Blue Walleye Outpost Hunting and Fishing

Welcome to Blue Walleye Outpost As the new owners of BWO we purchased the outpost in the Spring of 2022 and have taken the season to do some much-needed maintenance and repairs to the camp also to prepare for our first full season hunt in 2023. Since there were no hunts done during the pandemic, we used this season to work with our guides and learn more about our bears likes and dislikes. Our guides have many years of experience successfully hunting black bears and guiding successful hunters out of Blue Walleye Outpost. Our guides are very knowledgeable about black bears and their habits in this region. They enjoy hunting many species throughout North America, but in May and June their focus is on the black bears that roam the boreal forest of Abitibi-Temiscamingue. Our guides are enthusiastic about the 2023 spring season. In their words "We are infested with bears" The region we hunt is in the heart of Zone 13 East, which continues to have the highest number of bears harvested in Quebec. The extremely high number of bears per square kilometer is a key factor in our hunter's success. Traditionally more than 90% of our hunters have an opportunity to harvest a bear. Our 3 fully furnished cabins have flushing toilets, running water, bunk beds, propane fridges and cook stoves. You will need to purchase you fishing/hunting license PRIOR to arrival at camp. (Licenses MUST be purchased before leaving Senneterre, QC) You need to bring with you: fishing rods, fish finder, worms, hunting gear, bedding (sleeping bags, pillows, etc.), Food, drinking water and beverages. DON'T forget your camera and the Bug Spray!!! Senneterre, QC is your last stop for supplies, before heading to the outpost. The new owners of Blue Walleye Outpost, want to thank you for your interest in our Adventure. We welcome all new clients and the many former clients to share in our experience as the Shea brothers have done for many years in the past.


Check dates with the Operator
We recommend checking dates with the Outfitter before booking your trip.


Trip does NOT Include
Fishing license


Deposit non-refundable.


Northern Pike
Brook Trout

Types of Fishing
Offshore fishing
Backcountry fishing
River fishing
Lake fishing

Fishing Techniques
Drift fishing
Bottom fishing
Light tackle


Boat Specs

14 ft Aluminum fishing boats available

During your stay we will include a 14 ft aluminum fishing boat, and we will cover the fuel you will need during your stay. We supply the life jackets (feel free to bring yours if you have them) the oars, 4 stroke 9.8 motor, bailing bucket and the fuel.


Fishing Adventure

Accomodation type:
8 guests
Distance to fishing area:
6 miles of lake



Thomas Fuller

Operator since 2022
We love the outdoors. We love nature and We love to share the experience with others.

Thomas Fuller

Operator since 2022

How to get there

Senneterre, Quebec, Canada
Direction to Blue Walleye Outpost From Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. In Syracuse take I81 North to the Thousands Bridge. Go into Canada and Take 401 east to 416 North. When you get to Ottawa, take 417 east to Nicholas St exit. Follow Nicholas St North to Laurier St and turn right. Go to King Edward and turn left. Follow King Edward to Highway Rt-5 North to Rt- 105 North. Follow 105 North to Rt117 North to Louvicourt Quebec. About 1-mile past Louvicourt take Rt-113 north to Senneterre. In Senneterre, where the road splits you will see an Ultramar gas station. ****This is where you get your last gas, Fishing License and/or hunting license**** You will also call the lodge to inform us you are on the way 613-855-0637. If no one answers, please leave a detailed message noting the time you are leaving the gas bar. We will meet you at the dock in about 2 hours. Directions to Blue Walleye Outpost from Senneterre: From the Ultramar gas station turn left and go to 10th avenue then turn right. Go through town to Rue du Parc Street and turn right. Follow Rue du Parc about ½ mile to Parc Industrial and turn left. Go over the railroad tracks and bare right, continue down Parc Industrial to the stop sign. At the stop sign, turn left onto Rt-806 to the 40KM marker, turn left on Rt-808. Follow Rt-808 to the 22KM marker and turn left (you are still on Rt-808) Go past the 35km marker and bare right (still on Rt-808) Stay on Rt-808 until the 63km marker. Just past the 63KM marker, take the first road on the left. (Look for the Blue Walleye Outpost sign) Take that road about 1 mile and take a left (Look for the Blue Walleye Outpost sign). Go to the parking area. We will meet you there. If for some reason we miss the phone call, a boat is always there. You can see the camp about 1 mile across the lake. (We will also monitor channel 7 on the small handheld radios) All turns and most corners are labeled with white BWO lettering on Blue arrows to help direct along the way. Some roads may still have a “Kevins” sign, Always follow those signs too!

Book with 40% deposit

Once the lodge confirms your trip, your credit card will be charged with a 40% deposit to guarantee the reservation.

Pay remaining balance to the outfitter

The remaining balance will be paid directly to the lodge up to 3 days before the trip. The following payment methods are available: