On your first day, your float plane will typically land at the lodge around 8 a.m. so you will be heading out for fishing around 9:00 a.m., which is plenty of time for a fun day of action on the water (you don't have to go far from the lodge to tie into some wild fishing!).


At noon your guide will prepare a delicious shore lunch with some fresh fish caught by you that morning. Boats return in the evening around 5:30 p.m., in time for you to freshen up, relax, and compare tall tales with the other guests in camp prior to supper.


Our main fleet of boats on the big lakes are 16.5 and 18 foot aluminum with padded, swivel seats and backrests, and casting decks for fly fishing. Our quiet and smooth running 25, 30 and 40 horsepower four stroke motors will please any enthusiastic fisherman.

We keep fishing pressure on our lakes to a minimum. Fewer people fish our wilderness lake system during the whole summer than many camps do on theirs in a couple of weeks!


Combined with our catch and release policy of trophy fish, the use of barbless hooks, the size and quantity of fish at Oliver Lake is beyond most peoples' expectations.