| Outpost for 2 people
Fishing vacations at Loon Haunt Poirier Lake Outpost --Walleye and Northern Pike fishing exclusively for parties of 2.
North of Red Lake, Ontario
The Poirier Lake outpost with its sunny southern exposure is protected from cooling north winds. The stained water makes catching fish easy all day long. A diversity of gravel beds, sandy beaches and sunken reefs tantalize the angler. A favorite fishing spot is at the inlet directly across the lake from the cabin. Another small lake, accessible without portaging, affords more angling opportunities.
The cabin at Poirier was constructed in
1994 to accommodate parties of 2. We saw a
real niche in the marketplace as increasingly
couples wanted a lake to call their own for a
week. This cozy 3 room cabin has a separate
bedroom with 2 single beds that can be rolled
together for couples. A large, well
appointed kitchen/dining room and bathroom with
sink and shower complete the cabin. The
propane refrigerator and stove plus hot and cold
running water add conveniences of home. The
outdoor privy is located just behind the cabin. In
2002 we added solar powered electric lights.
To view photos of 2017 guests please click here
Loon Haunt Outposts Poirier Lake Rates 2017If you are prepared to meet our flying schedule, which will enable us to utilize the aircraft both ways, flying is included in the rates quoted.
All rates are quoted in US funds. Taxes are extra.
Saturday morning to Saturday morning...$1330 U.S./person
To see a map of Poirier Lake
To download a printable (8.5x11) map of poirier please click here
How To Reach Us
For air travel, contact Red Lake Travel Services at 1-800-465-3305.
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Our Conservation Policy
Our pristine lakes have very limited fishing
pressure and it is our wish to preserve the
fantastic quality of this precious resource.
To this end we have adopted the following
fishing restrictions: no one is to harm in any
way a Walleye over 18 inches or a Northern
over 27 inches. These fish represent our
breeding stock and must immediately be
returned to the water after catching. Grab ONE
quick photo, but do not put the fish on a
stringer or delay its return to the water. We
encourage fishing barbless as it reduces the
mortality rate when catching and releasing
fish. It's possible to catch and release
hundreds of fish per day.
you to eat your fill of smaller fish but allow
no take home fish at all.
| How to make reservations
click on the logo below
to hear a loon call
us for available dates. Tentative arrangements
can be made by phone but all firm reservations
require a deposit ($300 US per person) at the
time of reservation. Deposits are transferable
with 60 days notice, but not refundable.
Personal cheques are accepted for deposits only.
The balance must be paid in full with traveler's
cheques or cash before leaving camp. Our
location is such that we do not have a large
volume of traffic past our facilities. We must
depend on advance reservations. Once we reserve
a cabin, we remove it from the market refusing
all other requests. A booking must be
accompanied by a deposit within 2 weeks -- if
not, the cabin is opened up to other fishermen.
Our policy is intended to be fair to our guests,
yet prevent the loss of income to our business.
Make 2017 the year
for experiencing a fly-in fishing trip.