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Cedar Valley Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

Cedar Valley Lodge is accessible by both boat or by road. The nearest town is Bearn and the lodge is easy to access from Toronto, Taggart Bay or by boat from Laniel. The lodge makes it easy to find them and will help you with travel directions as needed.

Fishing with the Cedar Valley Lodge

Guests fish two to a boat and the boats are 16' and come with a 15 hp motor. You are welcome to bring your own boat and the lodge will sell you gas and oil as needed. This is a self-guided fishing lodge though they do provide you with a color-coded map of the lake. You also have access to portage lakes. You will need to bring your own fishing gear and life jacket.

Come prepared to fish for Walleye, Lake Trout, and big Northern Pike. Walleye are ravenous and feed on insects mostly. You can find them in active water where the aquatic insects are often washed down the rapids. The best time to fish for Walleye is in the morning and at dusk. The big Northern Pike tend to lurk and you can target them around weedy beds in quiet bays and along the shore. The Lake Trout are best fished with a slow trolling and using a flashy spoon.

Overall, expect an active lake with plenty of opportunities to target big Fish.

Lodging with Cedar Valley Lodge

Guests are housed in one of the cabins which include a full kitchen with everything you need to make a meal, propane powered fridge, stove, and lights. There is a wood stove for heat, bedding is provided and there is both indoor and outdoor plumbing. Cabins all have running water. There is a central shower building.

You will need to bring your own sleeping bags, towels, life jackets, and personal items, such as soap. The lodge does supply blankets, sheets, and pillows. There is a fish house on site but you will need to bring your own fillet knives.

Be sure to check with the lodge about what your cabin offers.

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