Covid-19

The scare of the Covid-19 virus is going to be around for a long while. This virus will be world wide with no respect to country borders and everyone needs to be asking “what can I do to help win the battle against the virus”. We fully expect many good things to be coming in the days, weeks and months ahead, but we need everyone to help us in not bringing Covid-19 to Boreal Bay Lodge. We have created a policy of things we require of all visitors.

Expect updates to be coming to the policy, so always check for the most recent updates in the days and weeks before your trip.

Stop the spread and together we will win this war.

http://www.bbaylodge.ca/policies/

Boreal Bay

We are changing our format on Fishing Reports to using Facebook and having bunches of more pictures posted.   You can view our Facebook page without any Facebook account or membership by clicking the “F” in a blue box on left-hand side of our webpage or using this link. https://www.facebook.com/BorealBayLodge/ If you have a Facebook account please… Continue Reading

Mary Crawford

Sad to announce that a true treasure from our past, Mary Crawford died this past Dec 13th.  Mary was 99 years old. Mary and her husband Lloyd owned the resort for ~40 years and made many things happen without much of the technology we use today. The Crawford family is still well known to many… Continue Reading

Smoking policy

Hello, We presently have very few groups of people who smoke inside our cabins and with marijuana being legalized in our area in October 2018, this seems like a good time to implement a smoking policy. The latest policies can be downloaded from our Policies page.  http://www.bbaylodge.ca/policies/ Regards, Kevin Nelson Boreal Bay Lodge (888) 257-9518… Continue Reading

Boreal Bay – Fishing Report – 7/22

Crow Lake and Lake of the Woods are above 70-degree water temperatures almost everywhere, which is warm enough for swimming and summer patterns of fishing. For the past couple of weeks the Walleye have been a little on the slow side for most groups in Stevens Bay, Miles Bay, Nestor Falls, Whitefish Bay and even on Cedartree Lake. Everyone… Continue Reading

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