Outpost Camps

Margaret Lake Outpost

The Margaret Lake Outpost is located 65 miles east of Red Lake, Ontario (35 minute flight) and will accommodate groups from 4 to 10 with trip lengths from 4 to 7 days. It is located on the north shore of Margaret Lake and has a spectacular elevated view overlooking the landscape. There is usually a nice breeze coming from the southwest across the open waters to the outpost for a comfortable experience.

The cabin runs on a generator for lights and has a fully equipped kitchen with gas stove/oven, electric refrigerator and a sink with hot and cold running water. Also included is a large living room area with a wood burning stove, enclosed shower and three bedrooms. The outdoor area is furnished with a picnic table, four burner outdoor stove, gas outdoor grill as well as a fire pit for evening campfires.

Margaret Lake is the largest of all of the connecting lakes and is approximately 5 miles long and 1-1/2 miles wide at the widest point with additional fishing action in the Wenasaga River System and Latreille Lake. There is abundant walleye and northern pike averaging 3 to 5 pounds per catch with numerous fish caught above these averages.

Margaret Lake is a “For Consumption Only” lake which means there are no take home fish, and trophy fish must be photographed and released back into the waters. Conservation fishing licenses are mandatory. This is to ensure the sustainable ecosystem of our waters in cooperation with the Ministry of Natural Resources. Our cabin is the only one located on Margaret Lake. We will not allow our other fishing guests to enter Margaret Lake during your stay.

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Allison Lake Outpost

The Allison Lake Outpost is located 64 miles east of Red Lake, Ontario (32 minute flight) and will accommodate groups from 4 to 10 with trip lengths from 4 to 7 days. As the most remote outpost, the Allison Lake Outpost is without a doubt our most requested outpost. We will not allow fishermen staying at the Lodge or Margaret Lake Outpost to enter Allison Lake during your stay if the Allison Lake Outpost is occupied.

The cabin has a large kitchen area equipped with a large table, generator, electric refrigerator, four burner gas stove, and a sink with hot and cold running water. Also included is a huge living room area with a wood burning stove, enclosed shower and three bedrooms. The outdoor area is furnished with an elevated deck, picnic table, gas burner for fish frying and a gas outdoor grill.

Allison is not a large lake, but it is teaming with fish due to the fact that it is located on the Wenasaga River system. It is not uncommon for each fisherman to catch 100 fish per day. The lake is constantly being stocked with fish from the river system and proves to be a great experience.

Allison Lake has three different lakes that are connected together by breaks with rapids, and it is necessary to change boats to fish these separate water bodies. Walleye and northern pike team around the fast moving waters and are very healthy fish with walleye averaging 1-1/2 to 2 pounds per catch and northern pike averaging 3 to 5 pounds per catch, with numerous fish caught above these averages.

Allison Lake is a “For Consumption Only” lake which means there are no take home fish, and trophy fish must be photographed and released back into the waters. Conservation fishing licenses are mandatory. This is to ensure the sustainable ecosystem of our waters in cooperation with the Ministry of Natural Resources. Our cabin is the only one located on Allison Lake.

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Catch & Consume/Catch & Release Fishing

Margaret and Allison Outposts have a size limit restriction and “For Consumption Only Policy”, which means that there are no take home fish allowed, no trophy fish allowed, and each fisherman must have a conservation fishing license. The Ministry of Natural Resources can fine any person that does not adhere to this policy. Any fish that is not to be consumed must be photographed and released back into the water as soon as possible to eliminate stress on the fish and help sustain the ecosystem to provide future offspring to catch and release.

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Meals

Our guests at the Outpost Camps are responsible for their own meals, though we do keep the outposts stocked with staples like canned fruits and vegetables, onions, potatoes, and salt and pepper.

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LATREILLE LAKE LODGE
PO Box 874
Red Lake, Ontario P0V 2M0
Canada