Sport Fishing on Indian Lake, Ontario
Indian Lake, one of Ontario's best kept secrets, offers world class fishing. It's approximately 12 miles from the top end of Indian Lake to the bottom end of Little Indian Lake where you'll find great sport fishing species including Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Speckled Trout, Perch and White Fish. Some excellent trout fishing can also be found on Mameigwess, the neighboring lake, with access from Indian Lake through a chain of several smaller lakes. Many nearby lakes surrounding us are also accessible by boat launch such as: Kukukus, Paguchi, Victoria, Flatrock, Arethusa, Heathwalt, Barrel and Pluto.
Click on a blue placemark for information on one of the lakes surrounding us.
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Our accommodations include eight housekeeping cabins. We are open year round, offering hunting and four wheeling in the fall, and winter activities of dog sledding, ice fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. Also, bird watchers will find this area to be a habitat for a variety of interesting species.
Most of our guests bring their own boats, but we do have deep hull Naden 16 foot boats and 15 HP Yamaha motors available for rent.
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Per week ....................................$185.00
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Overnight boat/trailer parking is available for people who are not staying at our camp for $10/night or $50/week.
Ontario Outdoors Cards and Fishing Licences
Canadian residents need an Outdoors Card to fish in Ontario if they are at least 18 years old but have not reached their 65th birthday. The sportfishing licence tag or the conservation fishing licence tag is affixed to the plastic Outdoors Card. If you have never had an Outdoors Card, you can request an application form be mailed to you by phoning the Outdoors Card Centre from anywhere in Canada at 1-800-387-7011. For more information, see the Fish Ontario section of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
If you do not live in Canada, you will need a non-resident licence to fish in Ontario. Non-residents 18 years of age and over must purchase a fishing licence, but non-residents under 18 years of age may fish without a licence if accompanied by a adult who has a recreational fishing licence. For more information, see the Fishing Licence Information for Non-Residents of Canada section of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
Rates and conditions are subject to change without notice.
Fishing season in our area, which is zone four, is open all year long for Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, and Whitefish. Walleye is open from January 1 to April 14 and then the 3rd Saturday in May to December 31. Lake Trout runs from January 1 to September 30.
NOTE: Please purchase your fishing license and live bait before coming to camp. The new location for Vern's Minnows is now Gene's Shell Station. They carry licenses, bait and tackle. Should you need to contact them, their phone number is 807-934-2225.
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