Ontario Muskie Fishing Outpost Camps (Boat-to, Drive-To or Fly-to):
Bowhey's West Nipissing Resort Marina & Cafe
- West Nipissing Fishing Camp is a 3.5 hour drive north of Toronto and located on the sheltered west end of Lake Nipissing. Rentals include: Camp Cottages (1 - 4 bedroom units), Drive to Outpost camp and Private Offsite 4 bedroom luxury chalets (sleep 10). Lake Nipissing has outstanding Fishing for Gigantic Muskie. Muskie are common in the 35 to 47-inch range but Lake Nipissing's claim to fame is the Monster 30, 35 and even 40-pound+ Muskie that get caught each summer and fall. Its great fishing and great accommodation in a friendly family-run atmosphere.
First Nation Guides
is a family-owned boat-in wilderness lodge at the south-east shores of the Aulneau Peninsula within Lake Of The Woods with boats on Crow Lake. Guests are boated in from Nestor Falls or welcome to bring their own boats. Lake of the Woods is famous for Musky fishing and the Aulneau Peninsula is a remote section of the lake that receives much less fishing pressure that the southern areas. As a result Musky are available in both gigantic sizes and good numbers. The average size is around 44 inches and guests targeting Musky can expect to catch one or two per day. There have been excellent days where guests were catching between 3 and 8 Musky in a day but you can't expect that kind of luck anywhere on Earth. Most groups will catch a Musky over 50 inches during a week of fishing. The biggest Musky caught and released in recent years was a monster 65-incher. Accommodations are in a large lakefront housekeeping cottage with all modern amenities. Interiors are tastefully decorated with newer furniture and tongue-&-grove pine throughout. As the name suggest guides are available at all times. They also have fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Bass, Perch, Sauger & Crappie.
Big North Lodge
is located on Gun Lake, part of the Winnipeg River System at Minaki, 25 miles north of Kenora, Ontario. Our 5 lakes & river system is famous for outstanding Muskie Fishing. Muskies are common in the 30" to 45" range, with "Lunkers" over 50+ inches caught and released each year. With 45 miles of lakes & river, Muskie are plentiful, fat and hard fighting. Our family-operated drive-in lodge offers both American Plan and deluxe lakefront Housekeeping accommodations with all the comforts of home in the wilderness.
offers a great variety of accommodations as well as great Musky fishing. They have their main lodge strategically located where Pelican Lake and Abram Lake join so guests can fish both lakes for Musky. You will also have water access to Minnitaki Lake and Lac Seul. They have fully equipped lakefront housekeeping cottages that range from two to five bedrooms. They also have a fly-in outpost camp and boat-to outpost camps with great Musky fishing. Musky are most common in the 35" to 45" range but in this water system there are many Musky exceeding 50" that get caught and released. The thicker-girth fish can exceed forty pounds. As all Musky hunters know; how many Musky you catch in a day is dependant on the stability of the weather. This water system is considered one of the top Musky fishing destinations in Ontario. The closest settlement is Sioux Lookout, Ontario. They also offer fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Perch and Whitefish.
At Anderson's Lodge
you have choices of 5 species including the elusive Silver Musky! Want a chance at the next World Record? Fish the legendary Lac Seul on Professionally guided Musky Hunts where every year our guests are successful in boating 50" plus fish! From all-inclusive American Plan to Deluxe Fly-In/Boat-In Outpost Pkgs. we can accommodate any groups' needs. New Mercury engines every year & custom-built 21' Bowriders, sumptuous food, including a fresh fish "shore lunch", impeccably clean 1st class accommodations - there is nothing else like it in Sioux Lookout! We are totally committed to providing you a quality Musky fishing vacation!
Lac Seul Outpost Lodge
features world class fishing. Muskie populations have been increasing for many years and now Lac Seul has emerged as one of the more interesting Muskie destinations in Ontario. 99% of people fishing on Lac Seul are not fishing for Muskie so the Muskie potential is not known. Muskie are still not a dominant species in Lac Seul but guests catch Muskie in the 35 to 43-inch range while fishing for other species. Many big monsters over 50 inches get caught. In 2009, two 60-inch Muskie were reported being caught and released on Lac Seul. This is a destination for catching big muskie, not lots of Muskie. Lac Seul Outposts has beautiful lakefront cottages and fantastic fishing for other species.