We are located on the shores of beautiful and productive Wabigoon Lake in Northwestern Ontario. Wabigoon Lake is considered one of the top fishing destinations in Ontario due to the seemingly inexhaustible bounty of Trophy Walleye, Monster Muskie, Giant Northern Pike, Tasty Perch, Big Crappie and Hard Fighting Smallmouth Bass. It’s also considered the top lake in Ontario for the combination of Walleye and Muskie fishing.
Our guests not only catch lots of fish; many guests catch fish far larger than they ever expected and in good numbers. Walleyes reach over 10 pounds with lots of smaller good eating sizes. Muskie over 50 inches are caught by guests every year. Feisty 20-pound Northern Pike patrol the shoreline and unbelievable populations of hard-fighting Smallmouth Bass guard the rocky islands and shoals. The weeds are stuffed with Perch.
We are more than just a serious fishing camp; we can also be called a family resort due to all the outdoor adventure activities available for the whole family. Not only do we have activities like hiking, canoeing and swimming, there are also many local attractions such as museums, natural wonders, golf and much more.
Our cabins are clean, comfortable, fully equipped and look out over the water and in view of some spectacular sunsets, stars and sometimes Northern Lights.
In the fall we offer hunting for Black Bear, Moose and Whitetail Deer. Our Black Bear Hunting management area (BMA) is 250 square miles and produces huge bears. We have 1 adult Bull Moose tag for non-residents in WMU #8. Dryden is one of the top Whitetail Deer hunting destinations in Canada. The success of our Whitetail Deer hunts confirms that.
Dryden, ON P8N 2Z3
Toll Free 1-800-699-9390 or 807-937-6988
Your Hosts: Hank & Cindy
Wabigoon Lake is considered one of the best – if not the best for combination walleye and muskie fishing in the world. Rated #1 by A.I. McClane in Fishing World magazine.
Wabigoon is and will always be a highly productive chain of 9 lakes, plus a trophy fishing lake. Indian Point Camp is located on the West end of Wabigoon Lake just off Highway 502. Wabigoon Lake is the main chain of 9 lakes including Mile, Trap, Dinorwic, Butler, Olson, Larson, Paulson and Minnehaha. The lake is 26,000 acres with a total of 56,000 acres counting the other waterways. Wabigon Lake has an average depth of 19.6 feet. Don’t let the size intimidate you, you can always get out on the lake no matter what the weather, its loaded with bays, inlets and islands that make great fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie and Smallmouth Bass. Plenty of fish to eat and excellent trophy potential.
- Bill Hugunin (aka "hugey") caught a 50" monster last Thursday out of Indian Point Camp on Lake Wabigoon near Dryden, Ontario. What a hog!! (the fish I mean!) It was hooked on the figure 8 at boat side while his wife Rhonda, son Eric and Eric's girlfriend watched in horror as the monster tried to pull Mr. Bill into the lake. Eric was finally able to hear "get the fish in the net"! We heard them hollering and cheering clear across the bay!!! What a week on the 'goon'!! We saw lots of other fish and Bill and I both had a 40" and 42" in the boat (I should have had 2 hogs but . . . oh well!) Lots of nice pike and plenty of eater Walleye's. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I left a chunk of a stainless prop in the lake (it's a tradition that I hit a rock when we go somewhere new, 3 years running now!!)
-- Rudy Morgan Clinton, Iowa
- We drove a long way to a lake called Wabigoon, they say you can catch fish a.m., p.m. or noon.
There are Walleye in the lake, that's for certain, oh, by the way, Cabin #7 needs another curtain.
Pros to our left and Minnesotans to our right, one looking for Walleye the other for Pike to fight.
The first part of the week we fished Wabigoon, Mile and Trapp, we found fish and avoided big rocks thanks to Sherridon and his map.
On Thursday we drove to a lake and a bay called Puzzle, upon our return it was too late to buy any beer to guzzle.
The long, dusty road made our trucks and boats look like …….. but the fish and the scenery made the long haul worth it.
Our last day was another long ride looking for trout, not one could be caught and I began to pout.
Jay did catch a Muskie 42 inches at least, not sure what it weighed but it sure was a beast.
The staff at the lodge was as nice as could be, they even made dinner for my three friends and me.
It's now time to pack up our trucks and hit the road, a limit of Walleye and memories are part of our load.
So to all the staff and the lodge that is Cindy and Hank's, the boys of Cabin #7 would like to say thanks!!!!
-- Jeff Metzler Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
- Had a great time...have a good supply of Walleye & Bass. Had a great time especially with Hank, Cindy, Bill & Sherry. We went blueberry picking and have a lot of berries.
We've been coming here many years (Rich about 30 years) and would never change camps. Thanks for a wonderful week.
-- Rich & Lana Graser Mokena, Illinois
- We had fabulous weather for 7 days. Saw deer, muskrat, beaver, chipmunks (one who climbed all over you looking for seeds!), partridge, 7' bear tracks 2 miles south of camp, eagles, etc. Didn't fish, but listened to a few tall tales from those who did! Good time & very quiet.
-- The Willer Family Winnipeg, Manitoba
- We caught our limit of nice Walleye and landed a 42" & 44" Muskie. We had 5 Muskie on today but just landed those 2. We also caught several nice Northern. Great day! We'll be back in 2010!
-- Rudy, Patty & Jay Morgan Princeton, Iowa