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Showing 16-21 of 21 Resorts and Lodges
Situated on the sparkling shores of Eagle Lake, Temple Bay Lodge offers 60,000 acres of fish-filled waters to explore. Whether you're searching for northern pike, muskellunge, walleye, or smallmouth bass, Temple Bay has got you covered. If you need further proof, just take a gander at the lodge's wall, which are thoroughly decorated with trophy... more
South Shore Lodge offers modern cabins set on the shimmering shores of Eagle Lake ensure phenomenal fishing and maximum comfort. At their center, a rustic lodge doubles as a dining room for hearty meals of choice Canadian meats and homemade fare. Just outside, the fish-rich waters of Eagle Lake hide as many trophy catches as your stringer can hold.... more
Looking for a Canada fishing trip? Fishing Canada at Fin and Feather, for walleye, northern pike, and muskie is exceptional. If you are looking for a Canadian hunting trip, big game hunts for black bear or moose is also a successful tradition.... more
Located 50 miles north of Vermilion Bay in the heart of Sunset Country, this area offers some of the finest fishing and hunting in Northern Ontario. Anishinabi Lodge and Outpost are the only residences on more than 8,400 acres of water in Ontario's scenic wilderness.... more
When it comes to Ontario fishing, there are few resorts that match the quality and quantity of fish supplied by Merkel's Camp. Situated on the shores of Wabigoon Lake and just a stone's throw from Dinorwic Lake, this resort provides some of the best walleye, muskie, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and crappie in the region. If you're not ecstatic... more
Surrounded by over 75 miles of shimmering shoreline, the gorgeous, spring-fed waters of Big Canon Lake Lodge are teeming with trophy fish. Big Canon Lake supplies the majority of the monsters, as 30-pound muskie and 28-pound northern pike are known to wander these waters. If you'd prefer to experience the wilderness on dry land, trek through the... more