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Moak Lodge and Campground - Aerial View
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

The Moak Lodge & Campground sits on Cross Bay along the shores of Cedar Lake in Manitoba. The lodge is 450 km north of Winnipeg and 15 km northwest of Grand Rapids. It is also very easy to get to by car. The cabins offer a rustic charm and offer fully furnished units including a full kitchen, bathrooms with showers, AC, and satellite TV. Expect clean and comfortable cabins with access to easy fishing.

Fishing with Moak Lodge & Campground

Opening season is late may and the ice is gone by the first week of may. This is a great time to sight fish the big Northern Pike here in the shallow waters of quiet bays. Fish are cold blooded and as such, they seek out the warmer water, which also draws in the smaller fish and aquatic insects. If you opt to target big Northern Pike, they are partial to minnow lures and dry mammal/rodent flies. This is a perfect time for fly fishermen. By Late July, the big Northern Pike have moved into the cabbage weed beds. This is also a great lake for Walleye fishing, which in the early season are lurking along the shallow rocky bottom of the lake. By July, the water is warming up and the bigger walleye are either sinking into the shallower holes or lurking in the smaller weed patches. The Juveniles tend to congregate in packs where they hunt for smaller fish. Those are best targeted by trolling. Walleye are attracted to jigs, and especially so when they are deeper in the lake.

Overall, expect some good opportunities to target big fish, especially big Northern Pike.

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