While there is nothing that you have to do there is plenty that you can do. The Dryden area provides year-round recreation, allowing guests a varied selection of activities. Skiing, snowmobiling, curling, ice skating, golf, beach volleyball, biking, canoeing, boating, fishing, hunting, swimming, walking and shopping are all popular pastimes. Beach volleyball courts and an intimate lounge are on-site at the hotel overlooking the Wabigoon River.
Fish for walleye & northern pike on beautiful Lake Wenasaga and its river. The more adventurous can experience remote fishing on Bluffy, Slate and other outlakes. Authentic lakeside log cottages, fully equipped for light HK, provide unique accommodations. Ideal for your summer vacation. Reasonably priced pkgs. available. Call or write for our current brochure and rate sheet
Modern Housekeeping Cottages or American Plan Cottages with all conveniences.
Houseboats - Ultra modern with all conveniences 16x65, up to eight people.
RV Parking & Tenting - Drive Thru Sites
LLBO Licensed Lounge
Bear or Ruffed Grouse Hunting. (Call for more info)
Cabin packages include: Boat and motor, 30 gallons of gas, fourteen dozen minnows, ice, freezer and wrapping for fish.
Come and join us for the best in trophy fishing and an enjoyable week in the great Canadian wilderness.
Cobb Bay Lodge is located on the secluded bays of the famous Sturgeon Lake, just one hour north of Ignace. In addition to Sturgeon Lake's remarkable lake trout fishing Cobb Bay is known for its abundant walleye population and huge northern pike. The layout of the bay system provides shelter from many of the elements allowing for fishing in almost any weather condition, and with miles and miles of pristine shoreline there are many opportunities for you to experience the traditional Canadian shore lunch.
In addition to beautiful sunrises, sunsets and dazzling northern lights, wildlife abounds in northwestern Ontario, and there are many ways for you to enjoy its presence. Cobb Bay Lodge offers hunting packages for bear, moose, and grouse during the fall months. We also encourage and promote ecotourism with options for bear viewing. There are also the exciting sightings that occur while out on the water fishing.
Our family, as your hosts, strives to make your Cobb Bay experience a vacation of a lifetime. We pride ourselves on high quality service that brings our guests back again and again. We'd love for you to join our Cobb Bay family!
Rates in US funds.
Famous Indian Lake Chain
1000 ft Sand Beach
17 ft Lund Outfitters/40 & 50 hp motors
Modern Housekeeping Cabins with decks and gas grills, some with satellite tv and air conditioning.
Recreation Lodge w/Satellite TV and air conditioning. Free wireless internet. Family-friendly!
Only Camp on 28 mile Clay Lake. Fishing at North Star Lodge will be an experience you will never forget. Come join us for the 2010 season and experience the thrill of catching a large Walleye, Northern Pike or the fun of bringing in one of our Smallmouth Bass.
A fly-in adventure in the remote wilderness doesn't have to mean roughing it. You will be pleasantly surprised with the comforts that our outposts have to offer. Our Seaplane Base is located only one hour drive north of the border. Enjoy being the only cabin on the lake with 10 locations to choose from NW of Red Lake.
COME SHARE WITH US THE MAGIC AND WILDERNESS BEAUTY OF LAC SEUL.
We are within minutes of Vaughan Lake.
AMERICAN PLAN & HOUSEKEEPING.
Situated in the heart of Lac Seul, Mahkwa Lodge is the ultimate fishing destination in North-Western Ontario's Boreal forest region. The abundance of wildlife, sandy beaches and trophy size Walleye and Northern has made Mahkwa Lodge one of the most popular destinations for all types of people from around the globe.
Winter In Canada provides the opportunity for many fun, & enjoyable activities. Some can be relaxing, while others provide the opportunity for getting your daily exercise. Whether you decide to hit up the lake in the middle of winter for some fresh fish, grab ...
Detailed description that attempts to help dispel some of the more common bowhunting myths, ranging from whether or not a tuned bow is accurate to if mechanical broadheads work, among others.Myths are stubborn things. They don't want to go away, and many stay ...
Using worms as bait is often scoffed at by most anglers now a days, but this tried and true bait still works to catch the lunkers. Worms are the most versatile bait in the walleye angler's arsenal. Crawlers work in the cold water of spring and fall, and during ...
Spend time in the fall woods chasing turkeys, and next time you hear someone spouting the myths of fall turkey hunting, you too, may feel compelled to set the record straight. The longest duel I have ever had with a turkey was the week I spent chasing after on ...
Simple article going over the details on how to create one of the worlds most durable flies for fly fishing. This fly can stand up to it all! record size pike, muskie, snapper, lake trout, sea trout,even sharks! Basically, whatever you can land with a fly rod. ...
Where is quite possibly the greatest place on earth to hunt and fish? Northwestern Ontario! come to "Canada's Heartland", the Patricia Region, and experience the hunt, camping or fishing trip of a life time! It's a place where seemingly endless forests stretch ...
Local sports writer/fisherman, Gord Ellis, discusses various tips, tricks and techniques to angling Northern Pike with a wide variety of spoons. He also makes a few excellent suggestions on which lures you should purchase. "Something about a spoon's action att ...
Simple article describes how walleye change their home-range when winter sets in as well as the fish change their eating habits. Sometimes walleye establish a smaller home-range during the winter, usually only a fraction of the size of their summer range. On s ...
The author Craig Fiske describes a memorable day on the lake catching aggressive Pike using a canoe. He also offers tricks and tips to catching trophy northern pike. He gives his recommendations for which lure to use, and more. "It was late August of last yea ...