Gowganada Northern Pike Fishing


Auld Reekie Lodge is located 3 hours north of North Bay near the town of Gowganda and located on Gowganda Lake. Gowganda Lake is a spring-fed rocky Canadian Shield lake. They have a really good Northern Pike population with guests catching and releasing trophies of 20 pound many times throughout the summer. There are lots of back weedy bays and ridges where the Pike hang out and ambush Walleyes and bass. Auld Reekie does have a few backcountry lakes that are stuffed with Northern Pike where you will catch high numbers but the sizes never reach the monsters that are caught on the main lake. They have beautiful lakefront cottages along with a main restaurant and British Pub style bar. They offer American Plan, European Plan and housekeeping plan.


Bay Wolf Camp - is a drive-to housekeeping fishing camp located about 100 miles north of Sudbury, Ontario, in an area filled with great fishing lakes. The camp is located on Shining Tree Lake which stretches over 8 miles with more than 40 miles of shoreline. This lake alone provides more than enough fishing opportunities for the average angler, but to add even more to your trip, boats are also kept on 12 back lakes. In addition, spare boats are kept available for those anglers who want to make their own adventure and travel into lakes where we don't already keep boats. A Bay Wolf Camp Fishing Package includes fishing on all these lakes, fully modern housekeeping accommodations, one boat & motor for every 2 people on Shining Tree Lake, all outboard gas & oil, bait (minnows & worms), life jackets, anchors, paddles, & marine safety kits, information kit with maps of lakes, and all taxes. The main lake boasts good numbers of Northern Pike in the 4 to 7 pound range. With so many lakes available, there are some unbelievable Northern Pike fishing opportunities whether you are looking for that trophy in the 15 to 20 pound range or high numbers of 40 to 60 pike in a day. Bay Wolf Camp also offers Fishing/Small Game Packages. Fish for Northern Pike, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Splake, Perch & Whitefish.

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