Fairy Rock Lake

See What Others Had to Say About Fairy Rock:

"I have been fishing with Randy since 2000. He has always been eager to make sure everything is in order and everybody has a good time. I really like the fact we have the entire lake to ourselves and have the freedom to fish as much, or as little, as we want. Every year I look forward to making this trip to visit with Randy and Tammy, catch lots of quality fish; and, a week in this wilderness setting really helps me to wind down from all the hustle and bustle of daily life back home."
"Great hosts, beautiful setting, and fantastic fishing! What more could you ask for?" - Mike
"A couple of years ago my Dad and I were fishing one of our favorite spots on Fairy Rock Lake in separate boats. As usual there was a little father/son competition going on. To my delight, I caught a 43" trophy northern right at lunch time. After taking some photos and releasing the fish unharmed I suggested to my diabetic Dad that it was time to break for lunch. He refused on the basis that the big ones were hitting right then. Within 20 minutes he boated a 45" northern pike and my bragging rights to the trip's biggest fish quickly disappeared. Only then did he agree to stop for lunch so he could tell me all about his superior catch." -Hal
"I made my first fishing trip to Canada as a boy in 1965. I have fortunately missed only a handful of summers since then. The camp that Randy and Tammy run on Fairy Rock Lake is unique in my experience. You get the solitude of an outpost with the security of an on-site camp manager. Their set-up has allowed me to put together fishing parties including kids, seniors and novices that otherwise I would have worried about taking into the wilderness. Fairy Rock is a productive lake and Randy and Tammy are outstanding hosts." -Hal
"We have enjoyed the terrific scenery, wildlife (moose, bear, mink, many Eagles), and the tremendous hospitality of Randy and Tammy for the past 8 summers. The accommodations are clean and spacious, the large living/dining room is perfect for meals and stories. The freezer and pantry are always well stocked. The northern pike are large and plentiful with many taken over 40” each year. The walleye fishing can't be beat. Dinner is typically caught in 15 minutes at the end of the day." -Phil, Charlie, Bill, Andy, Fred and Scott
"My sons and I have fished Fairy Rock Lake for 15 years, and we have caught several 20+ lb. Northerns. The lake is really a walleye factory, so no one will go hungry!!" - Dave & Sons