Fall is prime time for fishing fun!
September 2-October 3, 2019
With cooler weather, the fish are more active. Add a beautiful backdrop of changing leaves, and fall is one of the best times of year to fish in northern Minnesota. Walleye, Northerns, smallmouth bass and lake trout are all biting. this time of year. When you tire of fishing (like that would ever happen), you can canoe, hike, or enjoy the guided Naturalist activities.
The Fall Fishing Package includes
- Accommodations in a lakeside fireplace cabin or rustic Voyageur cabin
- All meals from dinner night of check-in through breakfast check-out morning
- Unlimited use of a fishing boat, 20 h.p. electric start motor, gas, upholstered boat seats, nets, and minnow bucket
- Fish filleting and freezing for your catch
- Canoes, kayaks, and waterfront activities
- All guided Naturalist activities
- $169 per person, per night in a rustic Voyageur Cabin
- $199 per person, per night in a Classic Cabin
- $269 per person, per night in a Romantic Cabin or Gunflint Lake Home
- Upgrade to a guide boat with electronic fish finder for $50 per day
- You may also choose to add a fishing guide for an additional fee
- Prices based on double occupancy, minimum cabin occupancies apply
- Three night minimum required
Taxes and resort fee are additional
Special Note: Both Minnesota and Canadian fishing licenses are available on-line and you may purchase them before you leave home. If you choose to fish in Canadian waters you will need your passport or passport card, and a Canadian Remote Border Crossing Permit. You can get your Remote Border Crossing Permit on line at: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/forms-formulaires/bsf386-eng.pdf You’ll need to allow the Canadians 4-6 weeks for processing.