Anishinabi Lodge is a fly-in fishing lodge north of Vermilion Bay and west of Ear Falls. The main lodge is on an island at the south end of Anishinabi Lake and they have two remote outpost camps at the north end of the lake. They have nine remote backcountry lakes that just boiling with Walleyes. Guests can catch over 100 walleyes per day with an average size of 20 inches. These lakes also produce big Walleyes in the 25 to 27 inch range. Their crown jewel is they trophy catch-&-release fly-out lake where you can still catch over 100 Walleyes in a day but they average 24 inches with tons of Walleyes in the 30-inch range being caught. This is a lodge with such good Walleye fishing that you will leave with a huge smile and sore arms. The lake is also accessible in the winter for some awesome ice fishing. Ice fishing starts January 1st in their region. They also have great fishing for Lake Trout, Pike & Smallmouth. They have beautiful lakefront log cabin cottages, which are fully equipped for housekeeping. They have a main lodge and can offer American Plan with prior notice. They offer Lund fishing boats with electric start motors.