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Culverson Lake

Culverson Lake

Cabin Details

Our outpost on Culverson Lake is 90 miles North of Red Lake. Culverson Lake has a lot of bottom structure which makes for a very productive lake for both Walleye and Northern Pike.

A short portage will take you to Otter Lake.

Catch & Release Policy

To ensure that the well above average sized Walleye and Northern fishing continues on Hornby Lake, we recommend using barbless hooks and Catch and Release fishing. You can still eat fish while you’re here, but you can’t take your catch home. It also means trophy sized fish are to be released (Perma mount trophies can be arranged).

Capacity:
This cozy 2 bedroom log cabin can accommodate up to 4 people.

Housekeeping:
The cabin is equipped with a wood heater, electric lights, stove, two fridges with freezers, charcoal barbecue, beds with spring mattresses, complete cooking and eating utensils, sink and shower with hot and cold running water. There are two 14 ft. boats with 9.9 hp motors, seat cushions & boat seats.

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Rates

Group Size (per person) Rate (1st week) Rate (2nd week)
Rate per person, per week $1,120.00 $770.00
Children 14 and under $-200.00 $-200.00
* Prices shown in USD ** Ontario HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) Extra † All rates quoted in U.S. Funds or equivalent ‡ Deposit of $300.00 (U.S.) per person is required

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    What to Bring

    • Sufficient food and refreshments
    • Passport
    • Ontario Outdoors Card
    • Sleeping bag or blanket
    • Pillowcases
    • Bath towels
    • Dishcloths and towels
    • Toilet paper
    • Personal gear
    • Lightweight, warm, windproof clothing
    • Rainwear
    • Hat
    • Life vests
    • Fishing rod and reel
    • Fishing tackle
    • Landing net
    • Camera
    • First aid kit
    • Flashlight
    • Freezer paper or plastic bags to wrap fish
    • Cooler to take your fish out

    Are you ready for your next fishing adventure?

    Schultz Lake was the most memorable. We portaged into one of the 2 portage lakes, and in a manner of 4 hours I personally had 35 walleyes – smallest was 22″ and largest was 30″

    Davin Epenn
    Culverson Lake
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