The Ogoki Reservoir mini-lodge covers over 35,000 acres and is 35 miles in length. Our camp is located on an island less than 5 minutes by boat from Eight Flume Falls where the Ogoki River flows into the reservoir. Fishing walleye at the base of Eight Flume Falls is like fishing in a barrel. This body of water is best known for its above average size walleye, ranging from 3½ to 4 pounds, in large numbers. The Ogoki Reservoir also produces large northern pike, whitefish and sturgeon. This camp will accommodate 2 to 30 people and consists of five fully equipped guest cabins.
Mojikit Lake is another large body of water covering 14,000 acres and is connected to the Ogoki Reservoir by a narrow, navigable, channel. As part of the Ogoki Watershed, Mojikit Lake is noted for its perfect natural fish habitat offering huge catches of larger walleye and monstrous northern pike. This is the only camp on this large lake. The camp consists of a large two bedroom cabin located in a unique protected lagoon. This camp is suitable for groups of 2 to 9.