Temagami Ontario Walleye Fishing

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.

 



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.
 



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 donít 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.
 



Garden Island Lodge is a remote lodge on Lady Evelyn Lake and only accessible by floatplane or boat. Lady Evelyn Lake is one of the top Walleye lakes in Ontario for both size and numbers. No other lake in Ontario produces as many Walleyes over 30 inches with massive Walleyes as big as 18 pounds being caught and released. They are the only lodge located in the southern section of the lake, which just happens to be where the best fishing is. You also have access to go through the narrows on the way to Willow lake where you can catchs hoards of good eating size walleyes in the two-pound range. Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass are also available but Walleyes are the dominant species. They offer both American Plan and housekeeping accommodations.


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.

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