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7 Lakes Wilderness Camps

Incredible Fly-In Fishing to Remote Lakes for Walleye, Monster Northern Pike, Beautiful Brook Trout & Huge Lake Trout!

4.7 out of 5 28 Google Reviews
Incredible Walleye Fishing
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Choose from one of 7 fly-in outposts located in on several remote fishing lakes in Northwest Ontario. Each of the camps offer electricity, running water with shower & plumbing, fridge, stove, oven, propane grill & fish fryer, all cookware, boats & motors.

The camps are priced very economically ranging from $995 Per Person to $1,595 Per Person depending how many people in your group and how far the flight is to the lake you choose. This is a great option for groups looking for an Ontario Fly-in Fishing trip on a budget.

Each camp is a little different but all have great fishing and amazing views! Depending on the lake you choose you could be fishing for Walleye, Huge Northern Pike, Brook Trout, Monster Lake Trout, Sturgeon & Perch. Contact 7 Lakes Wilderness Camps to get more info on which lake is the best option for your remote fly-in fishing experience!

  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp Fly In Camp

If you are looking for to experience the legendary fishing & beautiful wilderness that Northwest Ontario and the Nakina region offers you this is the place for you. 7 Lakes Wilderness Campsoffers affordable fly-in outpost camps, drive-in fishing camps, multiple fishing adventures, and remote moose hunting trips to meet your needs and budget. Their drive in camp is located on Lower Twin Lake just 10 miles north of Nakina and has outstanding fishing for walleye & northern pike as well as many drive-to locations for brook trout and lake trout.

While the focus here is on the incredible fly-in outpost camps but if you are looking for a more affordable drive-in option as well! Their drive-in camp is called Walleye Cove & offers guests fantastic fishing & Walleye and Northern Pike...and if you are looking for Brook Trout or Lake Trout they offer quite a few drive-to options for you.

Fly-In Outpost Camps - Experience Legendary Northwest Ontario Fishing

Northwest Ontario is known it's incredible fishing and one of the best ways to experience this is to fly-in to a remote lake in the Canadian wilderness that you have all to yourself for an entire week. As their name would suggest they offer fly-in fishing trips to seven different lakes...and while each lake has a comfortable cabin & incredible views they each offer something slightly different from a fishing perspective. And as for the outpost camps themselves each offers electricity, running water with shower & plumbing, fridge, stove, oven, propane grill & fish fryer, all cookware, boats & motors.

You can find great walleye fishing at all of the lakes so if you are looking for epic walleye fishing you are at the right place! You can also find Monster Northern Pike at Ara Lake, Kagianagami Lake, Marshall Lake & Wayner Lake. If you are looking for HUGE Lake Trout then Kagianagami Lake is the one for you! Looking for Brook Trout they've got a few options for Brookies as well....Kagianagami Lake, Teabeau Lake & Dusey Lake all offer fishing for Beautiful Brook Trout. And if you are looking for Whitefish, Perch or Sturgeon some of the lakes offer those as well.

Really you can't go wrong with any of these lakes though. If you are interested your best bet is to reach out to Brad who can answer any questions for you about the lakes, outpost camps or drive-in camp and get you setup for the trip of your dreams!

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4.7 out of 5 28 Google Reviews
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5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 11 months ago on Google
  • A group of friends and I just returned from a weeks stay at Walleye Cove. This place has everything you would expect and then some for a remote wilderness camp. Comparing it to my other experiences in Canada, having a shower, toilet and running hot water in our cabin was a pleasant surprise. The Wolves Rest cabin we stayed in was very well maintained, clean and had the basic necessities (pots, pans, cups, silverware etc) for our stay. There were 5 guys in our group and there was plenty space for our gear, food, clothes etc. Brad and Helen were very transparent and easy to work with. I look forward to staying with 7 Lakes in the future.
5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 11 months ago on Google
  • This was my third trip with the Slagels staying at Ara, Marshall, and Twin lakes. Every cabin is very well maintained and very comfortable with amenities you normally wouldn?t find in outfitting camps. The fishing is top notch and enjoyable for all skill levels. Brad and Helen are such good hosts and once you meet them you?ll understand why their camps are so well kept. Will be booking future trips with them.
5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 2 months ago on Google
  • I have a group heading up to see Helen and Brad in a couple of days for our annual early summer fishing trip. Can't wait! I've made the trip every year for the last several years and with the exception of covid and border closures. Cabins are rustic but that just adds to the experience. Still working my way through all the lakes and can't really pick one as my favorite. They have all offered something diferent and special. Tell Brad what you want out of the trip and let him pick for you. Find excuses to call and talk to Helen. She's a hoot! I've caught walleye over 30 inches and numerous good pike the largest being 43. There's something special being on lakes and going or even the entire week without seeing another group. Take a good attitude, a camera, a few good friends and watch the sun go down while the loons serenade you. Bring home great memories and some fish. One of these years I'll just hop from lake to lake for a few weeks or a month. UPDATE: Thought I should provide an update. Last spring added a 44" pike and another monster PB 55" pike. Returning to the same lake and will return to our big pike hole. Also fished this lake and another last September and did very well including walleye to 29". Dont forget the fall.
5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 10 months ago on Google
  • 7 Lakes Wilderness Camps is a must stay. Just returning from my latest trip to the drive-in Walleye Cove. We stayed in the Wolves Rest cabin and it did not disappoint. The cabin was very clean, well maintained, and stocked with everything we would need for our week of fishing. If there was anything that we needed, Brad, Helen and Mike were there to accommodate no questions asked. The fishing was great and there is plenty of water to explore and get into the walleyes. Our group caught several over 24" and had plenty for fish frys. Overall, couldn't ask for a better week of fishing, laughs and adventure. If you are looking for a fishing camp with great hosts and cabins - head on up to Seven Lakes Wilderness Camps. Thank you Brad, Helen and Mike for a GREAT week!
5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 11 months ago on Google
  • What a great stay at 7 Lakes wilderness camp at the Twin lakes location, outside of Nakina. This was my second trip with 7 Lakes and definitely won?t be the last. My first trip was to their remote Marshall Lake location and experienced world class fishing at its finest along with a comfortable camp and cabin. The Twin Lakes Camp has everything to offer- amazing views, full amenities(running water, hot water, full kitchen, wifi, fish cleaning shack, shower, electricity, convenient dock/landing location, etc) two connected lakes full of fish that you can spend days and days exploring, and a great personable staff that is completely customer minded. For the person or group looking for a Canadian wilderness get away with very comfortable home-like features this may be the trip for you. If you are looking for something more remote they also offer that in their several fly in only outposts. The fishing was good even with a recent mayfly hatch. We caught fish every day and ate our fill of walleye. I would love to see the fishing when their bellies aren?t full of mayflies. Exclusively walleye was caught, we did however catch some pike and perch, and there is a brook trout lake that is about a 30 minute drive, packed full of hard fighting brook trout. All in all my stay with 7 lakes was hands down fantastic. The owners and staff are great people that will do anything for anyone and they take pride in their camps, as they should. I will be booking multiple trips in the future with them, hoping to experience all 7!

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