Little Missinaibi Lake Outpost
Guests: 6 to 10
Flight Distance: 57 miles, 24 minutes
Fly-in/Out Days: Open
Fish Species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout
Lake Size: 4848 acres, large
Shoreline: 125 miles (202 km)
Portage Lakes: Cam Lake, Elbow Lake, Trump Lake, Little Missinaibi Falls
Other Camps on Lake: Yes, One other Outfitter Outpost Camp
Little Missinaibi Lake is 20 miles long & ½ mile wide. It has a rocky, winding shoreline with numerous long bays, islands and weed beds. The average depth is 15 feet with some spots 35 feet deep. This lake is known for producing large numbers of Walleye in the 1.5 to 2 pound range.
Lots of average sized Northern Pike come from these waters with the occasional fish measuring 35 to 40 inches.
Cam Lake – Tie up the boats on the boat ramp located on Little Missinaibi and walk the 15 minute trail to Cam Lake. You can stay a night or two at our rustic outpost camp. Northern Pike & Walleye.
Elbow Lake – When the water is high you can drive your boat down the river to Elbow Lake. If the water level is low take a canoe. Northern Pike.
Trump Lake – Take the canoe up to Elbow Lake then portage with the canoe to Trump Lake, paddle to the Island where we have 2 boats and motors and a campsite (permit required). This lake is very deep, try trolling the West side with down riggers. Lake Trout.
Little Missinaibi Falls – Find the bottom of the falls by parking your boat and walking a stunningly beautiful portage trail. Fish off the rock shoreline and catch your limit of Walleye.
- Running Water: Yes
- Washroom: Outdoor
- Shower: Outdoor
- Fridge: Propane with freezer
- Stove: Propane Stove
- Lights: Propane
- Electricity: No
- BBQ: Propane
- Heating: Wood Stove/li>
- Deck: Yes, screened
- Radio or Satellite Phone: No
- Boats: 14′ Naden with swivel seats
- Motors: 8HP Mercury 4-stroke
- Other: Canoe, Minnow buckets, Axe, Buck Saw