Imagine your own 66 square mile territory with your very own lakes, rivers & streams. Trophy fishing the way it was years ago. Catch record breaking Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Brookies!
The sale includes a small lodge, cabins, fleet of boats, equipment, saw mill, outfitters business & outbuildings with exclusive leasehold to the entire property, about 66 square miles. It can not be divided up.
Two addition satellite camps come with this sale along with their cabins, lakes and boats located on a higher elevation plateau.
We’re asking $580,000 about 1/3 of what we have into the place. We mainly used it for a family retreat. A couple years ago my winter caretakers from our beach house decided they would like to spend summers at Lac Perdu. So they refurbished everything over the past few years and I started advertising it for fishing this year and got pretty booked up for a first year.
We are in our 60's and don't want to run any more businesses. Just want to start slowing down and enjoying life a litter before it’s over. Our kids are spread out at this point and no one has the time to get together to go up there together anymore.
Please note: This is not fee simple property that you own outright. Crown land is never sold. This is similar to properties in Hawaii, out West and Alaska.
Exclusive rights are the KEY. No one can ever land on our lakes or fish our waters. Other outfitters do not have exclusive rights. They have purchased the business from someone and the leasehold property rights from the Canadian government, like our selves. But people are still allowed to buy a permit to fish in their lakes, not in ours. The Canadian government does not give out any more exclusive leasehold territories.
We had one group of fisherman catch and release 650 fish during their week there. They said they never caught bigger fish faster anywhere and can’t wait to return. The following week 2 little boys were catching 4 to 6 pound brook trout. So the fishing has never been better. If nothing else take some time out for yourself and go up there and relax and fish.
I'll look forward to answering any other questions you might have.