Wawa Ontario Walleye 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.
Below are lodges that are within an hour's drive of Wawa
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.
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.