TY SJODIN AT ARMIT LAKE
Ty Sjodin and friend, Trevor Kampen, fly into Hidden Bay Lodge in Ontario’s Sunset Country and experience epic, world-class walleye fishing.
Blackstone lake is a fan favorite for walleye and northern pike. There is often a waiting list to visit Blackstone lake, so if you’re feeling up for an adventure of a lifetime, the time is NOW.
The cabin features three bedrooms, a large main room, a wood-burning stove, and a full bathroom with a hot shower and flushing toilet.
With all the comforts of home, Blackstone has a satellite phone. This waterbody is connected to other lakes and tributaries that allow for some incredible structure in many varieties.
walleyes & pike
Being one of our premier outposts, Gage Lake, features a beautiful three-bedroom cabin. The lake is over 8 miles long and 4 miles wide with tons of bays to nuzzle into for some great fishing. The lake also features several sets of rapids. The lake flows north and west, from the Cat River system and streaming into another one of our favorites, Blackstone Lake, from the east. Featured fishing: Walleye and Northern Pike.
The cabin is finished with locally harvested tongue and groove pine. This cabin features a modern kitchen with a propane stove for all your cooking needs.
Gage Lake features satellite phone service, hot and cold running water, an inside flush toilet, shower, and solar powered lights. The utmost in convenience while providing a true wilderness experience.
With an abundance of large fish, this lake will likely satisfy your desire for a wall-worthy fish.
You can access Bury and Highball Lake without portaging. Spreading over 18 miles long and 1 mile wide, water enters by rapids in the northeast corner and exits in the southwest into the Vermilion River system that flows into Lac Seul. With many large bays and few islands, this winding lake has many easy to find walleyes and northern pike.
The cabin features a modern kitchen and propane stove for all your cooking needs.
Relax with a cold drink on the open-air deck after a great day of fishing or on the comfy chairs by the woodstove on cooler days.
Like all our outposts at Hidden Bay, Highstone features satellite internet and phone service, hot and cold running water, inside flush toilet, shower, and solar-powered lights.
The utmost in convenience while providing a true wilderness experience.
— Hot and cold running water.
— Atainless steel fish cleaning table at the dock.
— Minnow buckets and landing nets.
— Bonfire pit with picnic table.
— Boardwalk from cabin to the dock.
— Fully stocked pantry.
— Satellite phone & Wi-Fi.
Miniss lake is over 17 miles long and 7 miles wide, accompanied by many bays and reefs. De Lesseps Lake is connected on the east side and offers additional fishing opportunities.
Water flows in from the rapids 2-1/2 miles from the cabin. The rapids add extra advantage when it comes to walleye and northern fishing on Miniss.
Inside the cabin, you will find all the necessary amenities for all your cooking needs and home comforts.
Relax after an incredible day of fishing on the deck outside.
Like all the outpost cabins at Hidden Bay, Miniss features hot and cold running water, an inside flush toilet, shower and solar powered lights.
The comforts of home but a true wilderness experience!
— Modern refrigerator and propane stove.
— Hot and cold running water with shower.
— Boardwalk system that goes from the cabin to the main dock.
— 14-foot aluminum boats with comfortable seats and 9.9 hp outboard motors.
— Landing nets and minnow buckets supplied.
— Stainless steel fish cleaning table.
— Deck with gas grill.
— Propane deep fryer for fish.
— Electric solar lights.
— Satellite Phone.
This cabin is perfect for large groups or families looking for a fishing adventure like non-other. With a large screen porch, perfect for a bug-free evening of relaxing or an escape from your group snorer, we can accommodate it all at Raggedwood Lake. Inside the cabin, you’ll find three bunk beds and four single beds for a comfortable night’s sleep or lounge.
Raggedwood Lake has rapids exiting to the southwest side of the lake 1-1/2 miles from the cabin. This lake is over 9.5 miles long and over a mile wide in spots amongst the lake.
Enjoy access to Elam Lake without a portage. The lake is on the Vermilion River system that flows into Lac Seul.