Ontario North Outposts – Vaughan Lake

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Place Category: Sunset Country and Lac Seul

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    There is no better way to experience Ontario’s vast wilderness and incredible fishing then spending a week at a remote wilderness outpost camp in Northwestern Ontario. Fishing is incredible. Both of our outpost lakes are stuffed with Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Perch. Vaughan Lake and Lynx Lake are both located at the southwest-end of Lac Seul and north of Dryden Ontario.Outposts Camps on Vaughan Lake & Lynx Lake

    You’ll be amazed at the abundance of walleye and the number of fish you’ll catch daily. You’ll catch Walleyes by the dozen and Northerns that try to pull you into the water. You’ll wonder how the Perch grew so big, and the Smallmouth Bass will show you their aerial tricks. We see many walleyes over 20 inches and some that reach over 30 inches. Both our outpost lakes are Walleye factories. Northern Pike reach great sizes with 20-pounders being caught-&-released weekly with the biggest last year measuring in at 45 inches.
    Smallmouth Bass are plentiful in all sizes with some reaching 6-lbs. The perch are also common and reach the size of Jumbo Perch.


    Come enjoy the natural beauty of the area with wildlife around every corner. You choose your time of arrival and the number of days you wish to stay. Most trips are 3-5 days long but many stay for the whole week. Each Package is priced starting at $850. per person which includes, 16” boats, 25hp motors, gas, minnow bucket, nets, fully equipped kitchen, propane fridge, stove, chest freezer, wood stove. Solar lights with generator backup power, hot showers and radio telephone. Vaughan offers sleeping for up to 10/12 people, where Lynx can accommodate 8 in our new yurt. We fly from Vermillion Bay which is about a 20 minute flight to the camps.

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