Ontario - Top 10 Fly-In Fishing Trips
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The Air Ivanhoe Canadian Wilderness Adventures features outstanding fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Lake Trout, and Smallmouth Bass. The main lodge is just an hour from Chapleau, Ontario, which is just over nine hours from Toronto. From the main lodge guests have access to remote outposts where the fishing is pristine.
The Lessard's Fly-In Fishing Outpost sits on the shores of Otukamamoan Lake, which means "trout lake". The lodge is just 25 minutes from Fort Frances by air and a short flight from International Falls. The lodge is a fly-in location that focuses on providing private and exclusive lodging for small groups.
The lodge holds only one group of people at a time. As such, expect to have a private vacation in the midst of some of Ontario's most beautiful county. There is internet and phone service. The dining room provides outstanding lake views and the lodge comes with a pair of cooks who feed you well.
The North Caribou Lake Outposts sits on Cemetery Island which is the center of North Caribou Lake. The base is located in Thunder Bay which sits just 313 miles from International Falls and 3.5 hours from Duluth. From there guests fly to the island. This is one of Ontario's best Walleye Lakes.
Located about 130 miles northeast from Winnipeg in Ontario, Sydney Lake Lodge is a fly-in only fishing destination specializing in Northern Pike, Walleye, and Lake Trout opportunities offered on two amazing remote lakes. The lodge offers 15 and 20 hp motors on 16 foot Lund boats with all gas included as well as a conservation fishing license (your flight into and out of the lodge are also included in the price). The central fishing lodge is a two-story log cabin wonder, which is great for a game of ping-pong, foosball, or a cold beverage with a side of “fish story” from the day’s events. There is also a gazebo located on each side of the island in case you just can’t get enough of the great outdoors offered at Sydney Lake Lodge.
Kesagami Wilderness Lodge sits just past Cochrane on the fringe of the great wilderness. To get here, you can drive on Highway 11 to Cochrane or Fly into Cochrane and then are transported to the lodge. The lodge is beautiful and large. Guests are lodged in the lodge or one of the private out-cabins. The lodge serves as a central point for lounging, dining, and games, such as pool. There are a full bar, and TV in the lounge. Overall, expect a relaxed environment with quality accommodations.
The Kashabowie Outposts sits just 18 miles East of Atikokan and is an easy two hour drive from International Falls.
Guests enjoy the comfort of home in out-cabins equipped with hot and cold running water, electric lights, full-sized appliances including an electric stove with oven, a wood stove for heat, and indoor bathroom. For fishing, guests fly out to one of ten lakes where fishing is remote and the lakes prime fishing spots. Each lake has its own cabin and unique opportunities.
The Slippery Winds Wilderness Lodge sits just 40 miles from the U.S. and Canadian border and along the shores of Yoke Lake. In fact, you are just a short plane ride to the lodge from Fort Frances. This is an outstanding fishing area because it offers Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Walleye, and Muskie fishing. In addition to the long list of fish, you can opt to fish on any of the six available lakes.
Guests of Slippery Winds Wilderness Lodge stay in one of their five modern cabins. Cabins feature premium linens and blankets, twin and double beds, three piece bathrooms, electricity and lights, propane heat, and plenty of opportunities to fish.
The Nielsen's Fly-In Lodge sits on the shores of Rowan Lake near the town of Nestor Falls, which is just over an hour away from International Falls, Minnesota. This is an easy lodge to find and it offers outstanding fishing for Walleye, Big fat Northern Pike, Muskie, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, and Smallmouth Bass. If you are into fishing for Trophy sized fish, then head over to Nielsen's Fly-In Lodge.
The Slate Falls Outposts is based out of Sioux Lookout and provide guests with well-appointed cabins that are within a 30-45 minute flight from the base. Guests of Slate Falls Outposts target Walleye and Northern Pike. This is a conservation lodge and that means big fish. Their conservation policy has been in effect for the past two decades so when you fish here, you feel the improvements. For Anglers that means big fish and lots of them.
Wilderness North sits in Thunder Bay and is a conglomerate of lodges and outposts that offer guests a wonderful gateway into the Canadian wilderness. This is a series of lodges and outpost cabins that focuses on guest experience both for wilderness adventures and fishing.