Savant Lake

This lake is 25 miles long and boasts hundreds of islands. It has over 400 miles of shoreline and is surrounded by a designated wilderness area. There is no public access and only two lodges on the lake. There are no private homes, no cottages and no roads - just wilderness. The best word we can use to describe it is remote There have been 40 to 45 lb. Lake Trout have caught and released. A 59 1/2 inch Northern Pike was caught and released. Walleyes over 35 inches and Whitefish exceeding 10 lbs have been taken over the years. These are fish of a lifetime!

The Savant River flows north to the Albany River and James Bay. Huge baitfish populations including cisco, suckers, perch and a variety of minnows make up the food chain. The Ministry of Natural Resources categorizes Lake Savant as a Class A or world-class fishery. The "In-Fisherman" professional staff calls the lake one of Ontario's finest trophy fisheries close to the U.S. border.

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Other Ontario Canada Fishing Lakes:
Seseganaga Lake
Sandy Beach Lake
Sydney Lake
Shearstone Lake
Springpole Lake
Sandbar Lake
Sturgeon Lake
Savant Lake
Seagraves Lake
Shabumeni Lake
Saddle Lake
Sand Point Lake
Sturgeon River
Snelgrove Lake
Sumach Lake
South-West Lake
South Lake
Sally Lake
Short Lake
South Rapids Lake
Snakeweed Lake
Spot Lake
Skinner Lake
Solitary Lake
Sup Lake
Stirland Lake
Schultz Lake