Fishing Report: Rain Didn’t Stop the Walleye
Opening weekend has come and gone, and your BIG catch pictures are rolling in from across Northeastern Ontario! Not just opening weekend for walleye, fishing lodges from the French River to Cochrane opened their doors, launched their boats, and fired up the pans on the Victoria Day long weekend.
Anglers braved rain, but thankfully little to no bugs. The drizzle couldn’t put a damper on what turned out to be a highly successful weekend of fishing throughout the region.
Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge – Elk Lake
“Located in the midst of northern Ontario’s Wilderness Region, Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge is truly a sportsmen’s and recreational enthusiast’s paradise.”
Some more guests from Michigan, Jim and his father did not let the rain stop them from a good day of fishing!
Wolseley Lodge – Upper French River
“The Wolseley Lodge at the French River is just 3.5 hours north of Toronto. We offer 16 clean and comfortable cabins ranging in size from 1 to 4 bedrooms.”
Olive the Lake Fishing Lodge – Marten River
“Olive the Lake – a true cottage experience. It’s a Northern Ontario fishing lodge resort offering 6 cottage rentals for vacations with friends and family.”
Deepwater Lodge – Temagami
“Deepwater Lodge is an island resort located on Lake Temagami. We are pet friendly!!”
Agnew Lake Lodge – Webbwood, near Espanola
“Agnew Lake Lodge is situated on beautiful Agnew Lake, 8 km north of Webbwood, and 2 1/2 hours east of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario.”
Horseshoe Island Camp – Matachewan, near Kirkland Lake
“With 24 miles of scenic waterway as your playground, this fishers paradise is waiting just for you.”