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Webequie First Nation

Kanuchuan Outpost Camp

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Your Fishing Adventure Begins Here

Imagine fishing deep into Northern Ontario, 400 miles from the U.S. border. Pristine, beautiful nature with some of the best fishing in the region! We are the only cabin on this lake (located along the Winisk River system).

 

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Package

Please Note: Minimum number of guests per trip is 6.

  • Private Charter Flight from Thunder Bay
  • Transfer to float plane; flight into outpost camp
  • Carry on weight limit of 125 lbs. per guest
  • Beer/pop/bottled water may be preordered to help alleviate weight restrictions; s/h charge
  • Camp attendant (clean/gas boats, after dark escort back to camp, assistance pinching hook barbs)
  • Guide service and shore lunch preparation (at additional cost)
  • Trail radio communication with base
  • Complete kitchen facilities (propane stove w/oven, refrigerator w/freezer, chest freezer)
  • Complete supply of cooking utensils and cutlery
  • Complete supply of cooking utensils and cutlery
  • Log cabin
  • Bunkbeds with quality twin mattresses
  • Hot and cold running water (shower and sink); *No indoor toilet
  • Solar lighting and gasoline generator
  • 14 foot deep-V Lund boats (2 fishermen per boat)
  • New 15 hp Mercury outboard motors
  • Swivel boat seats with cushions, life vests
  • Fish cradles provided (no nets allowed)
  • Fish cleaning house
  • Propane outdoor barbeque grill

 

Catch and Release

All trophy fish Perma Mount.

Eat all you want 18 inches and under. Take home legal limit of Walleye.

Pinched Barbs Strictly Enforced.

 

Complete Package Costs

Departing Thunder Bay:

5 nights $1,045.00 U.S.D. per person + 13%
7 nights $1,215.00 U.S.D. per person + 13%

Fair exchange rate.

 

Contact Information

Mike Shewaybick (Owner)
Box 143 Webequie, ON
P0T 3A0
Phone: 807-353-1360
Res: 807-353-5487
Fax: 807-353-5488

 

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