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

Bonny Bay Camp sits along the shores of Wabigoon Lake in Northern Ontario. Bonny Bay Camp is just under a three-hour drive from International Falls, Minnesota and is located just East of Dryden making this an easy lodge to reach from most places along the border.

The main lodge features central air and heating, satellite TV, a sunroom with panoramic views, and a game room with a pool table. The common areas offers sitting areas and plenty of opportunities for visiting with friends or making new ones. Guests lodge in cabins or the campground. The cabins sleep 5-10 people depending on the cabin. Most have two bedrooms, a full kitchen and a three piece bathroom. The cabins are well maintained and offer privacy, plenty of room, and a whole lot of comfort. All cabins offer electric heat and air conditioning. For those who travel with a trailer, the lodge offers a nine space campground with room for trailers of RV's.

Fishing with Bonny Bay Camp

Wabigoon Lake offers plenty of fishing for Walleye, Muskie, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Lake Trout, and Crappie. The lodge is open year round, so winter time means ice fishing.

This is a place of monster fish. In 1985, a five foot long Muskie was caught. Later in 1988 a 65 pound Muskie was caught. So when we talk about trophy sized fish, we mean big ones. So pack your ambition because this place has all of the ingredients for a fishing trip nobody will believe!

The lake offers over 50,000 acres of surface area and a shoreline that seems just to keep going on forever. There are incredible places to fish. Expect Walleye in the 12-18 inch range to be common with trophies in the 31-32 inch range. Northern Pike tip the meter in the 24-36 inch range with trophies hitting the 40-44 inch mark.

If you want to fish for trophy-sized fish, this is the place to do that. Overall, expect an excellent stay at an excellent lodge.

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