Well, we made it back!
Had a fantastic trip. Fishing was good, not amazing, but really good. most fish were in the 12-15" range except for a couple. The biggest fish was actually landed in the boat but flipped itself back into the water before it was measured, but was estimated to be 19" and a lot fatter than the rest of the fish.
The camp was great with everything you could need - running water, flush toilet, propane stove, fridge and on demand water heater and shower. Also has an oil heater for spring and fall. All the dishes, pots and pans you will need. Boat seats with back, but I would say to bring a foam pad to sit on as well. Also had 3, 14' aluminum boats with 6hp outboards, very stable and reliable. All the gas we could burn as well. If you need power, just bring a 120V inverter to plug into the 12V outlet in the camp, this is where the satellite phone plugs into as well. They have a solar panel and 12V battery that runs a couple of LED lights and the water pump. Bunks were great - we brought air mattresses, but the 5" foam pads they have there would have been enough. Water is drawn from the lake so you'll need a way to purify your water. We just boiled it and cooled it overnight. We had pump issues one day and they flew right in and replaced the pump as well as an outboard that had a broken tiller.
We fished every corner, depth, cove, flat, river and hole we could find. The deepest point of the lakes were 204' and 169' but were mostly about 30-50' deep with shallow flats. By far the best fishing was on 3 types of lures - one was a gold and red lure with black dots and about 1.5" long (no bait), the next was a double bladed willow leaf spinner with fluorescent green tape and worm, the other main lure was a wedding band with worm.
The plane... with 4 people, you'll be in a Beaver and it's very tight. You are restricted by transport Canada to 100 lbs of gear per person - this includes all your food and alcohol. we allowed ourselves 40lbs of gear each and the rest for food and liquor. If you go to 5 or 6 people you'll get a larger plane - an Otter and I would venture a guess that they will allow you to take a bit more gear. You are also restricted on the Beaver plane to a 1200lb max weight for all gear and passengers. So, if your 4 burly people and weigh 275 each, that means your sitting at 1100 lbs and only have 100 lbs left for gear and food. You will have the option to have another plane bring in more gear, but that will cost you, likely $600 or more.
Overall, we definitely had a fantastic trip and would love to go back again with this company. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone. All in, it cost each of the four of us $1450 including ferry, gas, food, hotels and the trip. We were a bit disappointed that we didn't hook into any significant numbers of large brook trout, but believe that we just hit the lake at a bad time. it was very hot and sunny the whole time and the water dropped almost a foot during our trip. That makes it hard to fish anywhere. The scenery was absolutely amazing, I could go back again just for that!
"If you're just going so you can catch big fish, you're missing the point..."