Visit the Ontario Angler Awards Lodge with the most released Trophy Fish! Wind past a waterfall – find paradise at the only secluded resort on Wine Lake. Our spectacular log housekeeping cabins. woodstoves, Coleman lanterns & an old time ice house help preserve the feel of earlier days in the North. Conservation minded fishing on our remote lakes for Trophy Walleye, Pike, Lake Trout, Jumbo Perch and Smallmouth! Get Back to nature with Quality fisheries and service. The only thing we overlook is Wine Lake….. – Adventure back to a simpler time.

Wine Lake is as productive as it ever was — thanks to decades of abiding by a strong Catch and Release policy. Every year thousands of brood stock walleye ( 18 -25 inches) are released back into the lake. Since this size walleye contributes the most to the spawn, Wine Lake anglers are insuring that the lake they love to fish will produce great eating-size walleye again and again. Hundreds of TROPHY lake trout, northern pike, perch, small mouth, and walleye are also released each year. The monsters of each species are gently held horizontally and then quickly released so that others may catch and capture their excitement on film too. Everyone who practices Catch and Release on Wine Lake is rewarded. The coveted C&R pin is proudly won and the story that goes with it is retold and exaggerated for years to come.

Contact Info

Summer Address (May – October)
1 Kingfisher Road Perrault Falls, ON P0V-2K0
Radio phone (9am-9pm) (807) 222-3500

Winter Address (November – April):
Nick Karakis 5860 State Road
Wadsworth, Ohio USA 44281

e-mail: winelakecamp at outlook dot com


We are 180 miles north of the US border crossing at International Falls, Minnesota.

• Take highway 11 east to highway 502 north. This will connect with the Trans Canada Highway (hwy.17) in Dryden

• Travel west on Hwy. 17 to Vermilion Bay

• Turn north on Highway 105. Drive 40 miles to the New Wine Lake turn off; its on the left side of the road (just 1/2 mile past Dutchies Convenience Store) at Perrault Falls.

• Follow the dirt road, its call King Fisher Road forking to the left, until you see the docks at the NEW Eagle’s Nest Outpost cottage

• 1000 miles from Indianapolis
• 800 miles from Chicago
• 750 miles from Des Moines
• 675 miles from Madison

• 940 miles from Omaha
• 500 miles from Minneapolis
• 1500 miles from Denver

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