This episode we go OFF THE GRID and visit three remote Ontario fishing lodges!
Birch Bark Lodge’s Troutfly Outpost
“How does sight fishing for walleye in the middle of summer in clear water sound?
Well, that’s what we experienced (along with whitefish and pike) at Troutfly Lake Outpost.
You have this amazing body of water all to yourself. Along with the two other adjoining lakes and a bonus portage for beautiful brookies.”
Hidden Bay Lodge and Camps
A walleye factory with all the peaceful and northern scenery one could hope for on a fly-in destination is what you can expect at Hidden Bay Lodge’s Armit Lake. If you are looking for a trip that will surely have your arms on ice by trip’s end from all the hook sets and walleye nets, this fly-in Ontario Experience is it.
A short 3 1/2-hour drive from the International Falls and Fort Frances border, and you’re at Hidden Bay Lodge’s float plane base. From there it’s a short 20-minute float plane ride to Armit Lake in the heart of Ontario’s Sunset Country.”
Wabakimi Fishing & Canoeing Outfitters
Wabakimi Provincial Park covers over 5 million acres and is the world’s largest paddling area!
To put that in perspective, it is five times the size of the Boundary Water’s Canoe Area and twice the size of Yellowstone National Park.
Wabakimi Canoe Outfitters are the only full service operation serving this massive area blanketing Ontario’s Superior Country. Sudbury Aviation.
They operate twelve, secluded fly-in only cabins in Northeast Ontario. The air base is conveniently located just north of Sudbury, only a four-hour drive from Toronto and three and a half hours from the border crossing at Sault Ste. Marie.
If you would be driving in through Buffalo, New York, it’s just six hours from there. All the lakes are only 30 to 40 minutes away by air. You’ll be fishing in no time after taking off in one of their float planes!