facilities. We must depend on
advance reservations. Once we reserve a cabin,
we remove it from the market refusing all other
requests. A booking must be accompanied by a
deposit within 2 weeks -- if not, the cabin is
opened up to other fishermen. Our policy is
intended to be fair to our guests, yet prevent
the loss of income to our business.
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