Borel Lake Outpost
Guests: 4 to 8
Flight Distance: 32 miles, 14 minutes
Fly-in/Out Days: Any
Fish Species: Walleye, Northern Pike
Lake Size: 1,200 acres, average
Shoreline: 23 miles (37 km)
Portage Lakes: Bev Lake
Other Camps on Lake: No
Most of our guests who go to Borel Lake find it an easy lake to fish since fish seem to congregate in the same areas year after year and the lake produces a great number of walleye and northern on a regular basis. The fishery keeps improving to the point where guests are now catching walleye in the 25 to 29 inch range while at the same time catching a ‘pile’ of walleye of various sizes.
The fact that there are sections of Borel Lake over 75 feet in depth, the water is a tea stained colour, the turbidity level is high (suspended particles that are barely visible), and there are several streams coming into and leaving the lake, all are factors that make Borel Lake such a tremendous walleye fishery.
Our six-eight person cabin is the only cabin on the lake.
The only portage off Borel Lake is Bev Lake which guests can reach after a five minute walk. This lake has been a catch and release lake for a long time. When the winds blow from the south east walleye stack up along a particular cliff face resulting in ‘a fishing experience to remember’.
- Running Water: Yes
- Washroom: Outdoor
- Shower: Yes
- Fridge: Propane Fridge
- Stove: Propane Stove
- Lights: Solar electric
- Electricity: No
- BBQ: Propane
- Heating: Wood Stove
- Deck: Yes
- Radio or Satellite Phone: Yes, available to rent
- Boats: 14′ Naden/Lund with swivel seats
- Motors: 8HP Yamaha motors
- Other: Boxspring and Mattress Single Beds, Propane Fish Cooker
Air Service provided by Howey Bay Resort on Red Lake