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.