Fishing in Lac Seul, Canada

Fishing in Lac Seul, Canada
Lac Seul, Ontario, is located in the northern regions of the province in Canada and home to hundreds of thousands of acres of wild boreal forest and lakes filled with walleye, trout, bass, pike and char. Lac Seul enjoys a healthy fishery with walleye and pike. The lake covers more than 400,000 acres and has hundreds of miles of shoreline. There are several outfitters, guides and lodges that specialize in fishing trips and holidays on Lac Seul.

Lac Seul's Evergreen Lodge

Enjoy spending the day's fishing on Lac Seul and evenings at the lodge at Lac Seul's Evergreen Lodge. Boats are available to take you out onto the water to fish for muskellunge, walleye or pike. Guides will take you, or you can opt to take the boats out on your own for a private and peaceful day fishing.

Bring a spin casting rod with 15 pound monofilament line, along with an assortment of spoons and rapalas. If you are going for walleye, bring sinkers and 2/0 sized hooks to set for jigging the bottom for the species.

Lac Seul's Evergreen Lodge

P.O. Box 611

Ear Falls, ON P0V 1T0


Lac Seul Outpost

Try your luck with the guides at Lac Seul Outpost. Outpost guides suggest using live minnows on a jig as the scent arouses the walleye and the motion brings them in to strike. The guides will assist with cleaning and filleting your catch should you land that trophy fish.

After your days spent fishing, head to the lodge and enjoy home-cooked meals, private showers, comfortable bedding and a fireplace where you and your fellow anglers can swap stories about the one that got away.

Lac Seul Outpost

P.O. Box 4035

Sioux Lookout, ON

P8T 1J9


Mahkwa Lodge

The Mahkwa Lodge sits on the banks of Lac Seul and offers free boat launches, dock space and fish-cleaning stations. The lodge has several plans and vacation options, including its "American Plan," which accommodates large groups and parties.

Whitefish, muskellunge, small and largemouth bass and Northern pike are found in the Lac Seul waters, either off the docks or 40 minutes up the shores, according to the Mahkwa Lodge website.

The lodge offers guide services, a bait and tackle store, boat rentals and a dining room serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is daily maid service and linen changes at the lodge for comfort at night.

Mahkwa Lodge

P.O. Box 280

Hudson, ON P0V1X0


Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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