Musky, Pike, Walleye, Bass and more!
Northern Pike are abundant in the weed-beds, average 2 to 3 lbs and trophy pike can reach 25 – 30 lbs. However, the pike here are small fry compared to our musky which average between 10 – 25 lbs. Our camp record is a Catch & Released 50 lb musky and over 54″ in length. Walleyes include the common “yellows” along with sauger and the rare blue walleye, native to Lake Nipissing. Most of the walleyes caught are pan size weighing about 1.5 lbs. (great for dinner), but can also grow to over 8 lbs. There are good populations of both small-mouth and large-mouth bass. The bronze-backs are abundant among the shallow rocky shoals while the largemouths stick close to the weed-beds (cabbage, pencil weeds and lily pads). Bass up to 4 – 5 lbs are not uncommon with the average being around 2 lbs. Other fish species include perch, sunfish, rock bass, drum, garpike and sturgeon.