Drive-to Walleye Fishing Camps & Lodges in Ontario
Big Moose Camp
is located on Lake Nosbonsing in Corbeil, Ontario and open year round. Lake Nosbonsing is best known for great Walleye fishing. This lake is stuffed with herring. Lakes with Herring produce big Walleyes over 10 pounds. Don't worry, there are lots of good eating size Walleyes too. Big Moose offers lakeside housekeeping cottages, boat & motor rentals and ice fishing huts.
Ellen Island Camp
is located on an island in the north-end of the Famous Lady Evelyn Lake. Lady Evelyn Lake is well known for having the very best Walleye fishing in Northeastern Ontario yet receives very little Walleye fishing pressure because of its remote location. Not only will you catch high numbers of Walleyes, the average size Walleye is twice the size of most lakes farther north. Lady Evelyn lake is the top Walleye hotspot in north-eastern Ontario and has produced Walleyes up to 20 pounds. The new waterfront cottages are clean and roomy with a fully equipped kitchen for housekeeping and a 3-piece bath. Total comfort, excellent service and fantastic Walleye fishing is what Ellen Island Camp is all about.
Sunbeam Bungalows Resort
is located in sheltered Callander Bay, on the southeast shore of Lake Nipissing, easy to reach by highway from Toronto in 3 to 3 1/2 hours. Callander Bay offers excellent walleye fishing and gives you shelter and safety in comparison to the rest of the lake. Walleye are plentiful in the 2-3 pound range, with larger walleye in the 4-5 pound range, with trophy catches over 10lbs. The bay has numerous shoals, rocky points, and weed beds where they like to hide- and we know where they are! Sunbeam Bungalows Resortis a family owned resort, open from the spring walleye season, through to the winter ice fishing season. Our newly renovated housekeeping cottages have all the comforts and amenities of home in a very relaxed and friendly setting. New (2015) 16 ft Legend boats with 4-stroke Mercury motors provide an up-to-date, reliable and enjoyable experience out on the water.
is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Nipissing and near the town of Lavigne, Ontario. They have great fishing for Walleye. Walleyes can be found in good numbers with good eating sizes up to trophy 10-pounders. The rocky points, shoals and weedbeds are home to great numbers of hungry Walleyes. Walleyes are common in the 2 to 4 pound range with a few bigger ones in the 5 to 9-pound range being caught. They have beautiful clean lakeside cabins and their rates can't be beat. They also have outstanding fishing for Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Musky & Northern Pike.
Garden Island Lodge
is located on the remote and beautiful south-end of Lady Evelyn Lake in Northern Ontario. Half of the south end of the lake is the Lady Evelyn Smoothwater Provincial Park and the only thing more outstanding than the scenic wilderness is the Walleye fishing. The south end of the lake exhibits a variety of structure, which includes deep springs, rocky points, islands, narrows, shoals and weedy plateaus. In the back weedy bays and narrows heading south to Willow Lake you can catch all kinds of nice eating size Walleyes. Lady Evelyn Lake's claim-to-fame is the high population of gigantic trophy Walleyes. Each week multiple guests catch and release Walleyes well over 30 inches. No other inland lake in Ontario will give you a better chance of catching that trophy Walleye of your dreams. This is an American Plan lodge with hearty meals and comfortable cabins. Fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and Brook Trout is also available.
Olive the Lake Lodge
is a family cottage rental resort and Walleye fishing lodge located on the Marten River, which is between North Bay & Temagami. From camp you can fish many miles of the Marten River for tasty Walleyes. Good numbers of eating-size Walleyes are available with the occasional trophy Walleye over 10 pounds. There are also many other lakes in the area, which you can drive to with good Walleye fishing. Their clean lakeside cabins are warm and cozy and fully equipped for housekeeping.
South River Resort
is located 3 hours north of Toronto and in the south-east corner of Lake Nipissing, which is one of Ontario's top Walleye fishing lakes. Walleye fishing is excellent. Walleye are common in the 1.5 to 3 pound range with many bigger trophy Walleye over 8 pounds being taken by our guests. We have clean and comfortable waterfront fishing cabins, which are well maintained and all have modern appliances. We also offer ice fishing for Walleye during the winter. We are a family owned camp with a very friendly and relaxing atmosphere. They also have outstanding fishing for Musky, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike.
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.
Looking for your next Canada Walleye Fishing vacation? Fantastic Food + superb accommodations + spectacular scenery + super hospitality + fabulous Walleye fishing = A GREAT WALLEYE VACATION. We are known for Trophy Walleye as well as good numbers of good eating size Walleyes. We were selected as one of North America's top 10 Walleye hotspots by Walleye Insider Magazine. Exceptional fishing for Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass is also available.
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!
At Anderson"s Lodge
you have choices of 5 species including fat, mouth watering Walleye, with both numbers & your best chance at a trophy, fishing the legendary Lac Seul - Walleye Capital of the World! From all-inclusive American Plan to Deluxe Fly-In Outpost Packages we can accommodate any groups' needs. New Mercury engines every year & custom-built 21' Bowriders, sumptuous food, including a fresh fish "shore lunch", impeccably clean 1st class accommodations - there is nothing else like it in Sioux Lookout! Professional guiding & service staff provide you with remarkable customer service-totally committed to providing you a quality fishing vacation!We have the best Walleye fishing in Ontario. The lodge is located on Abram Lake with water access to Lac Seul, Pelican Lake and Minnitaki Lake.
is located on the famous French River, which is more like a chain or lakes with a few rapids. The river is well known for outstanding Walleye fishing. Every year guests catch Walleyes over 30 inches with lots of good eating size Walleyes. The French River is big and you need our knowledge to know where the Walleye hotspots are. Wolseley Lodge is both a housekeeping and a full service all-inclusive American Plan lodge with warm and cozy cottages and yummy home cooked meals. They are just a few hour's drive from the border.
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.
Big North Lodge & Outposts
is located on Gun Lake, part of the Winnipeg River System at Minaki, 25 miles north of Kenora, Ontario. Our 5 lakes & river system is famous for outstanding Walleye fishing. With 45 miles of lakes & river, Walleyes are plentiful. You can find spots where you are catching Walleye one after another and some of the Walleyes can get huge with many Walleyes in the 26 to 34-inch range being caught. Our family-operated drive-in lodge offers both American Plan and deluxe lakefront Housekeeping accommodations with all the comforts of home in the wilderness. We also have newly renovated Housekeeping cabins at our fly-in outposts on "Trophy Waters" Roger Lake and Long Lake. Outpost Camps have 14' Lund Boats and 9.9 Hp Mercury motors. Both outposts have unbelievable fishing for Walleye. Come join us for an unforgettable experience.
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.
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.
Hidden River Lodge
is located on Whitefish Lake, which is part of the famous Michipicoten River System. The closest civilization is the tourist outpost town of Wawa, Ontario. Hidden Lake has great fishing for Walleye. The lakes and rivers are just stuffed with good eating size Walleyes and it's easy to catch many times your limit in one day. Guests do bring in trophy Walleye over 10 pounds. They have nice comfortable cabins and really nice boats.
Lower Twin Lakes Lodge
is a drive-to camp and located 6 miles from Nakina, Ontario and on Lower Twin Lake. From their camp you have excellent Walleye fishing in both Upper and Lower Twin Lakes as well as Walleye fishing in the Drowning River. The lumber boom is over in Nakina and most people have moved away to find work. Combining the absence of Walleye fishing pressure from locals with new Walleye limits and size restrictions, the Walleye fishing in Upper & Lower Twin Lakes has improved immensely over the last 10 years. Walleyes are common in the 1 to 3 pound range but trophies in the 10-pound range do get caught and released during the summer. On an average day you should catch between 15 and 25 nice Walleyes. Accommodations are clean and comfortable lakeside housekeeping cottages. A limited-service campground with waterfront sites is also available.
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.
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.
Land O' Lakes Lodge
is located north of Kingston and Belleville and west of Ottawa on the Frontinac Highlands and 15 minutes north of the village of Sharbot Lake and near Clarendon, Ontario. The lodge is located on Crotch Lake, which is the top inland Walleye fishing lake in all of Eastern Ontario. The average size Walleye is 20 inches. Because they have a slot size where all Walleyes need to be released over 19.5 inches; the lake has been transformed into a Mecca for trophy Walleye hunters. There are a lot of Walleyes between 25 and 30 inches being caught and released and the largest in recent years was 36 inches. They offer both American Plan cabins and Housekeeping Plan cottages. They have nice boats for rent. Crotch Lake also has awesome fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Largemouth Bass and the bass can be caught in gigantic numbers. This is a very friendly family-run resort and their cottages are beautiful.
Red Cedar Lake Camp
is located north of North Bay and west of Marten River on a big Walleye-stuffed lake most people drive by and don't even know is there. Their Walleye fishing is the best in the region with guests catching between 10 and 25 Walleyes per day. Their claim-to-fame is the size of their Walleyes. There are a high number of Walleyes in the 7 to 10 pound range and sometimes Walleyes much bigger are caught. They have 11 lakefront cottages that sleep between 2 and 11 people. They offer American Plan and Housekeeping Plan with delicious home cooked meals served in their main lodge. They have fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout on top of being the best Walleye lake in the area.
is located at the mouth of the Spanish River and the North Channel, Lake Huron. They are south of Espanola Ontario. Vance's Resort has a great variety of excellent fishing. The Spanish River has Walleye Walleye fishing. At the mouth of the river heading into the north channel is where some monster Walleye roam. These Walleye like to stay close to the shallow weedy water in the north channel by the river mouth but also take advantage of all the food in Lake Huron so they grow to massive sizes. They offer housekeeping cottages and marina services. They also have great fishing for Musky, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and can arrange charters out on the big lake for steelhead and salmon.
Murray Lake Cottages
is located south of Missanabie and between Wawa and Chapleau, Ontario. They have outstanding Walleye fishing as Walleye are the dominant species in their lake. Not only can you catch trophies over 30 inches the numbers are there as well. Their guests enjoy catching 40 to 60 Walleyes per day on average and on really good days people have reported catching 100 Walleyes in a day. From Murray Lake you have boat access to McMurty Lake and Dog Lake for even more Walleye fishing opportunities. They also have boat caches on several remote backcountry portage lakes, which produce Walleye after Walleye. They have five lakefront housekeeping cabins that sleep between four and nine adults. They have two boat-to outpost camps on Loon Lake and Shikwamkwa Lake and both camps have fantastic Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. Their rates are the best in Ontario. They also have fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Brook Trout and Perch.
is located on Wagoon Lake, which is about 25 miles into the bush from the town of Chapleau Ontario. The have excellent fishing for Walleye. Actually, the whole reputation of the camp is well known for its great walleye fishing. The average size Walleye in their lake is 1.5 to 2 pounds. There are quite a few larger Walleye in the 5 to 10-pound range, which are caught and released throughout the summer. Their lake has various depths reaching all the way down to 50 feet in some places. Generally, you need some deeper water in a lake to produce the big 10-pound trophies.
is a beautiful little family run lodge on famous Canyon Lake. The lake is famous for high numbers of Walleyeas well as big Trophy Walleye. Even though Walleye in the 16 to 22-inch range is the most common Walleye in the lake have been caught consistently over 28 inches and in the 7 to 10-pound range. If you target Walleye there is no reason why you can't catch 30 nice Walleye in a day. Regular guests that know the lake well can do way better. John makes sure all guests are put on the hotspots that produce fish and John is always happy to go through your tackle box and show you what works best. They have super nice lakefront housekeeping pine cabins with a beautiful main lodge for card playing and watching the big game on satellite TV. Their rates are very reasonable.
Eagle Eye Guiding
is located on Eagle Lake in Northwestern Ontario. Greg grew up on Eagle Lake and knows every inch and his professional guiding skills are available for travelers or guests of any lodge on the lake. Eagle Lake is famous for Trophy Walleyes. You pick big Walleyes or lots of Walleyes and Greg with show you a day of the best fishing you can imagine. Spending a day with Greg is very educational as well. He will show you all the tips and tricks to maximize your fishing skills and produce outstanding results. Greg also offer fishing for Musky, Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. His boat is fast and very comfortable. Eagle Lake is goreous so just the boat ride is worth the trip.
Four Season Guiding Camp
is a small and cozy family run outfitter on Big Pine Lake near Chapleau Ontario. Their personal service is just as good as their fantastic Walleye fishing. Cam's camp is the only camp on the lake and since it's such a small lake and too far away for local populations to bother with, you will feel you have the lake to yourself. Walleyes are available in great numbers as well as big trophy Walleye. They offer lakefront housekeeping cabins.
Red Pine Lodge & Outpost Camps
is located in the James Bay Frontier and in the heart of some of the best Walleye fishing in Ontario. Their main lodge is on the famous Ivanhoe Lake and not too far from Foleyet, Ontario. They have outstanding fishing for Walleye with great numbers and huge tropy Walleye. They offer both lakeside cottages at their main camp and remote boat-to outpost camps and a fly-in outpost camp.
Auld Reekie Lodge & Outfitters
is located 3 hours north of North Bay near the town of Gowganda and located on Gowganda Lake. Giant Trophy Walleyes is their claim to fame. There is a string of lakes starting with Gowganda Lake and this string heads down through Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park and down all the way to Cedar Lake in Algonquin Park, which is the headwater for the Petawawa River. In these lakes the average size Walleye is 4 pounds with Walleyes in the 5 to 7 pound range being caught every day. The Walleye fishing in their main lake is quality, not quantity. You may only catch 10 to 15 Walleyes per day but your chances of catching a Walleye in the 8 to 13 pound range is outstanding. If you want quantity, they have boat caches on backcountry lakes where you can catch 100 Walleyes in a day. This is tons of fun but don't expect to catch any Walleyes over 5 pounds on these portage lakes, even though there have been 8 and 9 pounders. They have beautiful lakefront cottages along with a main lodge restaurant and British Pub style bar. They offer American Plan, European Plan and housekeeping plan.
is located on the famous English River in Northern Ontario and up stream from Lac Seul. They have fantastic fishing for Walleye. Walleye average around 2.5 pounds with many Walleye over 10 pounds being caught and released all summer. From Cozy Camp you have access to 14 miles of Barrel Lake and 18 miles of the Walleye stuffed English River. They offer housekeeping cabins and outpost camps. They also have fantastic fishing for monster Northern Pike and huge Smallmouth Bass. A short drive from camp are lakes with Lake Trout, Brook Trout and Splake.
Moose Horn Lodge
has great Walleye fishing and they have the pictures to prove it. You can fish McLennan Lake for Walleyes, which is where the lodge is located or you can drive to many other area lakes, streams and the Chapleau River where there is exceptional Walleye fishing. They offer brand new American Plan and Housekeeping Cottages and a new main lodge. This is a really beautiful lodge and extremely comfortable for people of all ages. They also have fishing for Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. Just a short distance from the lodge is a beautiful stream full of Brook Trout.
Lake Onaping Lodge & Northern Wilderness Outpost Camps
is located on Lake Onaping, which has the best reputation for monster-size trophy Walleyes. In addition to big Walleye, smaller Walleyes in the 1 to 3-pound range can be caught in big numbers. This is big water and produces big fish. The northern part of the lake where the outpost camps are located is dotted with hundreds of islands and tons of Walleye hotspots. The lodge is located on the west shore and outpost cabins are located in various remote locations at the north-end of Lake Onaping. They also have great fishing for Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and the southern end of the lake has monster Lake Trout.
Northern Walleye Lodge
is a housekeeping and American Plan lodge located near the outpost settlement of Missanabie, Ontario, which is north of Wawa and Chapleau and just west of Missanabie Provincial Park. They also have remote outpost camps on Dog Lake. The lodge is located on Dog Lake, which has fantastic Walleye fishing. The camp is known for its amazing Walleye fishing thus they have changed the camp's name to Northern Walleye Lodge from the camp's original name of Camp Missanabie. They also have outstanding fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout 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.
Flame Lake Lodge
offers excellent Northern Ontario fishing for Walleye. They also have trails and waterways to other lakes for the more adventurous, including several trophy Walleye Lakes, all in an untouched wilderness setting. Accommodations include housekeeping cabin or American Plan in the main lodge. They also have great fishing for Northern Pike and Whitefish. There are also many Brook Trout streams in the Chapleau area that you can drive to.
Bear Lake Wilderness Camp
is located within the boundaries of Killarney Wilderness Park. They have outstanding fishing for Walleye. Walleye can be found in great numbers and in big sizes. Bear Lake is a shallow weedy lake so the Walleye fishing is awesome all summer long. The Walleyes don't take off into deep water in the late summer and fall like many other lakes. They have lakefront housekeeping cabins. They also offer outstanding fishing for Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and Brook Trout.
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.
Lac Seul Outpost Lodge
shing for Walleye in a remote region of Lac Seul. Lac Seul is considered the best Walleye fishing lakes in Ontario with high numbers of Walleyes as well as big trophy Walleyes. It's not uncommon to catch over 80 Walleyes in a day. Many customers bring in Walleyes between 30 and 34 inches, which can be anywhere from 7 to 12 pounds. A Lae Seul Outpost, many guests just fish for Walleye right off the dock. You should watch their dock fishing video. They offer amazing lakefront housekeeping cabins that are almost new. They can accommodate small and large groups. Make sure you watch their video of guests catch Walleye after Walleye off the dock. They also have fishing for Musky and Northern Pike.
Crystal Beach Resort
- Lakes in Atikokan are well known all over North America for having fantastic Walleye fishing. Crystal Lake is no exception Walleye can be found in good sizes and great numbers. Depenting on the weather and time of year guests can expect to catch 20 to 80 Walleyes in a day. Throughout the summer Walleyes over 10 pounds get caught and released. Crystal Beach Resort is a family owned fishing camp with personal and friendly service. They offer beautiful, clean and comfortable accommodations at a reasonable price. Their lakes are Ontario's top Smallmouth Bass fishery as well as having excellent Northern Pike Fishing.
Prairie Bee Outpost Camp
is located on Prairie Bee Lake, which is located between Chapleau and Wawa, Ontario. They have great Walleye fishing. Guests can expect to catch between 20 and 40 Walleyes per day with really good days where you can catch well over 50 Walleyes. The Walleyes are most common in the 1 to 3 pound range but 10 pounders over 30 inches are available. At the far west end of the lake they have an extremely remote outpost camp. The main camp is located at the north-east end of the lake. Both camps are extremely remote boat-to camps. From the main camp you have access to Windermere Lake, which is one of the best Walleye lakes in Ontario.
Seine River Lodge
is located near Atikokan Ontario and between Quetico Provincial Park and the White Otter Wilderness Preserve. They have unbelievable fishing for Walleye. Not only are Walleyes available is vast numbers, they have guest bring in some over 35 inches during the summer. Not only can you fish a whole chain of lakes from a motor boat, you can canoe into remote lakes in Quetico Park where there are even more Walleyes. They offer Housekeeping log cabins, American Plan and camping. They are also a canoe rental store and a Canoe Trip Outfitter.
Happy Day Lodge
is located on Windermere Lake, which is one of the best Walleye fishing lakes in the Chapleau area. Walleye fishing is excellent for both high numbers and trophy size. Walleyes are common in the two to five-pound range but there are plenty of trophies over tem pounds being caught and released. Actually, the Walleye fishing is so good at Happy Day Lodge that it is very hard to get a reservation because they are jam-packed with repeat guests. The lake is just swarming with Walleye. Happy Day Lodge is the only lodge on the lake. They have really nice lakeside cabins and boats and offer housekeeping accommodations.
North Country Lodge
- Canyon Lake is one of the best kept secrets in Northwestern Ontario. Canyon Lake produces large numbers as well as big trophy Walleye. Fishing is excellent for all species but their claim-to-fame is the Walleye fishing. 10-pound Walleyes are caught and release throughout the summer as well as great numbers of good eating sizes. Fisherpersons come from all over North America to enjoy the fantastic fishing in crystal-clear Canyon Lake. We are located close to Vermilion Bay, Ontario. They also have fantastic fishing for Musky, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and Perch.
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.
Green Wilderness Lodge & Outpost Camp
is located in Northern Ontario between Timmins & Gogama. They are located in the north arm of Mattagami Lake, which is well known for having great Walleye fishing. Walleyes are available in all sizes but are most common in the 2 to 4-pound range. Their lake has big rivers and many feeder streams, which produces great spawning grounds for Walleye thus keeping the population high. Giant trophy Walleyes over 10 pounds get caught and released on a regular basis. They have nice cottages and boat-to outpost camps both on Mattagai Lake and smaller inland lakes. They also offer day-trips to fly-in trophy Walleye lakes.
Five Mile Lake Lodge & Outpost Camps
is located on Five Mile Lake which is south of Chapleau, Ontario. They offer excellent fishing for Walleye. They are rated as 4 Star (****) accommodations with housekeeping cabins at the base lodge and outpost cabins on Goldie Lake. Five Mile Lake itself is known for its good Walleye fishing. Goldie Lake Outpost is known for its Northern Pike Fishing. There are also Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout in the lake.
Pine Sunset Lodge
is located near the village of Dinorwic, between Dryden and Ignace Ontario, and on the famous Dinorwic Lake. They have outstanding fishing for Walleye ranging from good eating sizes right up to monster troph Walleye. From Dinorwic Lake you can also fish Wabigoon Lake. They have boat caches on wilderness inland lakes for excellent Walleye fishing where you can catch 50 to 100 Walleyes a day. The have clean housekeeping cottages, which range in size to accommodate groups of 2 to 16 people. They also have a campgrounds for both RVs and tents. Outstanding fishing for Northern Pike, Muskie, Crappie, Perch and Smallmouth Bass is availabe in Dinorwic Lake.
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.
CAN-AM Walleye & Musky Charters
- We are a professional sports-fishing charter-boat & guide service operating full-time since 1999 on Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie from the Ontario side. We specifically target Muskie on Lake St. Clair and Rainbow Trout / Steelhead Trout and Walleye on Lake Erie. Fishing locations include Muskie Fishing on Lake St. Clair out of Belle River Marina. Walleye Fishing on Lake Erie out of Colchester Harbour & Wheatley Harbour. Steelhead Fishing / Rainbow Trout Fishing on Lake Erie out of Wheatley Harbour.
Gary's Guide Service
This is Gary; owner of the Walleye Heaven website. I just happen to live near Land O' Lakes Lodge. I keep my boat at the lodge and I offer guiding on Crotch Lake for Walleye. Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike are also available. If you are a guest of the lodge or just visiting the area and want to go fishing please visit my page. I manage a bunch of fishing websites as well as the website for 150 lodges. It's my full time job but I still manage to find the time to guide a coupe of days a week.
Please Note: If the wife or the wives are not interested in fishing they can drive 20 minutes to gorgeous downtown Perth where there are all kinds of shops, cafe's and boutiques.