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Tall Pines Camp
  • 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

Tall Pines Camp sits along the shores of Wabaskang Lake near Perrault Falls in Northern Ontario. The camp offers cabins and an RV campground and some of the areas best fishing. The camp is easy to find as it is just off of Highway 105 a little north of Vermilion Falls. From International Falls, the drive to the lodge is about four hours.

Guests stay in one of the 11 modern log cabins. Cabins feature full kitchens, sitting and dining areas. The only thing that guests need to bring are bath towels. The lodge provides kitchen towels, hand towels and all of the linens and bedding. The bathrooms are three pieces, and most of the cabins have wood heat.

Fishing with Tall Pines Camp

Boats are 16' flat-bottomed vessels with 25 hp Yamaha motors. Guests are allowed to bring their own boat. There is a concrete boat ramp available for launching. Trolling motors are available for an added fee.

Wabaskang Lake has over 15,000 acres of surface water and 105 miles of rugged coastline. The lake represents an outstanding fishery that is home to large populations of Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Lake Trout, and Whitefish.

The structure of the lake is such that it offers a prime fishing experience regardless of which type of fish you choose to target. Some people come for the Smallmouth Bass fishing. Others come for the outstanding trophy Walleye fishing. Most people enjoy the big predator fish such as the Northern Pike. However, don't underestimate the Lake Trout, which can grow to ten plus pounds. If you want to reel in one after another, the Jumbo Perch will not disappoint you. These are also really good eating fish.

Overall, expect a beautiful camp with comfortable, cozy cabins and some of Northern Ontario's best fishing.

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