Abamasagi Lake Fly-in Outpost Camp:

Walleye Fishing: Abamasagi Lake is a fantastic Walleye lake, which does not stop producing at any time of year. It has rivers and streams running in-and-out all around its circumference as well as a multitude of different structures that are perfect for Walleyes. The lake has rocky points, shoals, islands and deep holes. It also has weedy bays, open lake plateaus as well as sand bars with Wild Rice, which slide off into deep weedy trenches.

Abamasagi Lake is known for a high population of Walleyes. It's easy to catch 40 to 60 Walleyes in a day. Many guests tell us they have caught 100 Walleyes in a day. Abamasagi can also produce some big trophy Walleyes. In the spring the big Trophy Walleyes are caught during any part of the day. In the summer, the big Walleyes are usually taken in the evening or down a couple of feet deeper than the main schools.

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Map of Abamasagi Lake

Northern Pike Fishing: Feeding on all those Walleyes are Northern Pike. Abamasagi has some Monster Pike. You can catch lots of smaller pike in the 20 to 35-inch range. On occasion, guests catch Pike that are true monsters. There have been several guests that have caught-&-released 30-pound Pike in Abamasagi.

Lake Trout Fishing: Up in the north-east end of Abamasagi and right in front of camp #3, the lake gets narrow and deep. There are a few deep spring-fed holes that go down 110 feet. In the summer, all the Lake Trout in the lake congregate in this area. In the spring guests have caught Lake Trout over 25 pounds while Walleye fishing. They go deep when the water warms up. There is not a huge population of Lake Trout but the trout that get caught are usually very large.

Cabin #1

Brook Trout Fishing: The Kawashagami River runs in-&-out of the lake on the south side. In spring and early summer, healthy populations of Brook Trout can be found in the rapids down stream. In the spring, the Brook Trout come right up to the first set of rapids. As the water warms up, they head down stream a few sets of rapids to where a cold spring comes into the river. By mid July, the Brook Trout take off way down stream and are not accessible.

Brook Trout can reach great sizes. They are common in the 1 to 3-pound range but guests have caught trout as big as 6-pounds.

Cabins: We have three cabins on the lake. Cabins #1 and #2 are located on the north shore in the center of the lake. Cabin #3 is located at the northeast end of the lake up in the narrows. All cabins are clean and comfortable and fully equipped with propane stove and refrigerator. We have a small generator at the cabins, solar lights, hot and cold water, shower and a fish fryer. There is a wood-burning stove for heat. Pots, pans, cutlery, dishes and cups are all in the cabin. Cabins also have propane BBQs. Each cabin has a fish cleaning hut and an ice shed with large blocks of ice covered with sawdust.

• Cabin #1 sleeps 2 to 10 people
• Cabin #2 sleeps 2 to 10 people
• Cabin #3 sleeps 2 to 10 people

Cabin #1

Cabin #1