Amik Outposts walleye fishing is second to none!  Our pristine lakes have all of the requirements it takes to have world class walleye fishing.  Our camps are located far from civilization deep in the boreal forest.  All of our lakes have just the perfect mixture of weed beds to deep water near awesome walleye structure.  Many reefs and points on bodies of water that resemble more of a widening of the river than a lake.  The Canadian Shield provides a perfect backdrop for such a watereshed that originates in our area and flows towards Hudson’s Bay.  Unlike many outpost lakes further south that were the first outpost lakes in the 50’s, most of our lakes have only been open to outside fishermen since the 1990’s.

The most important piece of the puzzle to having trophy fishing?  An unharmed gene pool!  Since Amik Outposts has been the only outfitter to operate on almost all of our lakes, we have been able to strongly enforce our catch and release program on bodies of water where the gene pool has never been harmed.  A trophy fish grows slowly this far north and fishing this awesome is a resource that needs to be managed closely and cherished.  We feel we are the stewards of these pristine lakes.  We do our best to educate our guests on how to handle trophy fish so that each trophy can be released back into the water unharmed.  Many times has a trophy fish with identifiable markings been caught, photographed, released, and caught the next week and released again!  Exceptional fishing is what we have at Amik Outposts, exceptional fishing is something we will have forever.

There are not many places left on Earth where you can experience such beauty and terrific fishing with the comforts we provide.  You may come for the best fishing of your life, you will leave with much more than fish stories.

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This isn’t the biggest fish I caught last year but this was my first one of the season.  A 22 incher

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The best fishermen in the North.  The eagles up there are keen on our guests.  Following along as they fish, just waiting for one of the released fish to make a wrong move.  Then it is lunch time!

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