Short review. The fishing is THE best you could ever hope for. The Laker I posted was 42" and probably 35 lbs. That particular day it was in the 40's, and raining all day. Our guide had no problem taking us out even though most of the guests decided against going out it waas so bad.
The rooms are nothing special but spacious enough to sit around and have a few beers. There is a wood burniong stove in the cabin so I do not know why the other guy did not have heat.
The fly out to Semmons is a must at least once in your limetime. Me and my buddy caught over 100 northern that day. We had 10 masters between us (over 42'). We must have had 30 or more that were over 40" but below the master limit. I caught a master on my first cast. Absolutley incredible.
The brook trout fishing is world class. Check the manitoba records and most of the masters are caught on God's lake each year. You'll get them as big as 20" to 25" or even bigger. Crazy.
The guides, and all of the Indians for that matter, are very quiet and non talkative, they seems almost depressed. you would too if you lived 300 miles form the nearest road and had only four month of tolerable weather. they were by no means mean or angry at the customers. That just how they are so deal with it.
The fishing overshadows any minuses. We'd even go out after dinner for 3 hours for a $20 tip from each of us to the guide.
Bring a carton of cigarettes with you. A few packs a day given to the guides is much appreciated.
I've been there twice and I will not go anywhere else. Alswo, unlike the other review, there were may other people that were repeat customers while we were there. Also, God's lake is definitely in God's Country. The lake is absolutely beautiful.
Oh, and the pic below in which we have $2 rainsuit on, American Airlines lost our luggage (and tackle) so we went ot Walmart at 4 am and got Snoopy poles and a few lures. We caught our 6 am fly in to camp. Those walleyes were caught before noon after about a little over two hours.....with snoopy poles and in a little rain. This place will not disaapoint if you are a true fisherman.