Whether your first or your fifty first walleye fishing trip, each trip is filled with anticipation, excitement, and challenge. Conditions will almost never be the same. Late ice out, early ice out, too much rain, too little rain, warmer than normal, cooler than normal, the water is high, the water is low, too rainy, too windy, not enough wind, and/or many other combinations.
One thing you don't want to worry about is your lodging. Finding a great camp that is clean and comfortable and has all the amenities you desire allows you to focus daily on where and how the walleye are biting. Walleye are typically caught jigging, trolling a crankbait, slow trolling a bait with a spinner, or casting. Your best source for each trip is local information - which camp owners are usually more than glad to share that with you. Even better and more hands on would be to hire a local guide - let them take you and show you where and how folks are catching the walleye at the time you are there.
The three most common ways to find a great Canadian Fishing Camp or Lodge are:
Ask a good fishing friend or fishing associate at a sporting goods store who has been on a Walleye Fishing Trip. They are more than willing to talk fishing and share with you the location of their latest adventure. The internet is full of websites for hundreds of fishing camps across Canada. Here are several good ones:
We do not represent Taylor's Cove or handle their reservations, we simply report we had ten years of one week trips. The fishing was excellent, Ed Taylor is awesome, and his lodging is also very good. Taylor's Cove Resort is centrally located on the Canada side of Rainy Lake, not far outside of Fort Frances, Ontario - a great location for a walleye fishing trip. Several new cabins, two large ones, and constantly remodeling older cabins. Groups from 2 up to 12 are easy to handle. Located on Bears Pass, a natural passage connecting Red Gut Bay with Swell Bay on Rainy Lake, you have great access to some of the finest fishing experiences around. Rainy Lake features a lot of walleye, as well as northern pike - some of which are very large You will also encounter an occasional Muskie. Rainy Lake also holds lake trout, and crappie. Small mouth bass though plentiful, were once a secret here. The word is out, as you can find many that are above 5 pounds. We feature a separate memory page from our trips to Taylors Cove - links below.
Click on the link above to view several more memory pics from visits to Taylor's cove, or give him a call at the number below. Ed's cabins are like a home away from home. Full baths in each one, kitchens with refrigerators and stoves, and clean comfortable beds. He has rental fishing boats and offers a fish cleaning room. Great lodge for your walleye fishing trip. The contact information for Taylor's Cove is:
Taylor's Cove (Bears Pass) Ltd Gd
Fort Frances, ON P9A 3M5, Canada
Phone: (807) 481-2526
We do not represent Little Canada Camp, we just report we had several great trips to their camp. About a 3 and 1/2 hour drive north of Fort Frances is Little Canada Camp, located on the English River just below the dam from Lac Seul. The English river system is very long, flowing into Lac Seul and exiting that lake at the dam near Ear Falls. The English River is full of Walleye and is sometimes called a walleye factory! This does not mean they are always easy to catch, but it does mean on average you will likely catch more of this delicious fish than most other places. Can you think of a better walleye fishing trip? You will also find perch and northern pike. Plenty of Bald Eagles can be seen, and don't be surprised if you see a moose or two.
Team AABF - Little Canada Camp
Little Canada Camp
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Ear Falls, ON P0V 1T0, Canada
Phone: 1 807-529-4422
We do not represent Evergreen Lodge, however, we report that we have had outstanding fishing trips while staying there. There are so many fishing lodges throughout Ontario and Canada that are very nice. From top to bottom, Lac Seul Evergreen Lodge must rank near to the top. Cabins are late models, or lately remodelled. Not just the cabins but the entire grounds are kept clean. Rental boats are some of the nicest you will find: 19 foot "V" Bottom with 50 HP motors. They are very comfortable and easily can fish 3 anglers. Full house keeping cabins - entire kitchens, full baths, access to two freezers, ice, gas and bait daily. Pat, the owner is friendly and guest oriented. You would not be disappointed with a trip here. Click on the link above and go to their website. Recent pictures from visits there:
Evergreen Lodge Boat Launch
Evergreen Lodge Bragging Board
Evergreen Lodge Cabin
Evergreen Lodge Comfortable Beds
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Lac Seul 26 Inch Walleye
Lac Seul 27 Inch Walleye
Lac Seul Pike
This northern pike was not a length record, however it took off like a freight train when it grabbed the spoon. Located on the northern tip of Lac Seul, Evergreen Lodge provides you with easy access to a fish sanctuary and lots of great water for walleye and pike fishing. Several excellent guides are available for you that Pat can help set up to complete your walleye fishing trip. Here is the link to their website information:
P.O. Box 611 - Ear Falls, Ontario - P0V 1T0 email@example.com
Phone: (807) 222-3586 - 1-888-LAC-SEUL (522-7385)
Sun sets, sun rise, landscapes, eagles, loon, moose, deer, bear plus special treatment by Pat, the owner. Wait, walleye and pike too! You won't be disappointed.