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Manitoba Fly-in Fishing Outpost

Trophy Canadian Fishing on a Private Lake

Cobham River Hidden Lake Outpost

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Our Canadian fly-in outpost on Hidden Lake offers you a trophy fishing experience in the secluded wilderness of Manitoba Canada on your very own private lake. Here you can chase trophy Northern Pike and trophy Walleye all week long without any interruptions and not another fishing boat on the lake other than your groups. You will feel “Hidden” from the rest of the world as you get to concentrate on the important stuff, relaxation and fishing.

This Canadian outpost’s fishing can best be described with one word – action. It is common for two people fishing at Hidden Lake Outpost to catch and release over 100 fish a day, with the record being 223 Walleye and Northern Pike caught in a single day. Pictures of your Canada fishing adventure will surely include large stringers of Canadian Walleye. Trophy Northern Pike are also no stranger to the many cabbage weed filled bays and inlets reserved for Manitoba Canada’s lakes and rivers.

Hidden Lake Outpost is situated on a 6,400 acre lake, with a chain of islands down the center. Hidden Lake’s shape and islands make fishing on windy days easy to deal with because there are always fishing spots or shorelines out of the wind. While fishing Hidden Lake you will also have access to three other lakes – Elliot Lake, Thunder Lake and Blue Walleye Lake. Each lake offers premier trophy fishing with unique fishing opportunities within each lake.

Thunder Lake is a 25 minute ride up a channel north of Hidden Lake Outpost. Thunder Lake’s habitat is picture

perfect for trophy Northern Pike because of its wrap around bays and cabbage weed filled inlets. When you come out of the inlet, one look at the lake and you will know you have found a day full of fishing spots.

From Thunder Lake you will have access to Blue Walleye Lake. While Blue Walleye Lake is only accessible via canoe, it offers you a chance to fish for the first known Walleye species, the “Blue Pike”. While you are required to release all Blue Pike that you catch, it is fun to see just how different the Blue Pike species are from the Walleye we all fish for today.

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The last fishing area is Elliot Lake. Elliot Lake has proven to be a trophy Northern Pike haven, which has produced many of the trophy Northern Pike we see at Hidden Lake. Elliot Lake is a 32,000 acre lake with an average depth of 8 feet. The 50+ inch Northern Pike can be found in the numerous cabbage weed beds throughout the lake. These Pike havens can be found virtually everywhere, including the middle of the lake. The trophy Northern Pike using these weed beds as their hunting grounds have produced many 50 inch and larger Pike over the years. Given the abundance of bait fish and weedy bays, you will find plenty of good Walleye fishing spots on Elliot Lake if you need to give your reel’s drag a rest from the trophy Northern Pike.