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.
Big Moose Camp is located on Lake Nosbonsing and is near 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 for shore lunch. Big Moose offers lakeside housekeeping cottages, boat & motor rentals, campsites and ice fishing huts.
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.
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.
Twin J Hide-A-Way is located on Mattagami Lake, which is well known for having outstanding Walleye fishing. They also have easy access to the Minisinakwa River where the Walleye fishing is just as good. Mattagami Lake is known more for producing big trophy Walleyes but in the right spots you can catch a whole mess of fish. They offer daylong fly-in trips to trophy Walleye & lakes through the local air service where you can catch 100 walleyes in a day. They offer housekeeping cottages and boat rentals. They also have great Northern Pike Fishing
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.
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.
Pasha Lake Cabins is located near Jellicoe, Ontario and just down the road from Armstrong, Nipigon and Nakina. Pasha Lake has the biggest Walleyes in Ontario and as far as numbers, they are one of the best Walleye hotspots in Ontario. If you want to catch the biggest walleye of your life, Pasha Lake is the place to go. If you want to catch 100 Walleye in a day, this is the place to go. Pasha Lake Cabins is the top drive-to Walleye fishing camp in Ontario. They also have boat access to Lake Nipigon, which also has fantastic Walleye fishing. They offer very comfortable housekeeping cabins. Lake Trout, Brook Trout and monster Northern Pike are also available.
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.