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Wabaskang Camp
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

Wabaskang Camp is about 180 miles from International Falls and sits on the shores of Wabaskang Lake. The camp is easy to find as it is just off Highway 105 and a little south of Perrault Falls. This lake is excellent for Walleye, Nothern Pike, Perch, and Smallmouth Bass.

Guests stay in clean, modern, housekeeping cabins or can park their trailer in the campground. The campground features water and electrical hookups plus a shower house and coin operated laundry.

The cabins feature a full kitchen, linens, and an outdoor BBQ. Guests need to bring bath towels, dish towels, and groceries.

Fishing with Wabaskang Camp

Boat rentals include 14' or 16' Lund boats with 20 HP Yamaha motors. Guests must provide their own life jackets. This is an unguided fishing camp that offers over 105 miles of shoreline from which people can fish. The lodge provides a map of the lake and will point out where the hot fishing spots are. There is an on-site bait and tackle shop with a nice selection of bait. Guests can bring their own boats for a dock fee.

There are a lot of different fish to target at Wabaskang Lake. The Walleye fishing is good. You can find Walleye and Northern Pike along the shores or around the many underwater structures. Walleye like to hang out just offshore near the weed patches. Northern Pike also lurk in the weed beds, especially in quiet water. Hidden bays around a point are often the best places to fish for big Northern Pike.

Expect Northern Pike around the ten-pound range. There are opportunities to battle a monster Pike too. Pike can hit the 40-pound range, but here they tend to top out around 25 pounds. For Walleye, the big ones approach 10-12 pounds with plenty of 1-3 pound Walleye available.

Overall, expect to find clean cabins and a well-run camp on a lake that is full of fish.

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4.5 out of 5 2 Google Reviews
Google Reviews
4 out of 5(4/5)
Reviewed 8 years ago on Google
  • Great place. Small family owned. Great Lund Boats
5 out of 5(5/5)
Reviewed 4 years ago on Google
  • Great place

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