FISHING AND HUNTING IN QUEBEC
Lake Sasseginaga Outpost is a vacation sure to become an Annual Sportsman's Retreat!
WALLEYE * NORTHERN PIKE * LAKE TROUT * BLACK BEAR * MOOSE
Our customers keep coming back, they enjoy Lake Sasseginaga for a relaxing outdoor holiday, they come as a guest and leave as a friend!
We are a couple who thrives on providing the best in sportsman's (and sportswoman's) vacations. The beauty of our hunting and fishing camp is unparalleled for it's convenient remoteness - easy to access to wildlife territory hosting not only some of the best fishing Quebec has to offer, but some of the best hunting Quebec enjoys as well.
Our outpost home, Lake Sasseginaga, is known to locals by it's native name,
"Lake of Many Islands"; the many shoals and unique structure of our lakeside camps create the ideal living conditions for our main catch, Walleye. Northern Pike and Lake Trout thrive in our waters, too, making for an excellent vacation and fishing trip.
Easy driving distance from points across the United States and South-Eastern Canada,
Lake Sasseginaga Outpost lays claim to private, remore wilderness camps that are easily accessed by 52 miles of graded woods roads. The Outpost is situated 100 miles Northeast of North Bay, Ontario an acreage bordering the 17 mile-long glacier lake; the deep clear waters are unlike any most sportsman will ever encounter anywhere, except in our area.
For hospitality and lodging, all the major essentials you'll need for a complete hunting or fishing trip is provided here in our full-service packages, and we're happy to help you in any way we can. By way of camp accommodations, Lake Sasseginaga Outpost is a quiet remore area with most of the comforts of home.
6 Cabins - Sleeping from 2 to 8 people
3 Cabins at the Main Camp (drive-in)
with bathrooms, running water, hot showers,
3 Cabins Boat-In (from Main Camp)
with hot showers, running water, and small
* Showers, bathroom facilities, hot and cold running water at each site.
* Kitchens fully stocked with cooking and eating utensils
* Screened in fish-cleaning stations
* Propane Stoves, and Propane Refrigerators
* Wood Stoves * 14 - 16 Foot Boats