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Allanwater Bridge Lodge

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Allanwater Bridge Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp Train In Camp

The Allanwater Bridge Lodge sits in the Northwestern region of Ontario and abuts the Wabakimi Provincial Wilderness Park. Located just 25 miles to the east of Savant Lake, Allanwater Bridge Lodge offers fishermen a remote, but comfortable fishing destination that rivals some of the high-priced fly-in lodges located around Ontario. The Lodge is split into cabins and outposts that feature a rustic chic styling that provides function, comfort, and beautiful views of the Allanwater fishery.

The lodge is a series of six cabins that offer guests remote luxury without all the fuss. Cabins include full kitchens, pillows and pillow cases, but blankets and linens are available upon request. The cabins are set up so that guest bring their own groceries, bedding, and essentials. The camps offer hot showers and flush toilets. The on-site ice maker is perfect for chilling your daily ice-box. Overall, expect a well-equipped place to fish, relax, and enjoy your Canadian fishing experience.

Fishing At Allanwater Bridge Lodge

First, guests have access to two amazing water structures. The lodge sits at the confluence of two rivers — the Brightsands River and the Allanwater River. The benefit to fishermen who guest at Allanwater Bridge Lodge is that the fish patterns become predictable because of how the rivers flow. With plenty of riffle zones, the fish have ample opportunity to eat aquatic insects and grow big and fat. This gives Allanwater Bridge Lodge an advantage over many other lodges that offer fly-in fishing. The fish here are always willing to chase a lure or fly.

The local lakes offer deeper holes with hidden bays and underwater structures where the fish love to congregate. These little oases of fishing are plentiful. The rivers can get wild with winter runoff and the fast-moving waters cause the migratory fish to sink into these deeper holes. If you know the rivers, then you know the fish.

The Fish of Allanwater Bridge Lodge

This is Walleye and Northern Pike territory. At certain times of the year the Walleye school up in groups that are huge. At other times, they are split into factions that dot the lake. The Northern Pike are huge too. With all of the aquatic insect food available, the Walleye and Lake Trout grow to record size. Big fish spawn often and all those fry make excellent food for growing monster sized Northern Pike.

The Allanwater Bridge Lodge is a fishing haven, but it is also an excellent place for Moose hunters. If you'd like to experience moose hunting in an area where the number of hunters is limited and the moose are plentiful, then Allanwater Bridge Lodge is just the place.

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Week of fishing with friends
3.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on September 23, 2017
  • This camp could be so much better than it is. It is beautiful there but very rustic. Cabins were minimal. We were told to check other empty cabins for anything we needed for the kitchen. Four...
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Great fishing, some opportunities for improvement
3.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on June 29, 2015
  • I admit to having a bit of a dilemma in writing this review. I wish I could just give it a 5 star rating and gush about everything, because I loved this place and I liked the owner/manager. On the...
  • 3 Helpful Votes
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1.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on January 20, 2015
  • Camp is run down. Several equipment breakdowns with the motors. Cabins weren't clean and docks were poorly maintained. Arrived around midnight and dropped off on the side of the railroad tracks and...
  • 2 Helpful Votes
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