My Lake Outpost
Includes: Complete cooking and eating utensils, sink, shower, hot and cold running water, and two (2) boats with 8HP motors.
About My Lake
Our outpost on My Lake is 44 miles northwest of Red Lake. It has plenty of bays and inlets for exceptional walleye and northern pike fishing. There is a beautiful sand beach next to the cabin. In addition, there are two portage lakes, Bella Lake and Narrow Lake. We are the only tourist outfitter on the lake.
Fishing typically consists of mid-lake reefs and structure for walleye. Shallow weedy points and hidden inlets hold trophy class northern pike, similar to other locations. Trophy northern pike and walleye are not uncommon at this location.
We have a strict catch and release policy for trophies, ensuring world class fishing for many generations to come.
Constructed on site, from local pine logs, the cabin provides two (2) bedrooms accommodating up to four (4) people, and features solar powered 120V lights and electricity. The cabin is very well equipped with a propane range, fridge, freezer, mattresses, and three-piece bathrooms (urinal, sink and shower), and complete with hot and cold running water. A charcoal barbecue on the deck is also included.
2023 Rates, Schedules, and Flight Information
$300.00 USD per-person deposit required.
Deposits are Non-Refundable.
My Lake Outpost operates on weekly reservations running from Friday Departure times are between 9:00 – 10:00 am CST. Please confirm at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure.
- * Rates are based on utilizing aircraft to travel to and from locations.
- † Each person is permitted 150lbs of baggage. Additional weight will be charged at $2.50/lb, and is strictly enforced for My Lake Outpost.
- ‡ Superior Airways Limited provides exclusive travel to all Chimo Lodge and Outpost locations. Their main float base is located at 68-Howey Street, Red Lake, ON.
The future is brighter than ever for the fishing at Chimo Lodge, I sincerely believe this to be true. In the years to come my own sons will be able to carry on the tradition of annual fishing trips to this very special place.”