Washi Lake Fly-in Outpost Camp

Washi lake is approximately 11 miles long by 1 mile wide on the Albany River system, the only cabin on the lake, making it ideal for walleye, pike and brook trout. The cabin is a 10 man camp, solar lighting, hot and cold running water and shower, also wired for generator use if needed. All outposts are fully equipped with pots, pans, dishes, cutlery, utensils, stove-top coffee makers and wood burning stoves for heat.

You will find your best Spring walleye fishing through a little outlet to the northwest of the cabin, any other time of the year you will find walleye in the narrowing of the river and inlet/outlets. Pike will best be found to the far east end of the lake.

Where the Albany River comes into Washi, east of the camp, you will find walleye and further south down the river you will find brook trout. With any river system, navigating them with care is needed and keeping an eye out for rapids that may not be traversed during lower water levels.

In front of camp there is a beautiful beach, however Washi is overall a rocky structure throughout the lake with rock shoals, walleyes up to the 30" range and pike into the 40"+ are common on the Albany River. You can head down to the outlet and throw a line for some specs ranging up in to the 20"+ range. Average depth of 20 feet.

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