Savant LakeThis 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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