Tuktegweik Bay - Lac Seul
30 minutes flight time
Tuktegweik Bay is about 2 - 3 miles long on the east end of Lac Seul and located 32 miles north of our base camp. Home to trophy walleyes, big northern pike, smallmouth bass and even the occasional musky, Tuk Bay offers the perfect blend of quality and quantity fishing. The cabin is fronted by a long sand beach. To the north of the cabin the Tuktegweik river runs into the bay providing excellent springtime walleye fishing and year round northern pike fishing.
A sunken island just minutes from your dock provides superb walleye fishing. And to the south and east there are islands with rocky points, weed beds and a long narrow channel holding everything from walleyes and northern, to smallmouth bass and muskies.
Chamberlain narrows is about 20 minutes by boat to the east of our cabin. Although a part of large and famous Lac Seul, this location is in a sheltered area with many great fishing opportunities just minutes from the cabin.
The cabin is one of the finest you will find on all of Lac Seul. It has 4 bedrooms, 8 beds and a large dining area with a magnificent view of the lake. There are 4 - 16 foot boats at the site equipped with 2-stroke 25 hp Mercury motors - all gas included. Boats have padded swivel boat seats with back rests. We do offer the option of boating into this cabin with your own private boats. This option is only available after July 1st. Contact us for boat-in availability and pricing.
Cabin amenities include:
- 2 propane refrigerators
- 4 burner gas stove with oven
- propane BBQ grill
- screened porch
- electric lighting
- hot and cold water
- indoor shower
- Large cooler to hold block ice (provided by camp at no charge)
- satellite phone communication with base camp
- propane fish cooker and shore lunch pan for outside fish frying.
TUK BAY - LAC SEUL
Longitude 92° 2'32.22"W
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