Guests: 4 to 5 Flight Distance: 142 miles, 60 minutes Fly-in/Out Days: Any Fish Species: Northern Pike, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass Lake Size: 533 acres, small Shoreline: 21 miles (33 km) Portage Lakes: Shikag Lake, Dasant Lake Other Camps on Lake: No. There are three outpost camps on Shikag Lake and one on Dasant Lake.
Pipio Lakes is located 145 miles north of our base and just to the east of Shikag Lake. On Pipio Lake we have built a neat log cabin that can accommodate small parties of 3-5 fishermen. Pipio Lake is a couple miles wide and a couple miles across. You can go down the Shikag River a mile or two and fish the large bays on the east end of Shikag Lake. You can also pull your boat over a small beaver dam and fish a long arm of Pipio Lake that has some great walleye and some smallmouth bass fishing when they are biting. These lakes are loaded with an abundance of walleyes and northerns plus a bonus of some smallmouth bass for the fisherman that can entice them into hitting his bait. Don’t miss out on one of these trips. Like one of our clients said when he returned from his fly-in fishing trip in this area: “You folks put on one hell-of-a-show.”
From Pipio Lake you can go down the Shikag River a mile or two and fish the large bays on the east end of Shikag Lake. You can also pull your boat over a small beaver dam and fish a long arm of Pipio Lake that has some great walleye and some smallmouth bass fishing when they are biting. Dasant Lake is connected to Pipio Lake by a small stream. This lake is 4-5 miles long and a couple of miles across.
Running Water: Yes
Lights: Electric, Solar
Electricity: Yes, solar electric
Heating: Wood Stove
Radio or Satellite Phone: No
Boats: 14′ Lund/Alumarine with padded swivel seats
Motors: 6HP Yamaha 2-stroke motors
Other: Propane Fish Cooker
Air Service provided by:
Northern Wilderness Outfittters
Fort Frances, Ontario