Remote Portage-to Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Walleye & Pike Fishing Lakes
Within a close distance of our lodge, there are many great little remote lakes where Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Splake, Walleye and Northern Pike are plentiful. These lakes can be portaged into, driven to, snowmobiled to or flown into via the local air service.
The word Splake comes from merging the two names Lake Trout and Speckled Trout together as a Splake is a hybrid of the two trout species. Speckled Trout is what most Canadians call a Brook Trout.
Below are just a few of the many small portage lakes that are easily accessible in both summer and winter.
Lower Stetham: Easily accessed with small boat and motor. Good fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye.
Neannin Lake: This lake is located off the main snowmobile trail and about 25 minutes from camp. This lake has great Brook trout fishing. It's easier to get into in the winter.
Middle & Upper Stetham: Fairly easy access with smaller boat and motor. Good fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye.
Kenogamissi Upper Dam: A Bit of a highway ride but good Walleye and Northern Pike Fishing
Neazin Lake: Is located off the main snowmobile trail and about 30 minutes from camp. This lake has great Brook trout fishing. It's easier to get into in the winter.
Ketchiwaboose: A little bit of walking to get to in the summer but easy access in the winter. Excellent Fishing for Splake with some Walleye and Northern Pike.
Macfie: A bit of a walk in the summer but easy access in the winter. This lake has great Lake Trout fishing. Once in Macfie, you have access to Robbie Lake ,which has great Lake Trout and Splake fishing. These lakes are very popular with our snowmobiling guests.
Robbie Lake This lake has great Lake Trout and Splake fishing. These lakes are more popular in the winter.
These are just a few of the many local lakes to explore. Most of these lakes are 10 to 20 minutes from the lodge. With a snowmobile, winter access to all these lakes is quick and easy.