- Trip Dates: June 3 - 9, 2017
- Trip Cost: $1395 (+ tax)
- 6 days paddling, 5 nights camping
- First and Last Night hotel room in Ely
- Full Outfitting Package
Please Note: Final payment for our guided group trips is due 30 days before the trip begins.
At the peak of the smallmouth spawn our seasoned fishing guides will lead you to lakes where the action is fast and furious. Join us in canoe country for 6 days of nothing but fabulous fishing on wilderness lakes where the fish are hungry and never see a boat with a motor on it.
We’ll fish several lakes from our remote destination and along the way. It’s bass fishing at its best but we’ll save some time to catch a walleye or two just for the fry pan. Let our wilderness fishing guides do the work while you relax and enjoy everything wonderful about spring in the Boundary Waters.
A rare opportunity for action like no other for those who love the excitement of having a fish on the line. Smallmouth Bass fight pound for pound as fiercely as any fish around and in early June in the Northwoods, the smallies are hungry and defiant. It’s spawning season, and we’ll find them lurking in the shallows.
Our guides will share their knowledge of different rods, flies, topwater and diving baits, water, and of course, the smallmouth during our week of exploring wilderness waters. You are encouraged to bring your favorite fly, spinning and baitcasting rods.
Your first and last nights lodging is included in the trip and you’ll need to get a good night’s sleep in preparation for our early departure.
Our destination will find us on wilderness lakes where fishing pressure is lighter throughout the year and just wetting a line can get you thinking about the possibilities. With the first rise of a great northwoods smallmouth, you'll be hooked on a trip like none other.
We’ll spend our time in the wild following the fish and the guides and group will decide the nature of our travel. We want to meet the challenge of the smallmouth and still leave time for making the best of camp life. We’ll supply all the food, canoes and canoe camping gear, along with an experienced fishing guide. You just bring your clothing, rods, lures and tackle.
You’ll spend your last night in Ely where we encourage to experience our favorite restaurant, the Chocolate Moose.
Items you should bring (DON"T FORGET your PERSONAL FISHING Rods and Tackle -- ask your guide for suggestions and secret weapons!):