From the Fort Frances, Ontario/International Falls, MN border crossing, take Hwy 11 W towards Emo. Continue past Emo and turn right on Hwy 71 N. Continue 10 miles on Hwy 71 N to Hwy 615. Turn right on Hwy 615, continue 3 miles to t-intersection, turn left at the t-intersection to Clearwater Lake, continue 10 miles and follow our signs to our airbase.
From the Baudette, MN border crossing, take Hwy 11 E, continue 30 miles to Hwy 71 N. Turn left on Hwy 71 N. Continue 10 miles on Hwy 71 N to Hwy 615. Turn right on Hwy 615, continue 3 miles to t-intersection, turn left at the t-intersection to Clearwater Lake, continue 10 miles and follow our signs to our airbase.
For your convenience, you may use the form provided to get step-by-step driving directions to Hwy 71 N. Once you reach this point continue north on Hwy 71, turn right on Hwy 615, turn left at the t-intersection to Clearwater Lake and follow our signs to our airbase.
If you have a GPS, our air base coordinates are:
Shown below is our airbase and our Fly-In fishing destinations.
For those traveling on a commercial airline, Delta Airlines has flights to the airport in International Falls, MN. We suggest you arrive the day before your scheduled trip with us. On your return flight, please take the latest flight available.
If you have a private airplane, consider flying directly to the International Falls, MN airport . From the airport there is a shuttle service available to take you to your overnight accommodation and from our airbase back to the airport.
General Information: It is important that all visitors to Canada check the rules and regulations for crossing the border before leaving home. Understand what you can legally bring across into Canada for tobacco, liquor and food items, etc.
Border Wait Times: If you are concerned about the border wait times at International Falls, you may consider crossing at Baudette, MN.
Reminder: As of June 1, 2009, traveling by land and air into Canada, you will need a passport!
Our species guide not only describes the beautiful fish that you’ll pull from Canada’s finest waters, but also specifically where you can expect these fish to be in Wabakimi Provincial Park and our boat-in lakes. Click the fish for more information.