Howey Bay Resort




PO Box 349, Red Lake


Latitude: 51.018519

Longitude: -93.784785

Marg McLeod




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For the past thirty three years Howey Bay Resort has been owned and operated by Marg’s parents, Bev and Linda Cheney and ourselves, Marg and Dave McLeod. In 1980 Bev retired as a bank manager of a local bank and started working full time at the Resort. A few years later in 1986, Marg and I moved to Red Lake with our two young children, Sarah and Peter, where Marg assumed a teaching position and I assumed the position of Director of Education of the School District. A number of years later Marg and I retired in order to operate the Resort on a full time basis.



Sarah is a Registered Massage Therapist who works in her thriving practice in London. She has twin six year olds who love to visit the Resort . Pete is self employed in the aviation industry. After finishing university he was chosen to qualify to race in the Red Bull World Championship air race circuit. All the years Pete spent flying with me and then for our Resort as he went through high school and University helped shape his career interests.



Our family have always been avid out doors enthusiasts who try to leave our environment in better shape than we found it. We strongly believe in utilizating conservation practices that will ensure that our grandchildren will have access to the kind of environment and resources that we have been so fortunate to experience throughout our lives.



Fishing at Howey Bay Resort and Outposts



Most of our guests who go to Borel Lake find it an easy lake to fish since fish seem to congregate in the same areas year after year and the lake produces a great number of walleye and northern on a regular basis. The fishery keeps improving to the point where guests are now catching walleye in the 25 to 29 inch range while at the same time catching a ‘pile’ of walleye of various sizes.The fact that there are sections of Borel Lake over 75 feet in depth, the water is a tea stained colour, the turbidity level is high (suspended particles that are barely visible), and there are several streams coming into and leaving the lake, all are factors that make Borel Lake such a tremendous walleye fishery.The only portage off Borel Lake is Bev Lake which guests can reach after a five minute walk. This lake has been a catch and release lake for a long time. When the winds blow from the south east walleye stack up along a particular cliff face resulting in ‘a fishing experience to remember’.Our six-eight person cabin is the only cabin on the lake.



Black Bear and Moose Hunting Packages


Moose Hunts


Howey Bay Resort has been offering high quality moose hunting experiences for bow hunters for the past 15 years. Our belief in providing first class service, facilities, equipment and hunting areas, in combination with expert, professional and personable guides and support staff, has resulted in memorable experiences for many of our guests.   Find out more…


Bear Hunts


Howey Bay Resort has sole access to 5,000 acres of prime bear hunting territory, accessible by road and water. All hunting locations are separated by a minimum distance of 1 mile.This past year we had a 100% success rate with weights ranging from 200lbs. to 500lbs plus.   Find out more…

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