Buck Lake Wilderness Lodges
Obakamiga Lake translates to lake of many lakes. As you fly over you will view three lakes joined as one. Hard to pronounce, Obakamiga had been shortened to Buck Lake and has been known as this for generations.
Our two deluxe housekeeping lodges, Buck and Bingwood Cabins are located within 2 miles of each other on the southern end of Buck Lake. This 7400 acre body of water is divided into three fingers with numerous islands, bays, reefs, and rocky shoreline that provides excellent habitat for hard striking walleyes, aggressive northern pike and jumbo perch. A slightly tea stained colour and a cooler temperature keeps the angling action going all season long!
At Buck and Bingwood Cabins we realize the need for comfortable lodging after a great day of fishing or exploring on the lake. Relax in our fully equipped cabins that can accommodate 2-10 guests. If the weather has you a little chilled, just throw another log on the fire, sit back, and enjoy the view from our large windows overlooking the lake. All cabins have their own private dock, 3pc bath, hot showers, and fully equipped kitchens with the added touch of a barbeque. All linens are supplied and you will appreciate the midweek cabin cleaning.
Just as important as a comfortable cabin, is appropriate supplies and equipment to guarantee a memorable vacation. With that in mind, we have now have a fleet of twelve 16’ Mirrocraft boats. These outfitter boats feature flat bottom floors, live wells, pedestal Bucket seats, fish finders, and all your safety equipment. Get around the lake quickly and easily with 30hp Yamaha electric start motors with power trim. Our standard boats are well maintained 14’ aluminum boats with 15hp Yamaha electric start motors. These boats also come equipped with fish finders, swivel seats, and all your safety equipment. Your boat is ready to hit the lake every morning, clean with a full tank of gas.
For your convenience, we have screened-in fish cleaning houses, fish wrapping supplies, freezers, and ice machines at both locations.
A not to missed experience of any fishing trip is shore lunch. This traditionally simple fare of freshly caught fish cooked over an open fire, served with beans and potatoes will become a ritual that one will want to repeat time and time again. Join our weekly shore lunches on Loon Island and enjoy a meal prepared by us while you sit back and unwind.
With no other outfitter on the lake, you can be assured that you will find the tranquility you are seeking!