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Indian Point Camp
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

Indian Point Camp is found in Northwestern Ontario and sits along the shores of Wabigoon Lake. The nearest town to Indian Point Camp is Dryden, and that is the place to stock up on groceries for your cabin. The lodge is located on a 30-acre peninsula and offers fishing opportunities for Walleye, Muskie, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Crappie, and Lake Trout.

The lodge is a series of cabins of various sizes and sleeps from 1-6 guest depending on the cabin. The cabins feature combined dining and living areas, full kitchen, and bedding. Guests are required to bring their own bath towels and toiletries.

Fishing on Wabigoon Lake

Wabigoon Lake is a shallow lake that heats up faster than many of the surrounding lakes. That warmer water offers nutrient rich food for the fish that live here, and that means a lot of fish of good size. The Walleye here are plentiful, and you can reel in 1-3 pound Walleye all day long. Guests catch 15-25 Walleye a day. Muskie are plentiful here too. There are a lot of smaller fish on which the Muskie prey. The Muskie in Wabigoon Lake range in length from 30-40 inches. You can usually find them if you look for the Cabbage Weed, which is one of their favorite spots to lurk. Northern Pike are beautiful fish and much like the Muskie these top-tier predators prefer to lurk in the weeds. As such, you can find these monsters in the shallows. Northern Pike on Wabigoon Lake range up to 25 or so pounds. Sometimes you get lucky as these fish could reach 40 plus pounds. The warm water of Wabigoon Lake makes a wonderful habitat for Smallmouth bass. Expect to reel in 3-4 pound bass in huge numbers. Some guests have reported catching 50 or more bass in a single day. Bigger Smallmouth bass weigh up to six pounds. The local lakes are where you must go to find Lake Trout. There are no Lake Trout in Wabigoon Lake.

Local Lakes with Good Fishing

There are about a dozen local lakes that offer excellent fishing. Thunder Lake, Ghost Lake, Trout Fly Lake, White Water Lake, and Moshier Bay are just a few of the places where you can fish locally. Most of these lakes have Indian Point Camp boats moored there so guests can access the best parts of the lake. These are the lakes to head to for Lake Trout, Northern Pike, and even Muskie.

Overall, expect plenty of excellent fishing opportunities and a comfortable stay in any of the cabins. Be sure to stock up on groceries before you arrive.

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