South Lake (Kashishibog Water System) Outpost
GPS N49º43.283' W90º02.675'
Our Kashishibog Lake South Arm outpost camp has proven itself to be a sleeper hit with lots of excitement. The total fishing area of this camp including the portage lake, Honeyhole Lake, is around 1800 acres of dark stained water. This gorgeous cabin is nestled in a lush stand of young Jackpine making it our most beautiful spot. This lake is very well protected from high winds and big waves so that fishing may continue no matter what the weather does. The camp sits just 60 feet from the shoreline and faces south. There are facilities for groups of 4-6, although parties of 2 are welcome at this camp. In 2007 we installed new solar powered lights, built a new dock and upgraded to a new phone system.
Equipment at this camp includes 3-14 foot Lund boats with 8hp Yamaha motors. Comments about the fishing at this camp included "we had trouble catching the slot size for supper because the fish were too big". The largest walleye for 2005 was 26 inches and 30 inches for 2006! A few large northerns are caught each year like the 43 inch monster caught on Honeyhole Lake in 2005 or the 47 inch pike caught on South lake in 2007! This camp would also make a perfect spot for an archery moose hunt as there are many animals seen throughout the summer.
What are you waiting for? Make South Lake your destination for 2013!
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