People who love to travel and fish are always asking “Where is the best fishing in Ontario?”

Sure, we here at Caribou Falls Lodge in Northwestern Ontario can tell you we have the top walleye fishing and Northern Pike fishing in Canada, but it’s our customers who say it best.

“I was lucky enough to discover the best fishing in Canada on a recent vacation that I took with some of my buddies. Not only awesome walleye and Northern fishing, but even my wife (who is a city slicker) enjoyed the great accommodations……and the food is top notch too (Love those steaks and ribs!!!). For sure we’ll be headed back next year!”

“Fishing in Ontario with my guide Pierre at Caribou Falls Lodge was an experience of a life time! We were jigging for walleye, teasing the heck out of giant muskies with our figure eights that ended up with a giant muskie on board (yahoo!!!), and casting for Northern Pike. We had outstanding bass fishing with lots of those fighters giving us a run for our money….. watch out if they decide to spit the hook your way!  Shore lunch was delish and Pierre is a good cook – and very funny to boot! Gotta go again!”

“Why had I never heard of this place before? The best kept secret of fishing in Ontario is Caribou Falls Lodge. ….best walleye fishing in Canada, best Northern Pike fishing in Canada, and best bass fishing in Canada – bar none! My only regret is that it took me this long to find this place. My new favorite fishing spot!”

“…….. fishing walleye in Ontario at Caribou Falls Lodge. Hmmmm what colour jig should I use? Problem solved. Extremely knowledgeable guides at this camp are on top of what holes to fish, what colour jig the fish are biting on, and how the weather conditions are affecting fishing. I NEVER GOT SKUNKED and landed more fish than ever before!!! Ed Pries is an old hand at the fishing business – having been raised on the water by his dad Ed, Sr. I sure appreciated all his advice and experience. When I come back, I intend to bring the whole family and share great walleye fishing with them at Caribou.”