Mystic Moose Resort
Jim has spent several weeks each year fishing the Canadian wilderness with a good friend of his, Mike Henry of Pipestone Fly-In Outposts. Jim also has spent the 4 years fishing with the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail.
Jim and Barb are looking forward to meeting new friends at the Mystic Moose and promise to provide a very exciting and relaxing vacation for you and your family with clean and neat accommodations.
The Mystic Moose is perfectly located to provide you access to all the Area has to offer from a very peace and tranquil Northwoods setting. During the winter months enjoy the numerous scenic cross-country ski trails. Sawyer County has a well maintained snowmobile trail network including trails #5 and #21 which are very close to the Mystic Moose.
Take in all the natural beauty that the Chequamegon National Forest has to offer. Soak up the beauty of the woods and waters via the many hiking and mountain biking trails . Canoe, kayak and fish the many lakes and rivers or play a round of golf on some of the Area's championship golf courses. If you are lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of the elk released in the Chequamegon National Forest
All of the beauty, world-class fishing, scenic getaways and world famous events of Moose Lake Country await your arrival.
CABIN INFO & RATESWe have 4 cabins to chose from here at the Mystic Moose, with a vacation home located only two miles away by road or 1 mile by water. Our two older cabins have been recently renovated while our other 2 have been newly constructed. The 2 newly renovated cabins have new furnaces, kitchen stoves and microwaves. New cupboards were installed in the Wolf Den. The Critter cabin just had a beautifull addition built, to add over 200 sq. feet of more living area. All of our kitchens are set up and fully equipped for your use. We do encourage you to bring your own bath and kitchen linens, but we do have some available if necessary. All of our beds are completly made up with sheets blankets and pillows.
The Area around Mystic Moose is very quiet and peaceful. All our cabins have wonderful screen porches for relaxing. We have swings, chairs, hammocks and bonfire pit, wood is supplied. Mystic Moose also has gas grills for each cabin and a fish cooker available. We have many flower gardens for you to look at. Evening star gazing is a must. Watch the beautiful bald Eagles sore just clear of the tree tops. You will never experience what you see up here in the city. It's amazing!!! You are invited to join us so we can share with you, this beauty of nature.
FISHING ON MOOSE LAKEBeautiful Moose Lake is a 1600 acre, dark water flowage surrounded by the Chequamegon National Forest making it a true fisherman's paradise. Fish for trophy musky, walleye, crappie, bass and panfish. Moose Lake is a Class A Musky Lake, the Mystic Musky awaits your arrival!
Large numbers of smallmouth bass known as the acrobats of the north are very plentiful in Moose Lake. These fish await your lure so they can give you a good fight. Pound for pound they fight the hardest of any fish. You will enjoy catching these fish and watching them dance on theirs tails on top of the water.
Walleye fishing is my favorite. You will find walleyes in many areas of the lake. Keep in mind on Moose Lake there is no size limit and you can keep up to 5 walleyes a day for a delicious shore lunch.
Jim's years of fishing experience are at your disposal. He has competed on the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail and now brings his guiding skills to Moose Lake. Enjoy a day with Jim as your guide and take part in one of his delicious shore lunches! Life jackets are available.
Moose Lake Country and the Hayward Area offer a number of qualified guides. Click here to find some of them.