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Youth Discounts Offered
(17 years or younger)

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Jeff Haug
2436 N 800W
Frankfort, Indiana, USA 46041

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2888 State Road 25N
Lafayette, Indiana, USA 47905

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photos of float plane at dock, aerial of lakes, fishherman wearing Moccasin Trails Adventures hat, moose and sumset on the lake at Chipai Oupost

The Camps
There are six camps that operate within the Moccasin Trails Adventure group. 

A common question asked is, “How many walleyes will I catch per day?”  And, we say, “How many can you reel in before getting worn out?”  That is a slight exaggeration of course, but the point is made!  The fishing is simply fantastic all through the northern Ojibwe traditional territory and each of the camps offers a truly incredible “untapped” sport fishery.

Cool, clear, fast flowing water is home to our brook trout

The moose hunts are exclusive, meaning you will not see another sport hunter on your trip.  Just you, your hunting partner and your guide… that’s it!  There are more moose than there are people in the area that you while hunting.

Chipai Lake Outpost
Owned an operated by George Whitehead of Webequie First Nation, this rustic and cozy cabin can accommodate up to eight guests and is equipped with a full service kitchen, including; all the pots, pans, plates and cooking utensils you’ll need, hot and cold running water, propane refrigerator and stove, and a safe and reliable wood burning stove for those cool evenings.

There are always enough boats in camp and they are equipped with 15 HP motors.  The main fishery is for walleye and big northern pike.  There are no brook trout or lake trout in the immediate area of the camp. 

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