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- Access: Drive In Camp
- Where We Fish: Lac Beauchene Lac Bouleaux Lac Patterson Petit Beauchene Petit Bouleaux
- What we fish for: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Brook/Speckled Trout, Lake Trout, Whitefish
Beauchene Wilderness Lodge sits amid the high hills of Quebec and near the border of Ontario. This is the La Reserve Beauchene and home to some 3-dozen lakes and the Ottawa River. There are 50,000 acres of fishable waters and they are under a conservation program. That means big fish and lots of them.
You can drive to the lodge. It is 4.5 hours from Toronto or 6.5 hours from Montreal. The lodge is east of Thorne and off of Highway 63.
The Lodge and Out Cabins
The out cabins are spread around at the different lakes. Each is well made and beautifully designed. These are more along the lines of small houses and cottages than cabins. Most have cold water only, indoor plumbing and most have Sun Showers so that you have some hot/warm water. A few of the cabins have outdoor plumbing. What you should expect from the out cabins is a clean and comfortable environment where you can enjoy your downtime when not fishing.
Fishing with Beauchene Wilderness Lodge
Each lake offers something different and you may encounter some species of fish in one lake but not in others. The Lodge's site offers an easy to use sorting list where you can see all the lakes that have a specific type of fish or that are accessible in certain ways.
Expect well-maintained boats that are comfortable, safe, and designed for fishermen.
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