Crooked Lake Wilderness Lodge

Crooked Lake Wilderness Lodge

 
Secluded in the heart of Queen Elizabeth II WiIdlands Park, Crooked Lake Wilderness Lodge is a true off-the-grid wilderness destination and ideal for fishermen seeking a very private, exclusive escape and fantastic largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing.

Access to Crooked Lake and the lodge is accomplished by a series of short boat rides and portages over the course of four small lakes – an easy trip which takes approximately 40 minutes. Portages are short and well-groomed, and boats and motors await at each end. The final leg welcomes guests with a panoramic view and the sudden appearance of the imposing lodge sitting atop a rocky point and overlooking the lake. Spectacular ! Yet, groups have exclusive use of the lodge and all amenities.

Crooked Lake is a warm, clear-water lake featuring fast- breaking rocky shortlines, abundant shoreline weed-cover and fallen timber and mid-lake depths reaching 40 feet. Crooked Lake offers exceptional largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing – both in terms of numbers and trophy bass. Semi-remote Crooked Lake is seldom fished, and there has been a strong live-release ethic by visiting anglers in place for years. There are few coarse or panfish in the lake, so every bite is a bass !

Crooked Lake Wilderness Lodge is a true one-of-a-kind, off-the-grid wilderness destination. There is simply nothing else like it anywhere !