Dear Fishermen, Thank you for choosing Caesar’s North Camps. You will be traveling by seaplane during your stay with us.
Please remember that you are allowed 100 lbs. per person of luggage… Thank you !

Things to bring

General things to bring in your fly-in fishing trip

  • Fishing nets & stringers or ropes for fish caught
  • Fishing rods (1 extra per group)
  • Small tackle box
  • One pair of boots for boat or trails
  • Rain Gear
  • One jacket
  • Sleeping bags & pillows
  • Worms (available when you register in)
  • Cooler (1 or 2 for 4 people. Max 25” is best)
  • Boat cushions
  • Life jackets (Mandatory)
  • One duffle bag of clothes per person
  • Spare ropes (for anchor or other…)
  • Food
  • First aid kit

Other Items to bring in your fishing trip

  • ID, money or travelers checks, passport
  • Camera & film
  • Garbage bags
  • Flashlights
  • Hat & sunglasses, suntan lotion
  • Bug repellent & mosquito coils
  • Toiletries
  • Dish & body soap, cloths & towels, dish cloths
  • Bathroom toilet paper
  • Matches
  • Filet knife
  • Extra water bottle (for drinking on boat)

Walleye & Pike Lures to bring

  • Yellow & white Jigs (¼ to ¾ oz.)
  • Mepps Spinner
  • Spinner baits
  • Rapala
  • Thin Fins
  • Hot’n Tot
  • Bass Plugs
  • Dare Devils
  • 8 to 10 lbs test lines
  • Steel Leads

Good tips to have a better fly-in fishing trip

  • Bring concentrated juices
  • Pack food in medium size boxes not plastic bags
  • Avoid huge plastic boxes
  • Use plastic tubes for your rods (not too long)
  • Plan food together with all the people in your party
  • Weight your own gear at home before coming
  • Cash only accepted on arrival
  • Please do not bring guns unless you are on one of our hunting packages, permits are needed and you will scare away moose that we need!
  • Caesars North Camps is looking forward to making your fishing trip a pleasant and memorable experience.

Don’t Forget !

  • U.S.A. clients need a passport to get into Canada or a special border pass
  • Using your cell phone while driving a car in Canada is against the law unless it’s a hands free cell phone

Camp Include

  • Portable B.B.Q.
  • Fish cleaning station with running water.
  • Propane lights
  • Separate bunks
  • Foam mattresses
  • Propane Stove
  • Propane refrigerator & freezer
  • Table & chairs
  • Pots & pans
  • Coffee pot
  • All cooking & eating utensils
  • Wood burning stove for heating
  • Pre-cut firewood
  • Inside shower & flush toilet
  • 16 or 14 foot fiberglass boats (2 people per boat)
  • New outboard motors
  • Unlimited fuel
  • Outside porch
  • One or two cabins per lake ( only your party will be at the cabins )

Things not to bring

  • Any outdoor furniture
  • Pots & pans, utensils
  • Huge tackle boxes
  • Tents
  • Axe or saw
  • Propane lantern/fuel
  • Minnow traps (illegal)
  • Buckets for water
  • Too much beer (cans weigh less)
  • Battery 12 volts
  • Propane stove
  • Too much canned food
  • Jumbo large bags of clothes
  • Huge boxes and coolers
  • Hand guns illegal, rifles need border permits
  • Fresh vegetables or fruit (border will not except)
  • Dirt (pack worms with paper packing for border)

Other useful informations

Airplane List

If you can’t fit in the weight permitted or if you want to bring all the gear and beer you wish, we provide overload planes for your convenience.

There are 2 options:

  • Overload less then 300 lbs : cost 300$ divided by the number of people in your group ex: 300$/4 = 75$ if 6 per = 50$
    This overload will be flown to your cabin the same day
  • Overload for 301 to 600 lbs is 600$ for the plane, divided by the number of people in your group ex: 600$/4 = 150$ each if 6per = 100$ each
    This overload will be flown to your cabin the same day

Airplaine Regulations

What is NOT allowed on a plane by Transport Canada

  • Bear Spray prohibited
  • Firework prohibited
  • Matches and zippo prohibited (you’re allowed to carry a lighter)
  • Aerosol must be sealed and in a box
  • Ammunition must be carried separately in your luggage
  • 12 volts battery must be carried in a box with the right ”tag” (we have one for you if needed)
  • Smaller 1 lb propane must be in a box with packing in conformance of TDGR

We hope that these options will make your trip more enjoyable and we would like to know in advance if you are planning on an overload!