An hour of flying north of Nakina is Kagianagami Lake. Most refer to it as Kag Lake. Our camp is located at the north end in the narrows between Kag Lake and outflow of the Opichuan River. The cabin has 6 beds and is fully equipped for housekeeping with propane stove and fridge as well as all the pots, pans and dishes you will need. There is a wood burning stove for heat.
Kag Lake is an awesome lake if you like Big Walleyes, Monster Northern Pike, Gigantic Lake Trout and nice Brook Trout.
Fall 2015 Report Update: We now have a shower, running water, sink and electricity at camp as well as new Yamaha 4 stroke 9.9 hp motors. With Kagianagami Lake being a cold deep lake it maintains a conducive water temperature for the Brook Trout all season as it outflows via the Opichuan River just past our camp. We had a couple of groups this year that targeted Brook Trout and they did quite well.
Walleyes in the lake average over 3 pounds and there are lots of big ones over 10 pounds. There are spots between the islands where you will catch one Walleye after another but generally they are smaller in the 1 to 2 pound range. If you don't mind catching less Walleyes but want big ones that are consistently in the 3 to 5 pound range with much bigger ones thrown in, then you need to put on some Perch-colored Rapalas or Thundersticks and troll down the shore on the west side of the lake. If you are father than 20 feet from shore you will catch nothing. In Kag Lake the Walleyes are right up against the shore in spring, summer and fall. The reason being Kag Lake is 300 feet deep and 30 feet from shore it's already 50 feet deep. You can also cast jigs at the shore and literally drag them off the rocks into the water. The Walleyes are right at the rocks. Actually, Walleyes in this lake act more like Smallmouth Bass.
In the evening the big massive females come out of the deep water and right up into the narrows by the camp. About 30 minutes before dark head to where the narrows meet the lake. It you troll very slowly with Blue J-11 Jointed Rapala in about 3 to 5 feet of water along the shore or across the mouth you will hammer some trophies. Right at dark until about an hour after dark you should catch a few in the 6 to 10 pound range and don't be surprised if you hook into something bigger. There are 20 pound Walleyes in this lake.