Headwaters Lake Fly in Fishing Outpost is located 120 miles northwest of our Red Lake float plane base in Ontario’s Sunset Country, Canada..
High Quality Fish Management Program
To ensure the quality of fishing at Headwaters Lake, we have implemented a consumption only policy, and only pictures of your trophy catches come out with you.
Our Headwaters Outpost is CATCH and RELEASE, consumption only while you are at the outpost lake. All Walleye over 19 inches and Northern Pike over 27 inches must be released.
No Fish Home, No Trophies Home.
Take a photo of your trophy and post it on our Facebook Page! This lake is in a High Quality Fish Management Program. Barbless hooks are recommended but not compulsory.
Besides the main body of water, Headwaters also offers two portages to Judy lake and the Cobham river. With all of these great fishing opportunities, a trophy fish is just a cast away. Our cabin is the only one on this lake.
Excellent Equipment For Your Fishing Trip
All you need to bring are your personal items and fishing gear!
Headwaters Fly in Fishing Outpost has 14 foot Alumiarine boats and newer 9.9 Honda 4-Stroke motors which are ideal as the are quiet and don’t create nearly the amount of exhaust. Each has cushions, nets, anchors, and swivel seats.
Boats and motors on two portage lakes. Cobham Lake known for trophy northern and abundant walleye, and Judy Lake with it’s abundant trophy walleye and trophy northern pike. Both these portage lakes have 9.9 Yamaha motors on 16′ newer Lund aluminium boats.
Headwaters 2 Bedroom Outpost Cabin
Modern cabin has all of our deluxe features, including hot and cold running water, indoor bathroom with flush toilet, electric lights, full kitchen and utensils, 110 volt inverter system with backup generator, screened in porch, gas grill, fish cooker and drive up boat ramps. Cabin is well insulated for your comfort. Boats, 4-Stroke Honda Motors and Gas.
Why July and August Are Often Best
A Fly in Fishing Outpost Vacation is often most popular with our guests at this time of the year. Weather is more stable and fishing is more consistent because of fewer cold fronts moving through.
Some lakes really turn on at this time of year and as an added plus, there are fewer bugs. A great time to bring the family or group.