For those who want an even more remote location we offer fly-in trips to our Kishkutena Lake facility. If you like the privacy of wilderness, the serenity of solitude and to live your dreams of catching fish, you’ll love the settings at this remote fly-in outpost.
The lake is approximately seven miles in length, over sixty feet deep at its deepest point and features numerous bays and rock piles. Scrappy smallmouth bass in the one to five pound range are abundant and 50+ inch muskies have been caught-and-released at Kishkutena. The lake also offers up the mighty Lake Trout that can be found in the deeper waters of this pristine lake.
“Kish” is located east of Nestor Falls and is about a twenty-minute flight from the dock at Young’s Camp.
The cabin accommodates up to seven people, has a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms and a hot-and-cold water shower room. It is equipped with solar powered lights, a propane refrigerator and stove, backup generator and cell phone to communicate with camp. Also provided are linens, blankets, towels, cookware, cutlery, dishes, barbeque and outside cooker.
There are three sixteen foot boats equipped with fifteen horsepower, four-stroke Yamaha outboard mtotors. They are all equipped with casting platforms, bow mount trolling motors, swivel seats, life jackets, muskie craddles and gas.
A very popular trip with our guests is a 6 night/5 day combined package where you spend half of the time at our main base on Lake of the Woods and the other half at the outpost on Kishkutena Lake.
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