Chapleau Ontario Brook Trout Fishing

Northern Walleye Lodge is a housekeeping lodge located near the outpost settlement of Missanabie, Ontario, which is north of Wawa and Chapleau and on the western edge of Missanabie Provincial Park. They are located on Dog Lake, which has fantastic fishing. The camp is known for its fantastic Brook Trout streams. The Brook Trout in their area are not giants but the streams are beautiful and you can catch tons on nice eating size Brookies. They offer housekeeping cabins and outpost camps. They also offer fishing for Lake Trout, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike.



Four Season Guiding & Lodge is a small and cozy family run outfitter on Big Pine Lake near Chapleau Ontario. They offer housekeeping cabins with good fishing. There are Brook Trout lakes and Brook Trout streams within 10 minutes drive, which hold great Brook Trout fishing. They also offer fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Smallmouth Bass.



Chapleau Lodge is located on spring-fed Borden Lake, which has excellent fishing for Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike and Whitefish. They have lakes and streams close to the lodge that have good Lake Trout and Brook Trout fishing. Chapleau lodge offers American Plan accommodations with fabulous cuisine in their dining room. They also have new housekeeping cabins, which are very private and away from the lodge.



Moose Horn Lodge has great Brook Trout fishing. They have several streams withing a few minutes of camp that hold really nice Brook Trout in the 1/2 to 4 pound range. These are beautiful spring fed streams and they are still stuffed with Brookies because they only let their guest know where they are. They have goreous housekeeping cottages right on the water. They also offer fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Perch.

Murray Lake Cottages & Outpost Camps is located south of Missanabie and between Wawa and Chapleau, Ontario. They do not have Brook Trout in their lake but they do have backcountry portable lakes with excellent Brook Trout fishing. Brook Trout in the lakes are common in the 1 to 3-pound range but they have caught them as big as 7 pounds. There are a number of streams in the area where Brook Trout are common in the 8 to 16-inch range and once in a while the streams produce trout over 20 inches. They have five lakefront housekeeping cabins that sleep between four and nine adults. They have two boat-to outpost camps on Loon Lake and Shikwamkwa Lake and both camps have fantastic fishing. Their rates are the best in Ontario. They also have fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass and Perch.

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