Caribou Falls Lodge Fishing Map
Northwest Ontario has never seen spectacular first-class fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie and more. And with beautiful stretches of English River in sight, it’s no wonder our waters are brimming with great catches. There’s lots of wild beauty to take in, so we recommend our Caribou Fall Lodge Fishing Map.
The crown jewel of the English River System, Caribou Falls Lodge can be reached by air or on wheels. Housed where the English River System and the Winnipeg River System come together to form Tetu Lake, Caribou Falls Lodge is surrounded by rocky shorelines, sandy beaches, and shallow bays, providing an excellent habitat for Walleye, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass.
If you’re driving to your Caribou Falls Lodge adventure, you’ll want to take Hwy. 71/Hwy 11 to Hwy. 17 and turn right towards Kenora. You will come to the Kenora By-Pass, take Hwy. 17A to Hwy. 596 towards Minaki. At the Minaki junction, turn left onto Hwy. 525, this is a hardtop road except for the last 10 miles. At the 17 mile mark, you will come to the Whitedog dam. Cross the dam and keep going until you come to a fork in the road where you will see our sign “CARIBOU FALLS LODGE” Turn right. Our driveway is 6 miles from the turn-off and there is a sign. Turn left on the driveway – it’s a long driveway.