FLY IN FISHING AT ROBERT LAKE OUTPOST IN ONTARIO
Robert lake is known for its abundance of Perch, Walleye and Trophy Northern Pike. Biologists have explained to us that with large perch being a primary food source for “Predator fish” like northern pike, that it’s not unusual for northern pike to reach lengths from 40-50 inches. This is more than likely the reason our guests keep telling us about all the huge Norther Pike being caught on Robert. The portage lakes accessible from Robert will provide plenty of fishing excitement for those adventurous types. The variety and experience of fishing at Robert Lake and the lakes connected via portage have made this outpost a unique and exciting remote wilderness fishing experience. Imagine the stories you will tell from your fly in fishing trip on Lake Robert!
7 DAY TRIPS SATURDAY TO SATURDAY
Group of 2-3 people $1575 USD pp + tax
Group of 4-5 people $1345 USD pp + tax
Group of 6-8 people $1225 USD pp + tax
A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF $250 USD PER PERSON IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO SECURE YOUR BOOKING
Conservation “size restrictions” are in place on all our lakes, so that all our guests can experience truly great trophy fishing opportunities.
You are allowed to bring your limit of fish of home with you from the above lakes, but the size restriction is in place for take home fish. All walleye above 18” to be released, all northern above 27” to be released, the smaller fish are better eating.
A BETTER IDEA
If everyone in your group decides not to take fish home we will buy your license, $45.00 savings. If you want to bring fish home, you can use the money you save not buying your license and stop at Border Bob’s at the Falls. They have fresh frozen “lake of the woods walleye” and even have dry ice to keep them frozen until you get home. Either way, you can enjoy good eating from your fly in fishing trip to Robert Lake, Ontario.
If you’re considering a Fly In Outfitter that doesn’t have a conservation program either limiting fish coming out of the their lakes or size restrictions, the assumption is they don’t have much that needs protection. It only makes sense that if an outfitter has great lakes they would certainly do everything reasonable to protect such a valuable resource.
Call to book: 1-800-445-4624