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.
This camp is located on an isolated arm of the Ogoki Reservoir known as Short Lake which was one of the three lakes that where combined to form the reservoir. Walleye are abundant averaging 3½ to 4 pounds and northern pike up to 25 pounds. This is a very popular camp offering a large three bedroom cabin in an isolated location with access to a massive body of water covering 35,000 acres and hundreds of miles of shoreline. This camp is available for groups of 4 to 10.
The Ogoki Reservoir covers over 35,000 acres and is 35 miles in length. This reservoir was formed as a water diversion to divert water flowing north and east to James Bay, south into Lake Nipigon for hydro generation on the Nipigon River. Construction on the project took place during the 1930’s and the dams were closed in 1942 combining three lakes into one large body of water.
Ogoki Reservoir is best noted for its above average size walleye ranging from 3½ to 4 lbs. in large numbers. It also produces large northern pike, whitefish and sturgeon.
Our camp on the Ogoki Reservoir is located on a 50 acre island, a couple miles from Eight Flume Falls over which the Ogoki River enters the reservoir. At this camp we have five guest cabins spread out along the east and north shores of the island.
This camp is suitable for those parties wishing to stay for 3 to 7 days and is capable of accommodating groups of 2 up to 36
Features & Amenities
Two way radio communication
Hand crafted pine furnishings
Hot/cold running water
New Lund boats (2 people per boat)
Padded swivel boat seats with backrests
15 HP motors (plus spares)
Full sized gas ranges
Full size electric refrigerators
Full size freezers
Screened in fish cleaning houses
Wood stoves for heat
Plenty of firewood
All cooking and eating utensils
Large decks for sitting outdoors
Propane fish fryers
What You Should Bring:
Soap & Towel
Camera, film & batteries
(including salt & pepper, cooking oil, paper towel, toilet paper and dish soap)
Fishing rods & reels
Well equipped tackle box
Life jackets (mandatory)
Clothing & personal items
Small first aid kit
Coolers (one per 2 fishermen)
Party members are restricted to 150 lbs. of baggage each (including groceries & refreshments) for fishing and 175 lbs. each for moose hunting.