Lake of the Woods Lake of the Woods

Harris Hill Resort is a drive-to Resort on Lake of the Woods Ontario Canada. Being on the South end of Lake of the Woods provides the ultimate fishing opportunity for trophy Walleye in the 25-32" range, with our largest being an amazing 34". We will direct you to areas of excellent Walleye fishing where there is low pressure fishing and the only boats you may see are from our Resort. You can also fish for Muskie, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Perch & Sauger while referring to our Lake Map on the GPS on our 18' Deluxe Boats with 50-115hp 4-stroke motors. Eat in the Lodge or enjoy your fresh fish cooked in your housekeeping cabin and relax in your air conditioning while watching your favorite sport on your HD Satellite TV. Your trip couldn't get any better than this!

Northwest Outfitters is a small and remote outpost lodge located on Shoal Lake and not far from the narrows leading to Lake of the Woods. Shoal Lake is a year round Walleye sanctuary. You cannot keep the Walleyes you catch in Shoal Lake. This is a catch-&-release Trophy Walleye Lake. It's the main spawning ground for all of Lake of the Woods and produces the biggest Walleyes you will find anywhere. It's also your best chance at catching the biggest Walleye of your life. This is Heaven for trophy Walleye hunters. Walleyes in the five to ten pound range are common. If you want to keep and eat Walleyes it is not that far to Lake of the Woods and out of the Walleye sanctuary. They offer an American Plan option and guiding. Their modern cottages are clean and comfortable. They also offer outstanding fishing for Musky, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout. These species are not protected in the Walleye sanctuary so regular limits apply.

Oak Island Resort is located on remote Oak Island on the border of Minnesota and Ontario in Lake of the Woods so guests can fish both American and Canadian waters. Their walleye fishing is fantastic and they have 1000s of photos to prove it. Walleyes are available in good numbers but their claim to fame is the amount of trophy Walleyes. Lake of the Woods is a big lake and big lakes produce big fish. Walleyes in the 28 to 32-inch range are commonly caught and released by guests. Guests arrive by boat to the lodge from either Young's Bay, Angel Inlet or Big Narrows. They have clean and comfortable lakefront housekeeping cottages, which have a gorgeous view of the western sunsets. Fishing for Northern Pike, Musky, Smallmouth Bass, Perch and Crappie is also available. This is a fishing only lodge. There is no hunting as the island is a nature preserve.