Welcome to the Halley’s Camps, Lodges and Outposts September Newsletter. We have had a fantastic season, thanks to all of our valued guests and friends! Countless numbers of anglers have graced our waters this summer – among them were many family groups, many couples, lots of old fishing buddies, fathers and sons, a few corporate groups ranging in numbers from 20 to 38, and several trips that were taken for their sons and daughters as high school graduation gifts. Whatever the purpose of the trip, we served up a great helping of good old fashioned Canadian hospitality! Coupled with the great fishing, we hope that everyone had a fantastic time! Summer is not quite over yet, though. We are still going strong throughout much of September. Fall fishing vacations are a great way to end out the summer… and the fishing is second to none!
A beautiful sunrise!
A bit of morning fog.
Corporate Fishing Trips at Halley’s Camps:
Shorelunch for 50 coming right up! Acutually, there were 38 guests and their guides plus a group of the day staff from the lodge along to “help out”… no problem!
That is a whole lot of spuds!
The best part – the first pan of mouth watering walleye fillets is up for grabs!
Happy anglers leaving shorelunch for more action on the lake!
Greetings from Ohio,
I have attached some pictures of our Caribou Falls vacation this summer. The trip was my son’s college graduation gift and he enjoyed catching lots of fish, including eight trophies! I included a picture of his very first fly in trip when he was 9-years-old and a couple from this summer…14 years later. (He has made several trips in between!)
Thank you for the hospitality!
We had a fantastic trip! We were very satisfied with every aspect of the trip, including great fishing, facilities, service, food, guide service, staff helpfulness, friendliness, and commitment to making our experience the very best that it could be! We caught 2 trophy Northern Pike, 3 trophy smallmouth bass, several near trophy walleye, and boated around 450 fish in our 5 days of fishing.
Thanks for everything and we look forward to returning to Halley’s Camps next summer.