Camp Anjigami has 4 wonderful fly In outpost camps for you to choose from.  Please select from the descriptions below.

Gould Lake
Gould is a beautiful lake with small islands and portage trails for your exploring and fishing pleasure. It is located about nine miles east of Anjigami Lake. The cabin offers a gracious view of the lake from a rocky point on the lake’s easterly shore. The lake has plenty of shoreline for good lake trout and northern pike fishing, as does nearby Flagg Lake.
This is a remote, fly-in only outpost camp and the only cabin on the lake. (See map)

Gould Lake

Fulcher Lake
Fulcher Lake is located by air about twelve miles east of Lake Anjigami (fly-in only). The lake itself is about four miles long, and offers an abundance of shoreline for good Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. A short portage to Shasta Lake will lead you additional Northern Pike and Walleye fishing. The cabin is located on a nice, sandy peninsula centered in the middle of the lake.
This is a remote, fly-in only outpost camp and the only cabin on the lake.
(see Map)
FulcherLake

Tik Lake
Tikamaganda Lake is located approximately 25 miles southeast of Anjigami Lake and is about three miles across and has couple of islands. It has both sandy and rocky shorelines, and fishing is good for walleyes, northern pike and lake trout.
This remote, fly-in only outpost log cabin is located on a sandy stretch of beach. Tik camp is connected by rivers to both our Roderic Lake camp and to Buddy Lake.  This is a remote, fly-in only outpost camp and the only cabin on the lake.  (see Map)

Tik Lake

Roderic Lake
Roderic Lake is situated about twenty-five miles southeast of Anjigami Lake. The log cabin overlooks a pretty little bend in the lake. Roderic Lake has plenty of meandering shorelines that offering good northern and walleye fishing. Nearby Buddy Lake also provides northern and walleyes. For added fishing variety and when the water levels are high enough, you can portage to Tikamaganda Lake for lake trout as well as pike and walleye.
This is a remote, fly-in only outpost camp and the only cabin on the lake.  (see Map)
Rod Lake