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Showing 1-12 of 12 Fishing Resorts
Welcome to Camp Kuha! Our newly built (completed in 2000) log cabin resort features a quiet, secluded wilderness location for year-round activities including fishing (walleye, pike, bass), canoeing, wildlife viewing, touring in spectacular fall colors, hiking, trail riding, snowmobiling and other wilderness activities.... more
Just a stone's throw from the fish-filled McLennan Lake, Moose Horn Lodge is teeming with muskie, northern pike, walleye, and smallmouth bass. Cast a line off the dock or find some hot spots while exploring on a rented boat. ... more
Rent a 16-foot steel boat from the lodge and explore Five Mile Lake, searching for muskie, northern pike, walleye, and smallmouth bass. If you'd like a little help finding the hot spots, illicit the help of an experienced guide. ... more
Northern Walleye Lodge is right on Dog Lake, featuring world-class fishing for walleye, smallmouth bass, muskie, and northern pike. If you'd prefer a change of pace, try one of the nearby streams or portage lakes, which are teeming with brook trout. Weedy bays are home to enormous northern pike reaching sizes up to 28 pounds!... more
Offering five main lakes and a smattering of remote outpost lakes, Waterfalls Lodge is sure to appease the avid anglers. Try your hand at fly fishing and reel in some trophy trout or stalk the massive muskie with the heavy duty gear. ... more
In addition to schools upon schools of muskie, walleye, and northern pike, these cabins give you the opportunity to fish for the beautiful and elusive brook trout. Hooking these hidden gems is an art form that can be perfected with the help of the guides. ... more
Borden Lake is filled with trophy walleye, northern pike, bass, and trout; however, if you're not familiar with Ontario fishing techniques, you may come back with an empty stringer. That's why Chapleau Lodge has arranged fishing guides to make sure your fish trip is a successful one. ... more
Undoubtedly, the walleye is the most popular sport fish at Kabinakagami Lake, and you catch them almost anywhere on the lake. If you'd prefer some different species of trophies, muskie, northern pike, and bass also inhabit the lake. ... more
Oba Lake is teeming with walleye, northern, muskie, and more trophy fish. Whether you come when the sun is shining or when the lake is frozen over, you're sure to catch schools upon schools of fish! ... more