Guests: 6 to 8 Flight Distance: 195 miles, 82 minutes Fly-in/Out Days: Friday to Friday/Tuesday Fish Species: Walleye, Northern Pike Lake Size: 10,423 acres, very large Shoreline: 303 miles (487 km) Portage Lakes: No, but the nearest camp (Hearst Air’s Canada Outpost) is over 30 miles downstream. Other Camps on Lake: Yes
The Attawapiskat river is a famous water system know best for its trophy fishing. There is NO better trophy pike and trophy walleye fishing in Northern Ontario. The amount of big fish in this river never ceases to amaze even the most discriminating fishermen. The log cabin at Pym Island will be your home for the duration of your stay. This location is still an outpost camp, which houses only one group at a time, but you will have the added bonus of having a professional experienced river guide for the group. The guide ensures your group the best access to the river’s amazing fishing no matter what the water levels or weather patterns come up during your stay. River fishing is very different than lake fishing in our parts and with such a destination; it is great to know that your only focus needs to be on the fishing and not having to learn the rivers way. The guides work very hard for your group’s particular schedule and fishing needs. Your trip, your schedule. This is the best choice for trophy pike and trophy walleye for everyone in the group.
No, but the Attawapiskat is a large river system.
Running Water: Yes
Fridge: Propane with freezer
Stove: Propane Stove
Heating: Wood Stove
Deck: Large Deck
Radio or Satellite Phone: No
Boats: 20′ Freighter Canoes
Motors: 15HP Mercury 4-stroke
Other: Guided, Propane Fish Cooker
Hearst Air Pym Island Outpost on the Attawapiskat River