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NETSON LAKE OUTPOST

Our Netson Lake outpost wilderness log cabin is located 50 air miles southwest of Muncho Lake and is only accessible by float plane. The Netson Lake valley is nestled in the Muskwa Range at the very northern tip of the Rocky Mountains.

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NETSON LAKE OUTPOST

Our Netson Lake outpost wilderness log cabin is located 50 air miles southwest of Muncho Lake and is only accessible by float plane. The Netson Lake valley is nestled in the Muskwa Range at the very northern tip of the Rocky Mountains.

NETSON LAKE OUTPOST Cabin

Located on Netson Lake, this cabin offers ample opportunity for lake trout fishing and fly fishing for arctic grayling and bull trout. Adjacent to the cabin is a lovely fresh water mountain stream.

Motorboats and a canoe invite you to explore the lake and observe moose, beaver, caribou, ducks, bald eagles and a multitude of other local animals in their natural habitat. It is not uncommon to see moose feeding in the shallow bays of Netson Lake during the summer months. The midnight sun of summer illuminates the northern sky – a fantastic view is observed through the panoramic window of the cabin.

CABIN AMENITIES

  • Comfortably sleeps 6
  • Foam-Mattresses, cutlery, basic kitchen utensils
  • 2 burner propane stove and a propane lantern
  • A solar shower bag and an out-house
  • Boats and motors
  • Canoe
  • solar lights and backup generator
 
 
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FOR ANGLERS

This world class fishing area is accessible for both fishing enthusiasts and novices.  Netson Lake is one of our easiest fishing spots, with a stream running right beside the cabin. Catch a fish, it’s only a matter of feet to the nearest frying pan. You can’t get fish any fresher! Netson Lake plays host to lake trout, arctic grayling, bull trout and burbot.  Netson lake has proven to be one of our most beloved fishing spots. 

 

 
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WHEN TO VISIT

Netson Lake outpost cabin is open from late May to early October

 

Late May to late June: Nature is awakening, the leaves are sprouting, enjoy almost 24 hours of daylight. For fishermen June is undoubtedly the best month to spin cast in Netson Lake for lake trout

June until mid August: Temperatures can reach 25 ° C during the daytime. Many moose feed on the lakes vegetation. Arctic grayling in huge abundance for the fly fisherman or spin caster in the stream only steps from the cabin.

Mid of August / September: Northern Lights are frequently observed. Fall colors are at their peak. Big bull moose frequent the lake during mating (rutting) season. Enjoy fall time. The colors are the most beautiful early through mid September. Fishing is great for arctic grayling. Lake trout come up into the shallows to spawn in late September. Bush-pilot Urs’ favorite lure is the 5 of Diamond or Mepps Spinner for lake trout. For arctic grayling try a dark patterned wet or dry fly or #2 Mepps Spinner.

Early October: The first snow flakes signal the imminent arrival of winter in the Netson Lake Valley.

 

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2018 RATES

(taxes extra)

 

2 NIGHT NETSON OUTPOST PACKAGE

6 Person Group - $700 CAD pp

5 Person Group - $840 CAD pp

4 Person Group - $1050 CAD pp

3 Person Group - $1400 CAD pp

2 Person Group - $1550 CAD pp

INCLUDES:

2 Night Stay at Outpost Cabin

Round trip airfare from Muncho Lake, British Columbia

Weight transport including gear 300 lbs per pers. average

Additional Options

Add an additional night - $300 per group, per night
Satellite Phone Rental - $30 per day
Food package - $78 pp, per day
Guide or cook - $400 per day (requires advance notice)   Transfer from Vancouver $1500 pp

Stays of longer than 7 nights are eligible for a discounted long-term cabin rental rate.