Ontario Walleye Fishing Lodges that are Fly-in
Thunderhook Fly-ins & Smooth Rock Camp
is located north of Armstrong and in the heart of the best Walleye fishing in Ontario. They offer multiple fly-in outpost camps to choose from on remote lakes and a fly-in lodge. All their lakes are stuffed with Walleye. Walleye are most common in the 20 to 23-inch range but their remote lakes can produce Walleye over 32 inches and in the 10 to 12-pound class. Guests with minimal experience with Walleye fishing can expect to catch between 50 and 100 Walleyes per day and those numbers include lots of 4 and 5-pounders. They also have outstanding fishing for , Lake Trout and Brook Trout.
Cat Track Lodge
- Cat Track Lodge is a remote fly-in camp on Lake Savant near the town of Savant Lake. They have exceptional Walleye fishing, which is what you would expect from a fly-in. Guests can expect to catch hoards of Walleyes in the 17" to 22" range with many that are bigger. Lake Savant is a big lake and produces big fish. Walleye over 30" and over 10 pounds are not uncommon. They offer housekeeping cabins that can sleep groups from 4 to 14 people. They also offer a complimentary fish cleaning service with vacuum packaging at no extra cost. The lake is also stuffed with Trophy Lake Trout and Trophy Northern Pike.
Boois Fly-in Lodge
- Hundreds of chubby good eating size Walleyes and trophy Walleyes too big for your net: that's just part of what you get when you fly-in to Booi's Island. Located north of Red Lake Ontario and on Trout Lake, Booi's is a world class fly-in fishing lodge and in the heart of Ontario's vast northern wilderness. Experience absolute luxury in their fully equipped log-constructed cottages that are fully furnished, even with kitchens. Taste magnificent cuisine in their dining room, served by the friendliest staff in the north or cook if you choose. Breathe in the crisp clean air while you cruise the lake in your big 18 ft. boats. You are invited to join their 91% repeat guests and experience a true Walleye fishing trip. The Booi Family are 3rd generation lodge owners & 5th generation Canadians.