This is the Best Northern Fishing in Northwest Ontario!
April 13, 2016
You want to take a fly-in fishing trip that’s absolutely perfect. Before any guest books a trip, Dave and I always get two questions:
- Which lake is the best?
- When is the best time to come fishing?
Well, the answer to both questions is, you can’t go wrong!
First, our lakes are all hand-picked. There isn’t a lake here that we wouldn’t personally take our friends fishing on! About the best time to fish – because of the remoteness of our lakes the fishing stays consistent year-round from opening weekend the 3rd Saturday in May to the end of September.
Pretty much any lake will give you a very good chance to catch trophy Northern.
The Northern fishing at Larus Lake was “off the map” last year, said Jerry Filkins and Mike Bowen. They had a group that came up in about July and had a great couple days of fishing. Larus has two sets of inlet rapids, which are an ideal spot to catch nice-sized Northerns that are waiting to strike Walleye feeding nearby.
Take a look at the photos from their trip – Mike with a 42 1/4″ Northern released behind the Larus Beach cabin looking at the rapids, Jerry with a 37″ Northern released by the Larus Bay cabin, and Mike again with a 40″+ Northern he released in the rapids!
Escape to the Wilderness,
Dave & Michelle