|08-06-2018 05:33 PM|
|08-06-2018 05:25 PM|
|Timber Minnitaki||Kevin you have a pm|
|08-04-2018 12:44 AM|
|08-03-2018 12:23 PM|
|camp chef||Check out Big North Lodge on the Winnipeg River system|
|08-03-2018 08:14 AM|
Lots of options is this area
|08-03-2018 07:31 AM|
|kevinvjacobs||Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I think we'll be looking at NW Ontario!|
|08-03-2018 07:04 AM|
|08-03-2018 06:31 AM|
I suggest O'Sullivan 's Rainbow on O'Sullivan Lake, near Nakina. Lots of walleye and pike, no bass, but a chance for possible lake trout. Good accommodations, smaller lake with lots of islands, price is right, nice owners, good boats, Honda 4 strokes. We had a moose walk through camp there last week, when we were there.
|08-02-2018 10:22 PM|
Since you asked for advice.....I and my friends have fished Chapleau area lakes in year past (incl Happy Day several times) and now fish NW Ontario water. There is no comparison between the two areas. We drive 24 hours each way, and yes, we'd rather have a one day drive.....but....the fishing in NW Ontario is worth the longer drive.
We found that the Chapleau, Ontario area lakes are "OK" fishing (no doubt they beat inland Indiana or Ohio lakes hands down), though the lakes in NW Ontario are truly the "gold standard" for walleye, pike, Musky, SM Bass fishing. etc.
All things being equal, I'd head to NW Ontario in a heart beat, and your two BIL and the younger boys will thank you.
Some folks may tell you different, but where do the TV fishing shows film a lot of their
You have your choice of Rainy Lake, Eagle Lake, LOTW, Lac Suel, etc and the choices go on and on.
Good luck finding your right lake and camp.
|08-02-2018 06:33 PM|
5 mile lake lodge
Since u have looked around the Chapleau area, we did a father/sons trip to lake winnebagon last year. Was a fantastic lake. its a boat in trip, but u r the only cabin on the lake. cabin and boats were all in good shape. The owners were nice and professional. I would go back for sure. Theres pike, walleye and perch in the lake (whitefish to but we didn't catch any). Cabin is on an island. I highly suggest giving five mile lake lodge a call
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