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Has anybody been fishing in Canada? If so do u have a fly in lodge that u really like, or know someone that has been to a place

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  • Has anybody been fishing in Canada? If so do u have a fly in lodge that u really like, or know someone that has been to a place

    Has anybody been fishing in Canada? If so do u have a fly in lodge that u really like, or know someone that has been to a place they recommend.

  • #2
    Like I just told Scott Burger, here's some sites.

    http://www.canadaoutfitters.com/

    http://www.pittriverlodge.com/

    http://www.wildernessnorth.com/

    http://www.hearnelakelodge.com/

    http://www.frontierfishinglodge.com/

    If none of those suit you, just search them using Google. You can book the trips online if you want.

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    • #3
      Scott....
      You'll find lots of articles about Canadian fly-in lodges in the F&S archives. Just do a search. Here's one on northern-pike in particular:
      http://www.fieldandstream.com/articles/john-merwin/1999/12/great-northerns

      Different lodges offer different opportunities for different fish. What is it you'd most like to catch or do?

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      • #4
        http://www.ontariowilderness.com
        http://www.hawkair.com

        On the ontario wilderness site I have been to Tony's lake. Excellent walleye fishing, especially in the Oba river. If you like pike fishing this is a great lake for it as there are pencil reeds surrounding almost the entire lake. It is not uncommon to catch 120-150 pike in a day if thats all you want to fish for. As for the Hawk Air site I don't know how that lake will be, we are heading to their cabin on Easey Point here in August, but they are very reasonably priced and very nice over the phone.

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        • #5
          If you're in the Ontario area, www.thunderhook.com is top notch. The walleye, pike, and trout are untouched and untapped up there in the Wabakimi wilderness. They are pretty remote though, it is fly-in fishing only.

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          • #6
            Kasba lake lodge.
            http://www.kasba.com/

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