Upon arrival gather your things, dress in warm, waterproof layers of clothing.
Use washroom at ice access.
Proceed down the path to the area on the ice where a guide will meet you. The guides will pick you up from the ice access located off the very end of Rogers Ave.
You will then be taken to the ice huts via a snowmobile drawn sleigh complete with padded seating.
An insulated ice fishing hut heated with propane heaters complete with bench seating awaits.
Holes are pre-augured for you and a slush scoop is provided for you to maintain the holes through the day. Should you prefer fishing outside the guide will auger a hole outside.
Minnows are at the ice hut upon your arrival, no need to bring a bucket, or minnow scoop.
Propane cooking stove (we provide the propane) can be provided, please request at drop off if required.
Groups start coming off at 3:30pm. The last group will come off no later than 4:30pm.
The guides will check on you several times throughout the day, you can arrange with a guide to come off sooner.
WASHROOMS - Upon arrival you should make use the restroom provided at the access when you arrive in the morning. Please note there are NO washrooms on the ice. We do provide portable washrooms at the ice access point. A guide will take you in upon request, this can take some time. Note that washroom breaks should be planned for in advance.
what to bring
Dress in warm layers of clothing
Valid Fishing Licence (if required)
Ice Fishing Poles (18-24" rods are ideal)
Pliers in case you catch a toothy Pike
Pan and utensils to cook up a hot lunch
Lighter to light the cooking stove provided
Snacks and drinks
Helmet for anyone to small for an adult size
Something to transport your catch home in (pail or bag)
Fishing Tackle; hooks, sinkers, lures (You can find everything you will need for the day online at R&R Outdoors