Address: P.O. Box 733 - Emo, ON POW 1E0 Tel : 807-276-2901
what to bring
A list of suggestions to make your Canadian Outpost adventure more enjoyable.
Rain gear 2 changes of clothing Light jacket Hat Sun screen Mosquito repellant Flash light & batteries Camera Pillow case Lightweight sleeping bag Bath towel
Groceries Beverages Toilet paper Paper towels Dish rags Garbage bags Matches Fishing rods & tackle Fillet knife Fish locator Live bait
For your convenience, you can pre-order groceries, alcohol and bait to have it waiting for you when you arrive. - Bagged ice - Checkflights - Satellite phones - Stocked motor sheds full of Nets, minnow buckets, lifejackets. - Shed filled with seasoned firewood
We can provide a full grocery package for you, tailored to your dietary likes and requirements.  Also we can prove all necessary gear if you just want to show up and jump on the plane.  Contact us to see how we can find a package to suit your needs.
FISHING REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION Licenses: All non-residents of Canada who want to fish in Ontario require a current non- resident sports fishing license and a non- resident Outdoors Card. Non-residents under the age of 18 may fish without a license if accompanied by a licensed family member. Any fish caught are part of the limit of the person with the license. Canadian residents require a resident fishing license and a current resident Outdoors Card. Bait: You cannot bring live minnows, smelts, leeches or any other bait fish into Ontario from the United States. Night crawlers are allowed but they must be brought in containers with artificial bedding only. Limits and Regulations: With so many lakes, it is important that anglers are aware of the general regulations and of any exceptions to the general regulations (e.g. specific slots or catch and possession limits) that may apply to the lake you will be fishing on.
Each person is allowed 100 pounds, This includes your personal gear, groceries and beverages. An extra flight may be arranged to haul in overloads at an additional fee. Contact us for pricing and a suggested packing list.
Buy Your Fishing Licence - ONLINE  “CLICK HERE”

Arrivals and Departures

Our flights to our outposts normally will leave between 7:00 am & 11:00 a.m. depending on our flight schedule. If not overnighting with us, we recommend arriving one-hour prior to flight time to take care of loading, licensing, and financial arrangements.
what to bring
A list of suggestions to make your Canadian Outpost adventure more enjoyable.
Rain gear 2 changes of clothing Light jacket Hat Sun screen Mosquito repellant Flash light & batteries Camera Pillow case Lightweight sleeping bag Bath towel
Groceries Beverages Toilet paper Paper towels Dish rags Garbage bags Matches Fishing rods & tackle Fillet knife Fish locator Live bait
For your convenience, you can pre-order groceries, alcohol and bait to have it waiting for you when you arrive. - Bagged ice - Checkflights - Satellite phones - Stocked motor sheds full of Nets, minnow buckets, lifejackets. - Shed filled with seasoned firewood
We can provide a full grocery package for you, tailored to your dietary likes and requirements.  Also we can prove all necessary gear if you just want to show up and jump on the plane.  Contact us to see how we can find a package to suit your needs.
FISHING REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION Licenses: All non-residents of Canada who want to fish in Ontario require a current non-resident sports fishing license and a non- resident Outdoors Card. Non- residents under the age of 18 may fish without a license if accompanied by a licensed family member. Any fish caught are part of the limit of the person with the license. Canadian residents require a resident fishing license and a current resident Outdoors Card. Bait: You cannot bring live minnows, smelts, leeches or any other bait fish into Ontario from the United States. Night crawlers are allowed but they must be brought in containers with artificial bedding only. Limits and Regulations: With so many lakes, it is important that anglers are aware of the general regulations and of any exceptions to the general regulations (e.g. specific slots or catch and possession limits) that may apply to the lake you will be fishing on.
Each person is allowed 100 pounds, This includes your personal gear, groceries and beverages. An extra flight may be arranged to haul in overloads at an additional fee. Contact us for pricing and a suggested packing list.
Buy Your Fishing Licence - ONLINE  “CLICK HERE”

Arrivals and Departures

Our flights to our outposts normally will leave between 7:00 am & 11:00 a.m. depending on our flight schedule. If not overnighting with us, we recommend arriving one-hour prior to flight time to take care of loading, licensing, and financial arrangements.
Address: P.O. Box 733 - Emo, ON POW 1E0 Tel : 807-276-2901