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It's never too early to start packing for your trip. And when it comes to a remote fly-in fishing adventure you can never be too prepared! Use the information below to help you get ready for your excursion.

The following is a list of equipment and gear that we recommend all parties bring. Some items are essential, others are optional. 


PLEASE NOTE: Transport Canada's Safety Regulations for DHC-2 Beaver float planes: 4 Passengers. Combined body weight and baggage weight per group can not exceed 300Lbs. per passenger for a total weight of 1,200 lbs  Over weight charges will apply.


  • 2 - 4 Rods and Reels (with carrying case)

  • Tackle Box, see our Tackle Guide

  • Utilities: Pliers, Knives, Stringers

  • Cooler (with freezer packs)

  • Flashlight (with spare batteries)

  • Fillet Knife (with sharpener)

  • Lighter/Matches

  • Sunscreen & Bug Repellant

  • Fishing Licenses (available Wawa, White River, or online

  • Reusable water container


  • Warm Jacket

  • Rain Jacket (with rain pants)

  • Waterproof Boots

  • Light Boots (or shoes/sandals)

  • Hat, Sun Glasses, Gloves

  • Pants, Sweaters, Long Underwear, Thick Socks (more in May, September, October)

  • Shorts, T-shirts, Light Underwear & Socks (more in June, July & August)

  • Bathing Suit (Sauna)


(Housekeeping Guests Only)

  • Essentials: Bread, Eggs, Cheese, Milk, Potatoes, Onions, Beans, etc.

  • Meats: Bacon, Sausage, Steaks, Chops, Hot Dogs, etc.

  • Veggies: Canned and Fresh

  • Juices, Drinks, Coffee

  • Condiments: Ketchup, Mustard, Peanut Butter, Jams, Salt & Pepper

  • Oil, Butter, Sugar

  • Others: Paper Towels, Tin Foil, etc.

  • Snacks, Chips, Cookies, etc. (also recommended for American Plan guests)


We strive to provide you with many of the essential things you'll need. You will not need to bring the following items, as they are provided, or are available at our resort.

  • All bedding, linens, and towels.

  • All cooking utensils and dishes.

  • BBQ grill, pots, pans.

  • Swivel boat seats, Depth Finder, anchor, landing net, minnow buckets, paddles, safety kit and Life Jackets.

  • Stringers.

  • Plastic water bottles (pack in-pack out)


To make your trip as easy and enjoyable as possible, we make the following suggestions for packing.

  • Plan ahead and bring only as much as you need, especially your food.

  • Pack items in several smaller boxes and bags, rather than in only a few large, heavy containers. LARGE PLASTIC TOTES CONTAINERS WILL INCURE ADDITIONAL CHARGES.

  • Have all people in your group mark ALL baggage and boxes with YOUR group's name, on a tag or tape.

  • There are some issues you may face if driving across the border into Canada from the United States, or if flying from another country. See our section on crossing the border to help avoid any problems.

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