Don’t Miss Out on This Unique Fishing Adventure!

An added bonus to your stay at Kississing Lake Lodge is your exclusive access to several remote lakes that can only be reached by float plane. Spend a day at one of our famous and varied fly-out lakes that offer new fishing opportunities to make your adventure complete. You and your guide will take off just after breakfast and we’ll have you back to the lodge in time to get ready for supper!

Catch a plane to your own secluded getaway

CROW LAKE – Pike on a Platter!


Crow Lake

Exclusive to Kississing, Crow Lake is our most popular fly-out location. It is legendary among guests and staff, and your sure shot for giant pike. We’re hard-pressed to think of a group that spent a day at Crow and didn’t boast at least one trophy pike (trophy-size is 41", but Crow often delivers fish upwards of 45"). Walleye abounds, too.

TAIT LAKE – A Walleye Factory


Tait Lake

Connected to a water system with proportions that border on magical, Tait often produces boatloads of this great-eating fish, numbering in the hundreds. Don’t expect to sit around jigging for hours looking for the right spot. For constant action, this lake is the right spot! And it is not uncommon to land a trophy northern either.

HASSETT LAKE* – Trout Galore


Hassett Lake

If trout’s your game, Hassett Lake’s your name. Only two by three miles long, and up to 100’ deep, Hassett Lake’s spring-fed waters are so clear that you can see the trout on your line 10’ down! If you’re looking for trout in numbers and size, this is the fishing destination for you. And watch for giant pike cruising just below the surface.

GUTHRIE LAKE* – A Pike Paradise


Guthrie Lake

Guthrie’s shallow waters offer pike like Hassett offers trout. It really doesn’t matter what lure you use; common daily catches often total 100 or more. Don’t miss out on this one!

*Hassett Lake is also operated as one of our nine outpost camps, and Guthrie Lake is a portage lake connected to Hassett Lake. As such, when there are guests at our Hassett Lake Outpost, both Hassett and Guthrie Lakes will be unavailable for fly-outs.

New for 2023!

A Cast from the Past!

We are pleased to introduce three new fly-out lakes that haven't seen a line in 15 years! These lakes used to be a part of the offering at our Deerhorn Lodge, and were the furthest and least fished walk-in lakes. Now, we're excited to once again unlock the potential of these hidden gems. In order to manage the long-term success of these lakes, we will be limiting the amount of fly-outs to these lakes. Call us today to secure your spot!

Aerial View over Kississing Area

MUKOMAN LAKE – Big Fish Abound!

CAPACITY: Up to 4 people

Mukoman Lake

The place to be for big fish, in big numbers. At the head of the Mukoman River, these deeply stained red tea-colored waters narrowly extend for four and a half miles, teeming with trophy-sized pike and walleye. You may be in for an adventure forever marked in your fishing hall of fame!

McCALL LAKE – Supersized Walleye

CAPACITY: 2 people only

McCall Lake

Got big eyes for walleye? Look no further! Those who’ve spent a day at McCall can testify that patience has a prime product - walleye commonly come out from these deep waters measuring on average between 26” to 31” in length. A good day could see you reaping by the dozen!

BELCHER LAKE – Midsummer Monsters!

CAPACITY: Up to 4 people

Belcher Lake

Spanning seven miles long and up to three miles wide, this impressive body of deep, clear water is another great spot for lunker lake trout. Belcher’s deep weed beds also set the stage for a bountiful haul of giant pike, particularly in the heat of July and August. Strike it right and grab a master - or more!

“I highly recommend doing a one day fly-out. We booked that the third day of our stay. The fishing was great and it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”Jamie A. - 2019 TripAdvisor Review Excerpt

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