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Black Birch Lake is located 110 miles northwest of our base at Red Lake. The lake is approximately 12 miles long with numerous bays and creeks flowing into it. The main river, the Black Birch River, flows eastward into Deer Lake. The average depth of the Lake is approximately 18′ – 25′ with depths ranging to 80′.

john blog¬†Walleyes will average 18″ with some to 30″ and the Northern population is growing with many noted trophies 40″ plus. Our portage lake, Namiwan, to the south is available for the adventurous. One boat is located there. You will need to take a 6hp motor and tank with you. Namiwan Lake has Walleye and Northern much the same as Black Birch. If you are interested in trying this portage please let us know at least one month prior to your trip so we can have the portage motor available. Black Birch is the only cabin on the lake. It is a 6-man cabin equipped with solar powered hot and cold running water and lighting. There is a satellite phone available for emergencies. The refrigerator, chest freezer

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See a Map of Black Birch Lake. GPS Locations: 52 29 759 94 51 395

BBQ gas grill as well as a fish cooker, to make cooking a convenience. All cabins have a spectacular view of the lake. Most importantly we have some of the best walleye and northern fishing in Northwest Ontario.

 

 

All our lakes are on river systems so they maintain good fishing all through the summer. Over the past few years, a NO TROPHY policy has greatly increased your chances of catching a large fish.

Our outpost cabin is equipped with 14′ Lund boats and 9.9 hp Yamaha outboard motors, including a spare. Blackbirch also has a large fuel tank to ensure that you have plenty of good clean fuel for trouble free outboard operation.

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Black Birch Lake Rates

3-Day Trips 4-Day Trips 5-Day Trips 7-Day Trips
6 or MORE $795.00 $895.00 $995.00 $1195.00
4-5 PEOPLE $895.00 $995.00 $1095.00 $1295.00
2-3 PEOPLE $995.00 $1100.00 $1300.00 $1700.00
Extra days for parties of 6 or more are $100.00 per person per day.

Extra days for parties of 4 and 5 are $150.00 per person per day.

Departs Saturday at 5:00am

*All departure times are approximate and weather permitting*

Conservation Policy

At our Northern Lakes we have had a NO TROPHY policy since 1992. There is a reason why we have not just good, but outstanding fishing. This means that all fish over the slot must be released. All walleye over 18″ and all northern over 27.5″ need to be put back in the lake. If your group is on a 5, 6 or 7-day regular priced trip with us, we will include an 8 – day conservation license, if everyone in your party decides not to take fish home with them. With a Sport Fishing 8 – day license we allow you to take home 4 – walleye under 18″ and 2 – northern under 27.5″ and 1 lake trout under 22″. With this type of policy you will be assured the best fishing these premier lakes have to offer for years to come.

  • We reserve the right to charge a fuel surcharge.
  • Baggage Limit is 100 lbs. Per Person
  • All rates are in US Funds Per Person.
  • A $300.00 per person deposit is required.
  • Personal checks are accepted for deposit only.
  • Please make deposit checks payable to “LAC SEUL AIRWAYS LTD”
  • Final Payment is due upon arrival and may be paid by cash or travelers Cheques.
  • If you would like to prepay your trip 30 days in advance, personal checks are accepted, payable to “LAC SEUL AIRWAYS LTD”. Please call for exact amounts and we will fax or email your invoice.
  • Credit cards are not accepted.

Want to have a birds-eye view of BlackBirch Lake.  Check out this amazing video!

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Black Birch Photo Galleries

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2016 Trophy Fish Photos

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Blackbirch Lake 2015

Blackbirch Trophy fish 2014

Blackbirch Lake Trophy Fish 2014

BlackBirch lake 2013 Trophy Fish

BlackBirch Lake 2013 Trophy Fish

Blackbirch Lake 2012

Blackbirck Lake 2012

 

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Blackbirch 2011 Trophy Pics