Sioux Narrows Ontario Lake Trout Fishing

First Nation Guides is a family-owned boat-in wilderness lodge at the south-east shores of the Aulneau Peninsula within Lake Of The Woods with boats on Crow Lake. Guests are boated in from Nestor Falls or welcome to bring their own boats. Northern Lake of the Woods and Crow Lake have fantastic Lake Trout fishing especially in Whitefish Bay, which is not far from the camp. On an average day you can catch between 1 and 5 lake trout. On a good day you can catch 5 to 15. The Lake Trout are most common in the 5 to 10 pound range. Fishing in Whitefish Bay you have an excellent chance at catching a Lake Trout in the 10 to 20 range each day if weather conditions are favorable. The largest trout caught by their guests in recent years was a 25-pounder but mush bigger have been caught. Accommodations are in a large lakefront housekeeping cottage with all modern amenities. Interiors are tastefully decorated with newer furniture and tongue-&-grove pine throughout. As the name suggest guides are available at all times. They also have fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Musky, Bass, Perch, Sauger & Crappie.

Pine Cliff Lodge is located between Sioux Lookout and Dryden, Ontario and on Sandybeach Lake, which is also known as Big Sand Lake. Pine Cliff Lodge offers the very best Lake Trout Fishing in Ontario. There is a high population of Smelt and Suckers in the lake. As a result they have super-sized Lake Trout. Lake Trout in the lake get massive. Lake Trout over 10 pounds seem the norm with many 20+ pound Lakers being caught and released. They have clean and comfortable cottages and offer both housekeeping and American Plan accommodation. This is where Lake Trout fanatics spend their fishing vacation.