Guests: 4 to 8 Flight Distance: 41 miles, 18 minutes Fly-in/Out Days: Any Fish Species: Northern Pike, Lake Trout Lake Size: 2466 acres, above average Shoreline: 29 miles (46 km) Portage Lakes: No Other Camps on Lake: No
The Pine Needle Fly-In Outpost can accommodate up to eight people in the pristine Canadian wilderness you dream of. This large, secluded cabin has many modern conveniences. Pine Needle Lake is a catch and release lake, but be prepared for trophy-sized lake trout and northern pike that are told of only in stories.
Pine Needle offers one large cabin that was built new in the summer of 1999. The cabin has two separate bedrooms, and a large living area. Its facilities include a propane fridge, stove, chest freezer, gas grill, fish cooker, and solar lighting. Pine Needle is 60 miles from our air base in Ear Falls. There you’ll also find fourteen foot Lund boats comfortably seating two people in swivel seats and powered by like-new 9.9 horsepower Yamaha outboards. Life jackets, landing nets, and 300 gallon fuel tanks supply the camp. In the evenings, relax with a great meal in front of the windows overlooking the lake after fishing eight miles of crystal clear water with a combination walleye outpost available.
Running Water: Yes
Fridge: Propane with freezer
Stove: Propane Stove
Heating: Wood Stove
Deck: Screened-In Porch
Radio or Satellite Phone: No
Boats: 14′ Lund
Motors: 9.9HP Yamaha
Showalter’s Fly-In Outpost on Pine Needle Lake