Walleye Fishing in Dryden Ontario

Indian Point Camp is located at the south-west corner of Wabigoon Lake. Wabigoon Lake is one of the most enjoyable Walleye lakes to fish because it is not a deep lake. It's not one of those lakes where the Walleyes take off into deep water by July and are much harder to catch. The Walleyes stay shallow all year, which makes it an easy lake to fish. The lake still exhibits prime Walleye habitat with rocky points, shoals, rocky ridges and shallow weed-lines that that slide into that 10 to 15-foot range, which is where the walleyes like to hide during the day. Not only will you catch lots of Walleyes, your chance at a trophy is very possible with many Walleyes in the 7 to 10-pound range being caught and released all summer. Wabigoon is a big lake and is famous for its gigantic fish. Indian Point Camp has cozy housekeeping cottages with fully equipped kitchens. The camp also has a weekly complementary buffett featuring delicious home-cooking. Fishing for Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Perch and Crappie is also excellent.

Rugby Lake Lodge is located north-west of Dryden or North-east of Vermilion Bay, Ontario. They are a small family-owned fishing camp on Rugby Lake, which is one of the hottest Trophy Walleye lakes in the region. Their numbers for catching Walleye are not a high as a fly-in camps father north but the average size Walleye will be bigger and you also have a chance of catching one of their legendary Mega Walleyes that the lake is famous for. Depending on the weather guests can expect to catch 30 to 60 Walleyes in a day with the average being 3 pounds with lots of 4 and 5 pounders and a couple 6 pounders. This lake has an unusually high number of trophy Walleyes over 10 pounds. You have a great chance at catching your dream Walleye. The trophies are there because of Rugby Lake Lodge's conservation policy on letting all Walleyes over 18 inches go. They have clean comfortable lakefront housekeeping accommodations. They have additional fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Crappie with boat caches on a Lake Trout lake. They are open all winter for ice fishing.

Sandy Point Camp is located on Kawashegamuk Lake, which is between Dryden and Ignace, Ontario and in the deep wilderness. They have outstanding fishing for Walleye. They also have boat caches on 9 surrounding lakes, which will give you the opportunity to have a variety of fishing experiences but most of all, fantastic Walleye. On some of these lakes you will catch more Walleye in a day than a whole week at other lodges. The Walleyes get big as well. They have really nice housekeeping lakeside cabins and new boats & motors. Kawashegamuk Lake is one of Ontario's best hotspots for trophy freshwater fishing.

Merkel's Camp is located between Dryden and Dinorwic Ontario and on the north shore of Wabigoon Lake with close access to Dinorwic Lake. Both of these lakes are considered among the best fishing lakes in Ontario with unbelievable fishing for Walleye. Walleyes are common in the 2 to 5-pound range with many over 30 inches being caught and releases. They also have fantastic fishing for Musky, Northern Pike, Perch, Crappie and Smallmouth Bass. They have 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom lakeside housekeeping cottages on Wabigoon Lake as well as an outpost camp on Little Basket Lake, which has fantastic Walleye fishing.

Bonny Bay Camp is located on the famous Wabigoon Lake, which is well known all over North America for it's monster size Walleyes. Not only do the Walleyes get big, there are tons of them. Bonny Bay Camp is so popular than if you want to get a spot you have to book early. Check out their photo gallery. That says it all. They have beautiful and modern lakefront housekeeping cottages with some cottages big enough to accommodate groups as big as 14 people. Wabigoon Lake also has awesome fishing for Northern Pike, Musky and Smallmouth Bass.

Birch Dale Lodge is located on Eagle Lake and between Dryden & Vermilion Bay and just south of Waldhof, Ontario. The have outstanding fishing for big trophy walleyes. The lake is famous for monster size Walleyes and well as catching high numbers of good eating size Walleye. Their accommodations and rental boats are among the best in Northwestern Ontario. They also offer a meal plan where you choose what you want and you can cook your own steaks. As well they have outstanding fishing for Musky, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout.

Vermilion Bay Lodge is on Eagle Lake in Northwestern Ontario and is one of Ontario's top destinations for Walleye fishing. Eagle Lake is famous for high numbers of good eating size Walleye and also big trophy Walleye. Walleyes in the 25 to 32-inch range and caught each week and a couple times during the summer some lucky fisherperson will bring in a giant Walleye between 33 and 36-inches. With 8 comfortable housekeeping cabins and a main lodge overlooking beautiful Eagle Lake they offer personal service with over 30 years of experience serving fishermen and families. Come "fish, relax & unwind" in the heart of Ontario vast Wilderness. They also have fantastic fishing for Musky, Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass.

Indian Lake Lodge is located on the famous Indian Chain of Lakes, which is north of Vermilion Bay, Ontario and not far from the Manitoba border. From their lodge you have nine lakes to boat through and all are stuffed with Walleye. There are tons of Walleyes in the 2 to 4 pound range with a good number of trophies in the 10 to 13 pound range being caught and released every year. If targeting Walleye you should catch a few in the 5 to 7 pound range during the course of the week. Numbers are high and the fishing is fantastic. They have cozy lakefront cottages that vary in size for small and lodge groups. They offer fantastic 18-foot fishing boat rentals with electric start motors and electric trolling motors. They also have fishing for Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Perch.