Are you ready for a truly remote fishing experience? When you choose Mattice Lake Outfitters, that’s exactly what you’ll get. Our fishing camps are fly-in only – they can’t be accessed by any other means of transportation. This means that once you fly in from our seaplane base, you’ll see nothing but lakes and wilderness for miles and miles. That’s especially true when you choose to fish in the Ogoki Reservoir
The Ogoki Reservoir is massive, covering more than 35,000 acres and stretching 35 miles in length. It was originally formed as a means to divert water flowing north and East to James Bay, south into Lake Nipigon for hydro generation on the Nipigon River. This construction took place during the 1930s and dams were closed in 1942, combining three lakes into one large body of water. Now, we use it for world-class fishing in a remote and peaceful part of nature.
The reservoir is known these days for its above-average sized walleye, ranging from three to four pounds, in large numbers. You’ll also find larger than usual northern pike, whitefish, and sturgeon. And, when you’re not reeling in a big catch, you can enjoy the quiet beauty of the remote wilderness setting.
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. We have five guest cabins spread out along the east and north shores of the island, offering privacy for each group.
All cabins have kitchens with all appliances, hot and cold running water, all furnishings, gas barbecues, large decks for sitting outside, wood stoves for heat, and much more.
The camp also features Wi-Fi provided by a recently installed Starlink satellite dish, electricity supplied by diesel generators (soon to be replaced by a large solar system), screened in fish cleaning houses, a camp manager who lives on site, new hp. 4 stroke Yamaha outboard motors, and new 16-foot Lund boats.
This camp can accommodate groups ranging anywhere from 2 to 36 people anywhere from 3 to 7 days.
MINI LODGE FISHING & VACATIONINGMay 20 - September 26
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