Seagull Creek Fishing Camp
12056 Gunflint Trail Grand Marais, MN 55604
Information: (218) 388-9929    Reservations:1-800-531-5510
Email: Seagullcreek@WildBlue.net

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Seagull Creek Fishing Camp is a small, quiet resort at the edge of the BWCAW, which is owned and operated by Mike Berg since 1979.

Seagull Creek Fishing Camp offers top-quality guided day fishing trips for trophy walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and lake trout. With a staff of three professional guides that have over 50 years of experience in the area, you'll have the chance to catch that "once-in-a-lifetime" fish to mount or to photograph and then release.
 
Seagull Creek Fishing Camp is located in the Arrowhead region of northeastern Minnesota at the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW). It is at the end of the Gunflint Trail - at Seagull and Saganaga Lakes. The Gunflint Trail starts in Grand Marais, Minnesota, and stretches 55 miles through the Superior National Forest, ending at Saganaga Lake.




Seagull Creek Fishing Camp is open year-round, From mid Jan. to mid April you can enjoy some great ice-fishing opportunitys for lake trout, walleye, northern pike. Snowmobile from Seagull Creek out to Sag and Northern Light Lakes for some great fishing or just riding around on 2 of the most senic lakes in the area.
Seagull Creek offers several different styles of cabin rentals. These are modern, fully equipped housekeeping cabins reflecting the natural charm of the north woods and are available year-round.

Guests staying at Seagull Creek Fishing Camp can either trailer their own boats the short distance to Seagull or Saganaga Lakes or rent fishing boats and motors from Seagull Creek for use on both lakes. Seagull Lake has a 10 hp motor limit; Saganaga Lake has a 25 hp motor limit.