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Bass Fishing with Waterfalls Lodge

Bass Fishing with Waterfalls Lodge

Visit Waterfalls Lodge

If you want to stay for the fishing on the main chain of 7 trophy lakes and remote lake fishing or take part in a guided trophy hunt, Waterfalls Lodge offers both. You can also simply relax with the family, and enjoy the scenic beauty of Northern Ontario.
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Located in Northern Ontario's Algoma Country



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For anglers looking for great fishing plus the option of bringing family, then Waterfalls Lodge is a destination you should consider. Located a short drive off the Trans-Canada Highway in Algoma Country, this lodge is nestled on the side of a pristine lake. The main fish to catch in this region are smallmouth bass, walleye and northern pike. Unique to Waterfalls Lodge is accessibility to a number of backwoods lakes which possess good populations of smallmouth bass. The lodge has ATVs available for rent so you can load up, drive to the lake of your choice and spend the day popper fishing for bass. The lodge has a beach with watercraft and inflatable swimming toys for children and adults alike. Great cooking and a large bar compliment the lodge as a place to hang out in the evenings. This drive-to lodge is one of the best in the north and is perfect for those anglers who want a wilderness adventure without a fly-in cost.

Website: http://www.waterfallslodge.com
Phone: 1-800-666-2812
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The New Fly Fisher visited in July 2016.

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