Here is the checklist of what to bring when you come to Obabikon Bay Camp.
- Rain Gear
- Rods and Reels
- Tackle Box
- Jigs (1/4oz-1/2oz)
- Spinner Baits
- Steel Leaders
- Filleting Knife
- Payment Method
- Personal Checks
- Travelers Checks
- NO Credit Cards Please
TEAM OBABIKON PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING:
Meals – if on American Plan: Our “American Plan” provides three full meals per day.
Breakfast will be cook to order. You can have french toast, pancakes, eggs, bacon, oatmeal, red river cereal, or a variety of cereals. Our staff will serve you any combination and any amount. All fixed fresh and hot when you arrive at the dining hall. Lunch is almost always a delicious shore lunch. Fixed at the resort or on the lake, depending on what your group would like to do. A box with everything needed is provided every morning. If you’d like help preparing the lunch, our staff is always willing and able to help. Sack lunches are also available on request.
Dinner is an alternating menu of hearty home cooked meals. All served with made from scratch breads, vegetables, desserts, salad, and a delicious main course. Larry has been the cook at Obabikon for more than twenty years. If you have any special requests or needs, please let us know and we’ll be happy to accommodate you to the best of our abilities.
Full Kitchens include: pots, pans and cooking utensils; plates, bowls, glasses and silverware; coffee pot & coffee mugs; microwave, full size fridge/freezer, stove with oven, dish soap, dish towels, paper towels.
Kitchenettes include: pots, pans and cooking utensils; plates, bowls, glasses and silverware; coffee pot & coffee mugs; microwave, dorm-style fridge/freezer, stove with oven, dish soap, dish towels, paper towels.
Bathrooms include: towels, hand towels and wash clothes, bath mats, bar of soap, toilet paper.
Bedrooms include: beds, sheets & comforters, extra blankets, pillows & pillowcases, dressers, shelf with hangers
WHAT GUESTS SHOULD BRING:
Meals – if on Housekeeping Plan: Groceries if you are on the housekeeping plan.
Personal gear: rain gear, camera, wet/dry bag – plastic bag, flashlight, fillet knife, lip-balm -SPF, sunglasses – polarized, clothes (warm and cool clothing options, flip-flops/shoes, coolers–smaller for in boat, prescription drugs, antihistamines, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush etc., watch, ear plugs.
Fishing equipment: (most items included with guided fishing trips) First Aid kit , tackle box, rods and tube, reels, tackle & lures, bait containers, fish stringer, rain gear, life jacket, insect repellent, depth finder, GPS, compass, lake maps, pocket knife, fish net, lighter, lures and pliers, jaw spreaders.