KENORA

  • Big North Lodge Enjoy the beauty of a wilderness setting with all the comforts of home at Big North Lodge in Minaki, Ontario.
  • Camp Waterfall Rushing River / Blindfold Lake, Kenora. This “little piece of heaven” started as a fishing camp in the late 1930’s. decades to its current state. It is now a fully modern housekeeping resort which can provide a superb fishing experience for the serious fisherman, as well as all of the amenities necessary for a fun-filled vacation. The extensive pool above the falls has a gently sloping, natural sand bottom which provides a wading area for children.
  • First Nation Guides Bring your own boat or rent one from us and set out onto Crow Lake and Lake of the Woods with First Nation Guides. With muskie, northern pike, bass, perch and more all populating the waters, fishing is limited to only what you desire. Be assured to have a great time on the water!
  • Halleys Camps Whether your passion is a trophy northern pike or muskie, a panful of sizzling walleye for shorelunch, or to catch so many smallmouth bass in one day that your reel threatens to overheat, you can find what you want in a vacation at one of our camps, lodges, or outposts
  • Rowdy Lake Camp Fifty five miles north of Kenora lies some of the best fly in fishing Ontario has to offer – Rowdy Lake. Anglers will enjoy the untouched nature and pristine waters while trying to reel in huge walleye, northern pike and trout.
  • Shoal Lake Lodge All new quality accommodations will include six individual cottages, the Lodge/Dining Hall, Recreation Room and out buildings. Our specialty is Northern Pike and Small and Largemouth Bass fishing. Northern Pike fishing is simply fabulous both in number and size. Shoal Lake is rated by Ontario out of Doors as the #1 drive to pike lake in Ontario.