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Me and my dad are planning on going on a fishing trip for this long weekend. Were coming from Hamilton and looking for a 6-7 hour drive at max. Were interested in catching walleye bass and pike and renting a boat. Can anyone recommend any good lodges or resorts they have been successful with in the past?

 

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take a look at tamarvacations.com

friend said he had a good time at muskiebayresorts

many places around the kawarthas that dont require driving too far

good luck

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rayscamps is in biscotasing, or about 10 minutes from santas place. its about 10 hours from hamilton.

take a look at tamarvacations.com

friend said he had a good time at muskiebayresorts

many places around the kawarthas that dont require driving too far

good luck

 

Not that it really matters but Bisco is 7 hours tops from Hamilton.

 

There's lots of places closer than Bisco, but how many are on a 26km lake that has but one camp, with walleye fishing that's comparable to a fly in?

 

Also Ray's camp is not on Biscotasing lake. They pick you up in a water taxi, take you to the very end of the lake and your stuff is hauled over to Ramsey lake with a tractor. From there it's a boat ride to the camp.

 

It's as remote as you can get within that driving range.

 

I've been to Ramsey a bunch of times. Never stayed at Ray's camp, always camped. There's a rough boat launch in Cat Bay at the north end of the lake. Good for light aluminum boats only..

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my bad paddler. saw sue st marie on the website, didnt realize ramsey is just an hour north of sudbury.

posting amended. sound like a real interesting lake, and quite reasonable too. i like the make your own food with their food idea...

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