Northeastern Ontario Fishing Resorts

Wawa

Known for its excellent fishing adventures and surrounding bodies of water, Wawa is a picturesque town where lovers of nature visit year after year to see it for themselves. Tucked in Northern Ontario, in the Michipicoten township, Wawa offers more than year-round fishing; Sandy Beach, the Agawa Rock Pictographs, Lake Superior and the Lake Superior Provincial Park and more are also close by. Of note is the Wawa Goose, a 28-foot steel statue built in 1963. The name of the town comes from the Ojibwa word ‘wewe,’ meaning wild goose — making the statue especially appropriate!

Wawa is known for some of the best fly-in fishing in the country. Drop your line for walleyes in the deep waters from late August to late September, or try in shallower waters earlier in the summer. Northern pike are readily found from summer until the end of the fall season. The later you come, the deeper waters you’ll have to venture to. For early anglers, May and June feature cooler waters and trout, who call the shoreline of Wawa lakes home.

Whitefish and the Hidden Lake are two of the more popular destinations. At the latter, northern pike, trout, smallmouths and more all call the waters home. In Missinaibi Provincial Park to the north, drop your line in its many lakes for larger fish including walleye, perch and northern pike. Dog Lake also provides ample opportunity, with jumbo perch, walleye, trout and more all calling that lake home. For those in search of a trophy, Big Pine Lake houses brook and lake trout, along with northern pike, smallmouth bass and walleye. Other surrounding lakes with these same species — though of the non-trophy variety — include Ivanhoe, Windermere and Kabenung Lakes.

Kamp Kinniwabi

Our log cabins are perfect for groups of up to six! Fully equipped with full facilities, utilities, hot and cold water, flush toilet, showers and more. Located in scenic northern Ontario, enjoy the limitless fishing and hunting opportunities surrounding the camp. With over 14 different lakes, all nestled in the flawless nature, you’ll be able to explore in our stationed 12’ or 14’ boats every day. Logging roads and trails will lead you to secluded spots where you can truly get back in touch with nature. For those who would rather hunt, black bears are plentiful in the Algoma Kinniwabi area. Hunt from tree or ground blinds at well maintained, pre-boated hunting sites. Without any competing outfitters and limited hunters per week, you’ll have a good shot at bagging a bear.

Normandy Lodge

With both housekeeping and American Plan packages to choose from, you don’t have to break the bank for your next wilderness getaway! With 14’ aluminum boats with 9.9 Yamaha engines, our boats (complete with cushions and paddles) will have you comfortable on the water in no time. Or rent a canoe, take a lake map and explore. We’ll find you one of the best spots to drop your line. Kabenhung is one of the province’s most fruitful lakes, and also one of the most gorgeous. Enjoy reeling in trout and perch after getting your license from the camp store. For hunters, fowl, black bear and moose all call the area around the lake home. Hunting packages include pre-baited stands, accommodations, guides and meals. Reservations go quickly, so book today!

Camp Anjigami

A great place to experience personal renewal, and a wonderful place to get away from the daily grind and pressures. We offer the Housekeeping Plan; and our cabins on Anjigami Lake is immaculately kept and well maintained and equipped with modern conveniences and power 24/7. Outpost guests will find our remote fly-in cabins to be equally well maintained, and the equipment serviced regularly for a stress-free stay.

Kamp Kinniwabi

Kamp Kinniwabi

ON-101, Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, ON P0S, Canada

Normandy Lodge

Normandy Lodge

Unnamed Road, Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, ON P0S, Canada

Camp Anjigami

Camp Anjigami

Unnamed Road, Anjigami, ON P0S, Canada