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Pine Island Lodge
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  • Access: Drive In Camp

Guests fish from 1825 Lund boats with flat bottoms and padded seats. They include GPS and a two-way Radio. The lake is big and stretches about 50-miles in length. The terrain changes and so the fishing here is dynamic. Expect shallow shorelines with deep drop-offs and channels. There are plenty of inlets, quiet bays, and backwater lagoons where you can find those big Trophy Northern Pike. Flyout fishing trips are available and the Resort and guides can take you by floatplane on Bear Lake, Hackland Lake, and Bigstone Lake or you can fly over to the Hayes River which is perfect for Brook Trout Fishing.

Fishing with Pine Island Lodge

Expect big fish, including Northern Pike, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and even Sturgeon. Northern Pike in the 30-44 inch range are fairly common. The lake offers prime Northern Pike habitat. Smallmouth Bass in the 20-inch plus range are also common. The varying bottom and ragged shore offer prime Smallmouth Bass fishing. Trophy Walleye weigh in around 18-pounds and the ten pound Walleye are common. Sturgeon have been caught here in the 100-pound range.

Perch and Sauger are also available and both make perfect targets for live bait. You can even use a hooked Perch to lure a Trophy Northern Pike to strike.

The Winnipeg River is dynamic. Expect to fish channels, inlets, and especially around the waterfalls. The underwater habitat includes rocks, points, and plenty of weedy beds where the Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, and Northern Pike like to lurk. The lake is perfect for fly fishing or spin casting and guides are available to help put you on the fish. If you want to fish for Northern Pike, put a few 6-9 inch steel leader lines into your tackle box.

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