Fishing Lodges, Camps, Cottages, Resorts and Outfitters and information for: Gowganda and Shining Tree, Chapleau, Montreal River, Wawa, Lady Evelyn Lake, Lake Tomiko and Marten River, Kirkland Lake, Elk Lake, Gowganda, Matachewan, Sudbury Spanish and Espanola, Gogama, Foleyet, Timmins, Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Hearst, James Bay and Matheson. New Liskeard, and Temagami.
The northeastern Ontario is a fabled land where nature and tranquility are an awakening to the senses. Come and explore the lakes where the crystal water is teeming with fish, and the honey-holes are yours to enjoy all day long. Watch as the ever-abundant moose graze at the waters edge, or the loon sings its haunting song during the evening, gently settling you into slumber.
Ontario’s northeast is a wondrous arena for the avid angler, and with so many lakes, rivers and streams to choose from, the most daunting task during your visit may be deciding which to cast a line into. Walleye and Northern Pike reign supreme throughout the region, and catching dozens of fish is the norm for those fishermen venturing to reap the rewards.
The variety of the fishery is also an attractive lure, with trout, panfish and bass willing and ready in most of the featured lakes.
Bring your family and a large appetite for fishing, as Northern Ontario is never one to disappoint. Come and discover what the near north has to offer and let your angling fantasies finally become a reality! Looking for Walleye information check out our Ontario Walleye Fishing website!
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Gowganda - Shining Tree
Welcome to one of Northeastern Ontario’s most productive regions. Fish Gowganda Lake, West Shining Tree Lake and many back lakes for walleye, smallmouth bass, pike, perch, and whitefish!
Whether you’re in transit to and from North Channel islands or you’re staying a while, Spanish is an ideal landing spot. Well situated near the Benjamin Islands group, as well as Whalesback and McBean Channels, you’ll be well taken care of at the Gateway to the North Channel.