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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-23-2018, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to take the family to Ontario next year for a outpost fishing trip. Looking eastern. Google keeps taking me west. Anyone been on one? Looking for recommendations. Thanks!
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try searching by specific province.
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try searching by specific province.
Ummmmm………………………. Ontario IS a specific province.

To the O.P...…………. I have done western Ontario (the natives call it "Northern Ontario") gads of times as a DIY. It is an AWESOME area...……….the approximate triangle between Thunder Bay and Pickle Lake and Dryden.


I have nothing in it other than I know John...…………..but get a hold of these folks: rousseauslanding

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Top 5 Fishing Spots: Ottawa/ Northeast Ontario - World Fishing Network

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Our group use to go to Kenda Lodge north of Sudbury but they are out of business . Try searching around the French river or if you go to the Outdoor show in Harrisburg there are a few outfitters there. Seems like most places are lodges. Or if you don`t mind canoeing and portaging Algonquian Provincial park is great.
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Bush Country Camp in Tιmiscamingue, Quebec. My wife and I booked our first trip there on the recommendation of the HPA founder, John. Who took his boys there during the summer.
It’s a rustic outpost camp on an island at Lac Sasseginega. After leaving the paved road, you have a 2 hr ride on dirt gravel logging roads, then a half hour boat ride to the island. The lake is 19 miles long and shared by 2 Outfitters..
Our last trip was 3 years ago. There is a slot limit on Walleye,and strict possession limit. We’ve caught several 30” Walleye, 34”Lake Trout and a 48” Northern Pike. Typical day fishing was 20-30 Walleye each and plenty of 30-36” Northern Pike.
We would fish walleyes in the morning and evenings and Pike or Lake Trout in the middle of the day.

https://www.bushcountrycamp.com/temi...gue-lakes.html

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Changed it to a fly in. Looking at Sudbury Aviation and Cochrane Air. Both look and sound good. Sudbury is closer. Anybody familiar them? Thanks a bunch.
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Pickle Lake. North of 51 Outposts.
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Pickle Lake. North of 51 Outposts.
If you want remote...……..Pickle Crow/Pickle Lake is remote. We drive about 22 hours to get where we go. Pickle Lake is another 5 hours north from there. But WHAT an area !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If you want remote...……..Pickle Crow/Pickle Lake is remote. We drive about 22 hours to get where we go. Pickle Lake is another 5 hours north from there. But WHAT an area !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Way too far. Going with Sudbury.
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