Lac Seul's Scout Lake Resort & McKenzie Bay Outpost:
Scout Lake is a remote corner of Lac Seul and located at the south-west end of the lake. People who have fished Lac Seul before know these smaller back-water lakes, that are attached to Lac Seul, provide the best Walleye fishing and produce the biggest Walleyes. These lakes are the main Walleye spawning grounds for Lac Seul. It has been speculated that as the Musky population grows the Walleyes are migrating to these satellite lakes and bays to protect themselves as Musky like to stay close to big open water. Not only can you expect the legendary numbers of Walleyes that Lac Seul is famous for; you can expect to catch trophies over 30 inches. Fishing for trophy Northern Pike is excellent everywhere and a boat ride through the narrows into the main body of Lac Seul will get you into some monster Musky. The resort has clean and cozy housekeeping cabins as well as remote outpost camp on McKenzie Bay, which sleeps eight people.
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.