ACCOMMODATIONS AND AMENITIES:
- Fully equipped kitchen with propane stove and refrigerator
- All place service and kitchen utensils
- Propane lights
- BBQ and fire pit
- Outdoor restroom and shower house
- Boats, motors, oars, gas and life jackets
- Fishing nets
- Fish cleaning station
AVAILABILITY:The best way to figure out availability (and book) is to use the contact form on our website. We will get back to you right away and can give you detailed availability information.
RESERVATIONS: DEPOSIT REQUIRED $300.00 USD per person. Personal check or cash deposit required at time of booking. Balance of funds must be paid by personal check 45 days before reserved dates or by cash on date of departure.HSTax of 13% not included in package price.
BAGGAGE LIMITS: Weight for a fly-in is limited. Each angler or hunter’s baggage limit will vary depending on party size. Please verify weight restrictions for your party before arrival. Extra flights for gear and supplies are an extra charge and not included in package pricing.
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION: Delorme satellite texting devices available for rental.
CROSSING THE BORDER: Be prepared and save time when crossing the border by taking a few minutes to browse the Canada Border Services Agency website for helpful tips. http://www.cbsa- asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html. Click “Bring goods across the border for personal use” and find out about things such as what foods may be brought into Canada, alcohol and tobacco limits, restricted and prohibited goods as well as reasons a person may not be allowed to enter Canada, such as past DUI convictions.
All persons must possess a valid passport. Passports can be obtained by calling 1-877- 487-2778 or by following the following link. http://travel.state.gov/passport/get/first/first_830.html Adhering to the following tips will also ensure a quicker border crossing. Previous to approaching agency window, the driver should have collected the passports for all the vehicle occupants. Roll down both the driver and rear windows on the driver’s side of the vehicle. If you are driving a loud vehicle, switch the ignition off to facilitate clear communication. To avoid confusion, allow the driver to answer all questions unless and until the passengers are addressed by the border officer directly. If you are a moose hunter, you will be asked if you are bringing in a firearm for hunting. If so, you will need to park and take in the firearm declaration paperwork.
PACKING LIST SUGGESTIONS:
Here is a suggested packing list.
- Food and Drink
- Bedding (sleeping bag, sheets, pillow)
- Bath and kitchen towels
- Personal toiletries & toilet paper
- Dish soap
- Paper towels
- Ziploc bags
- Clothes (clothes you can layer for comfort) and rain gear
- Personal medications
- First aid kit
- Matches & lighter
- Bug spray
- Mosquito coils
- Fishing gear, including poles, stringers, lures, bait and license
- Fillet knife
- Measuring tape
- Depth finder