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Boat in 12 scenic miles… to the only camp on the North end of the Lake. True wilderness adventure – no roads. Remote setting without fly-in prices and restrictions. Cabins fully modern with electric and running water. Fish as many as six other lakes from camp via easy portages by boat and foot. Enjoy excellent fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Jumbo Perch, Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout all within 15 minutes of camp! Stop boating and start fishing.

Peffley’s Canadian Wilderness Camp is located 12 miles out (a short 20 minute ride in our SAFE and comfortable 21′ fully enclosed passenger boat) on Wabaskang Lake, and has eight modern housekeeping cabins. We are the only TRUE (not road accessible) wilderness camp on the lake and we are the ONLY camp on the north end of this 15 mile long lake.

As a boat-in camp, we offer our guests the best of both worlds by providing your group a remote fishing destination (only accessible by boat or plane) where you will experience outstanding fishing for Walleye, Northern pike, Smallmouth bass, Jumbo perch, Lake Trout and Whitefish without the costs and restrictions associated with a fly-in trip and enjoy it in a true wilderness environment.

Wabaskang Lake is well known for its excellent fishing for Walleye, Northern pike, Smallmouth bass, Jumbo perch, Lake trout and Whitefish. Our guests enjoy fishing for all these species from within a 15 minute boat ride from camp. An easy portage over Hobson Falls will provide guests the opportunity to fish waters that also have a very good populations of Lake Trout, in addition to excellent fishing for walleye, northern, smallmouth and perch. By boat or foot portages, you can fish as many as six other lakes from camp at no additional cost.

Peffley’s Camp is a perfect fishing AND family vacation retreat for couples and families who want to reconnect with nature and their families. Fully modern, clean and comfortable cabins combined with excellent fishing so close to camp makes our camp a perfect choice for families and kids. For the diehard fisherman-you can run a family member back to camp and then return to the hot fishing in less than 30 minutes (round trip). If a storm approaches, chances are you are no more than 10-15 minutes away from the safety of your cabin. Get a real windy day and you don’t have to sit in your cabin “wishin you were fishin”, the narrows right out in front of camp (about a 2 minute boat ride) are almost always “fishable” regardless of the wind and produce many, many limits for our guests every year.

The fish cleaning station is screened-in for your comfort, has two sinks with running water, fish pans to take your cleaned fillets to your cabin, and is one of the cleanest you will find in all of NW Ontario. Your catch for the day can be cleaned, packaged and frozen in the on-site freezer all in one building. Click here for photos of fish cleaning station.

During your stay at Peffley’s Canadian Wilderness Camp, we are confident you will enjoy the outstanding fishing, the friendly atmosphere of the camp, the cleanliness of the camp, equipment and accommodations, and of course the scenery, wildlife and serenity of the Canadian wilderness. We offer an unbeatable combination of great fishing, clean accommodations and affordability. All in a remote setting that you will be sure to enjoy!

Contact Info

Your hosts: Dave & Milissa Peffley

Winter: (574) 220-9936

Box 92

Granger, IN 46530

Summer:

(807) 222-3184

Perrault Falls, ON P0V 2K0

e-mail: dave@peffleyscamp.com

Maps/Directions

BY CAR – If entering Canada at International Falls, go east of Fort Frances on Hwy.11 for 17 miles….then turn north on Hwy. 502 to Dryden. From Dryden, take Hwy. 17 west 25 miles to Vermilion Bay, then north on Hwy. 105 for 40 miles to Peffley’s Road. Just past Perrault Falls, turn left on Peffley’s Road and proceed to the waters edge (roadside dock) about 200 feet.

From here we will load your gear and guests onto a 21′ Crestliner fully-enclosed passenger boat for a scenic 12 mile boat ride to camp. Listen close to the last sounds of “civilization” as we leave the roads behind us to enter the true Canadian Wilderness!

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