Be it a housekeeping cottage camp, fly-in outpost, or full-service American-plan lodge, a Northern Ontario fishing experience will create memories that last a lifetime.


Outside, nature’s voices - the call of the loon, the hoot of an owl, the crackling of a campfire, waves lapping the shore - echo the Canadian wilderness experience. Evenings, inside the cabin, boisterous camaraderie gradually gives way to quiet appreciation, then sound sleep and dreams of catching the big one.

Ontario’s remote north offers a variety of sportfish species - walleye, northern pike, smallmouth & largemouth bass, brook, lake & rainbow trout, whitefish, yellow perch and more. Incredible fishing, guided back-lake adventures and shore lunches are the cornerstones of a Northern Ontario fishing experience - things not to be overlooked when planning a fishing trip.
 
Preparing a Northern Ontario shorelunch
Thunderhook Fly-ins – Almos Bay outpost