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- Access: Drive In Camp Fly In Camp Train In Camp
- Where We Fish: Lake Minisinakwa
- What we fish for: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Brook/Speckled Trout, Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout
Gogama Lodge sits along the shores of Lake Minisinakwa about 460 miles north of Buffalo, New York in Northern Ontario. Guests can drive, fly, or hop a train directly to Gogama. The lodge sits just on the outskirts of the town and is easily accessible by paved road.
Guests stay in fully equipped and modern cabins that offer heat and running water. Additionally, some cabins offer full kitchens; all have indoor bathrooms. Expect comfortable bed and daily housekeeping. On-site amenities include a houseboat, bait and tackle shop and plenty of boats. The dining room features wonderful home cooked meals with family style service.
Fishing with Gogama Lodge
Walleye range to 12 pounds.
Northern Pike range to 29 pounds.
Lake Trout range to 29 pounds.
Rainbow Trout to 8 pounds
Speckled Trout to 6 pounds.
Guests fish from 15-foot boats that feature a wide beam and 9.9 HP motors. Guests find the most success when fishing spinning reels with 10-12 pound poles.
The Lake is about 21 miles long and offers plenty of places to target specific species of fish. There are rock outcrops and underwater structures where fish congregate during the hotter parts of the day. There are little bays and weedy patches where Northern Pike lurk. The deeper areas of the lake often have trophy sized Lake Trout while the mid-depth areas have Smallmouth Bass. The well-structured lake offers awesome places to fish. Simply decide what type of fish you want to target and then let the adventure begin.
Gogama Lodge is easy to find, and the fishing here is good. Guests can choose between a housekeeping cabin or take meals in the main lodge. Overall, expect a comfortable stay on a decent sized lake that offers plenty of fishing opportunities. Many people come for the Walleye, but don't count out the Northern Pike. If you plan to fish Northern Pike, tuck a few steel leader lines into your tackle box. The monsters have over 700 teeth in their mouth and can make short work out of monofilament line.
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