Ontario Fly in Walleye fishing at our Unexpected Lake Outpost
ENGLISH RIVER OUTPOST – Only cabin on Unexpected Lake
WALLEYE, NORTHERN PIKE, SMALLMOUTH BASS, MUSKELLUNGE
If you’re looking for an Ontario fly-in walleye fishing trip then Unexpected lake outpost is the place for you! Our newest acquired fishing outpost on Unexpected Lake is located on the English River system in the Oak Lake West Provincial Park. This area is world renowned for it awesome Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge and Smallmouth Bass fishing. This is a walleye angler’s dream! This outpost truly has it all!
For the fisherman looking for muskies this system produces some of the best muskie fishing around. Muskies caught and released each season in the 40” to 50” range. Walleyes are abundant and there have been numerous trophy sized fish caught and released to be enjoyed by future anglers. Smallmouth Bass are plentiful and what can we say about the big Northern Pike, except “monsters”!
Unexpected Lake is a flowage system with two rivers entering the lake from the north and northwest, flowing past the cabin into Wilcox Lake which is all part of the English River System. From here it flows south over two falls and dumps into Oak Lake. The lake is a dark colored water with current breaks and rock hump structure teeming with walleyes for fast action, even into the hot summer months.
Our rustic fly-in outpost cabin will accommodate groups up to eight people. The cabin has a large screened in porch, screened in fish cleaning house, two bedrooms and kitchen/dining room. Cabin has tongue and groove pine interior, comfortable twin bunk beds in the two bedrooms, hot and cold running water with a shower, electric fridge and upright chest freezer, propane stove, electric lights, all run by generator. We also have propane lighting for the guests that want to enjoy the quiet evening sunsets. We’ve just replace the deck on front of cabin and have redone the roof. This is the most rustic of all our cabins.
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