Canada Fishing Lodge - Caribou Falls

Caribou Falls Lodge offers a Great Canadian fishing experience at a Great Price. At our Canadian wilderness fishing lodge, North of Kenora, featuring Modern cabins, and boat rentals.

Fish for Walleye, Pike, Muskie, Perch, Bass, Whitefish, and trout at a nearby lake. One of our guests wrote: “We caught so many fish our arms are sore, we are exhausted and boy are we thirsty.”

Another guest wrote: “I have been coming to Caribou Falls Lodge for 30 some years and the fishing is now better than ever and it’s always been great!”

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While you’re fishing you may delight in watching one of the many bald eagles soar over our boreal forest or catch a black bear taking a swim in the strong current. You may come across a huge beaver dam or glimpse some otters chasing each other in one the many streams. On a beautiful crisp fall day you may see a moose hiding in fantastic foliage or crossing one of the bays. Or just sit and relax and watch one of our spectacular sunsets. If you bring your camera along you may capture more than just a fish on film.

About the Fish

Fishing Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie, Bass, and Perch.

Possession Limits

Non-Resident 8 Day
Sport Licence

  • 2 Walleye Between 13.8 and 17.8 inches
  • 4 Northern under 27.5 inches
  • Muskellenge – Catch & Release ONLY
  • Smallmouth Bass – Catch & Release ONLY

Non-Resident 8 Day Conservation Licence

  • 1 Walleye between 13.8 and 17.8 inches
  • 2 Northerns under 27.5 inches
  • Muskellenge – Catch & Release ONLY
  • Smallmouth Bass – Catch & Release ONLY
Fish Cleaning

If you are taking a guide, he will clean your fish at no additional charge. If you have not hired a guide, fish cleaning services are available at the following rates:

$ 1.50 per Walleye

$ 2.50 per Northern/Whitefish

Fish Handling Some Basic Rules
  • Do not hold any fish by the eyes.
  • Don’t hold a large fish vertically. Always hold your fish horizontally and provide belly support.
  • Do not put your fingers in the gills.
  • Wet your hands or gloves before handling a fish.
  • Remove hook with as little damage to the fish as possible.
  • If possible release the hook from fish’s mouth in the water. If not in the water then net the fish and put it back in the water quickly.
  • Put a big fish in a cradle. The less you handle a fish the better off it will be.
  • If taking a picture – take it as quickly as possible.

Thank you for your participation in helping maintain a healthy fisheries for you to enjoy for years to come.