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Check List

       Your Check List


  • Passport or passport card.

  • Life Jackets You Must bring your own because of varying sizes needed for proper fit and comfort, flotation cushions are no longer considered legal life preservers.

  • Boater’s Safety card (if you have one)

  • Sleeping Bag and/or Top Sheet and extra blanket

  • Dish and Bath Towels

  • Food for 6 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches and 6 Dinners

  • Snack foods and drinks

  • Charcoal and lighter fluid (Weber grills are provided with each cabin)

  • Garbage Bags. 

  • Ziploc Freezer bags and clear plastic wrap for taking home fish. NOT PAPER! At the border they must be able to easily identify and measure each fish.

  • Personal sundries and First Aid Kit. (If you are allergic to bee stings, don’t forget your bee sting kit)

  • Sunglasses and Sunblock

  • Mosquito Repellant and coils

  • Playing cards, Board games, Frisbee, Football, Magazines, Radio etc. There are no TVs in the cabins.

  • Clothing - layers are best. So you can change as the temperature changes.

  • Rain Suit - Even if it is not raining, these act as a wind breaker on cold morning and evening boat rides.

  • Warm Boots, Hats and Gloves for spring and fall fishing.

  • Fishing Rods, Tackle and Bait. Bring crawlers in worm bedding. 

  • Camera 

  • Shore lunch supplies. Bring your own large pans, portable stoves, etc.

  • Fan for the warmer summer months

For your convenience, our cabins are equipped with the following:

• 3 piece bathrooms (toilet, shower, sink)

• Propane Stove and Electric Refrigerators w/ freezers

• Microwave

• Pots and Pans w/lids

• Coffee maker (please bring standard size filters)

• Mattresses with bottom sheets

• Toilet Paper (please do not bring your own

• Wood heaters and fire wood


Available for sale at the Camp Office:

 • Minnows

• Bags of ice cubes

• Fuel for your personal outboard motors (bring a certified container with clear measurements)

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