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northern pike fishing at its best

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northern pike fishing at its best

Favourite flies for pike include large streamers in white, black and orange. Orange is considered the best choice with the stained waters of Kaby Lake. • Credit: Colin Mckeown

Fly Fishing on Kaby Lake with Watson's Kaby Lodge



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Located in beautiful Algoma Country in Northern Ontario, Watson's Kaby Lodge is known for its wilderness splendor and outstanding fishing.

For fly fishers, this lake has access to some really wonderful northern pike fishing. Kaby Lake is also known for the plentiful walleye which fly fishers can also target with sinking fly lines and leech patterns. For the pike, rods with matching flylines of eight and nine weight are perfect. For the walleye, seven weight rods are perfect with intermediate and full sinking lines. Favourite flies for the pike include large streamers in white, black and orange. Orange is considered the best choice with the stained waters of Kaby Lake. For the walleye, woolly buggers in black, purple and olive are excellent choices. Watson's Kaby Lodge has beautiful cabins for anglers and offers a full American plan. They are known for the high quality of their service.

For more information visit: www.kabyswildernessvacations.ca or phone toll free 1-877-484-1672.

OntarioTravel.net has some excellent guide and accommodation packages for your perfect Algoma Country getaway.

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