Northwest Ontario – There’s No Place Like This!
Welcome to Northwest Ontario, Canada.
We offer the Number 1
combined fishing and hunting experience in North America! Covering over 120,000 square miles, there are more than 150,000 lakes, rivers and streams all thick with fish. The rocky and rugged Canadian Shield is
blanketed with millions of trees – the true Boreal forest - that harbours countless species of wildlife and birds. We have the reputation as the most popular fishing and hunting destination in Canada and we've earned it!
Northwest Ontario offers you spectacular action for walleye, northern pike, muskie, bass and trout as well as panfish like crappie and perch. Hunt for big game like whitetail deer, black bear and moose. You will also find some excellent duck and upland bird hunting on our lakes and in our endless forests!
Use the map below to link through to resorts and lodges to book your trip. Click on any red dot and then click on the town name in the balloon to get a list of tourist operators in or near that town.
400+ Properties to Choose From
With endless space we have a wide choice of tourist outfitters across the region. From traditional drive-in fishing lodges to five star resorts you’ll find it in Northwest Ontario. For that extra special experience fly or boat-in to a remote outpost cabin or lodge where there a few people and lots of fish! Rent a houseboat or stay at a local campground it’s up to you. In fact we have over 400 properties listed on our website where you can book your 2012 fishing or hunting trip to Canada!
Use our interactive map above and click on any town to find a list of lodges resorts and other accommodations located there. Links to each operators website is provided for your convenience - book your Canadian fishing or hunting trip today!
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Another shot from the November 26th sunset fishing trip. ##fishing 3 comments. 105 likes.
Great river walleye caught near Longlac, Ontario.
Thanks to Jonathan Cartier for sharing this with us. 4 comments. 61 likes.
Anyone thinking about ice fishing yet? We already have two feet of snow on the ground and it is supposed to be real cold (-20s) this weekend. Should help make some good ice on the lakes.
Here's Jeff Gustafson with a beauty Northwest Ontari ... 17 comments. 130 likes. 126 shares.