Fly-in Fishing:
Walleye Fishing
Northern Pike Fishing
Lake Trout Fishing

Fishing Information:
Best Spring Lures
Best Summer Lures
Best Fall Lures
Fish Weight Calculator
Local Regulation Summary
Booi's Conservation Policy
How To Get the Y-Bones out of Pike
How To Filet Trout
How To Butterfly & Bake Trout
How to Clean Walleye
Fishing Licenses
Fishing Protected Bays
Fishing Tips

Fly-in Modern:
Trout Lake Cottages
Dining
Free Shorelunches
Booi's Island
Boats & Motors
Fish Cleaning
Map of Trout Lake
Nature Preserve
Booi's Service
Your Flight

Meet Us:
The Boois

Photo Galleries:
Walleye 1
Walleye 2
Walleye 3
Northern Pike 1
Northern Pike 2
Northern Pike 3
Lake Trout 1
Lake Trout 2
Lodge / Scenery
Wildlife
Sunsets
Scenery
Shore Lunch
Relaxing

Testimonials:
Testimonials

Thoughts:
The Booi's Poem
Thought Of The Month
Guest Tributes: Dick Schlecht
Guest Tributes: Gary Anderson

Trip Assistance:
Booi's Help
Items Provided For You and Items to Bring:
Border Crossing

Lodge Information:
Contact Us
Rates

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Trout Lake Wildlife:

The scenery is awe inspiring and unequal with the fishing. We see moose, bald eagles everywhere and many other forms of wildlife. Best of all is the helpful staff, always on call and always friendly. The shore lunches are delicious and the accommodations are just right. What more can I say? We will be back tomorrow, I mean next year!

Jim Kendrick & son Charlie
Florence, S.C.
Booi Island Guest since 2002

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On our first day we snuck up on a cow moose- how absolutely breathtaking! (We have this on camcorder) Another day, we observed 4 otters playing and swimming near shore on some rocks. Just adorable! Then, there were the many bald eagles we spied, so majestic! Warren and I have been blessed by being able to stay at Boois Island.

Darlene Owens
FDL, WI
Booi Island Guest since 2002

Lake Wolverine Project:

The area surrounding Trout Lake exhibit a unique geography, which has created a perfect habitat for the rare Wolverine. There is no greater concentration of Wolverines on Earth thus scientists and biologists from Canada and the United States converge on this area to not only study but to capture Wolverines for release in the USA to repopulate the species.

Lake Wolverine Project Report (.pdf)























































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