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Fishing

Fishing Variety

Latreille Lake Lodge offers fishing in an endless series of pristine lakes. Immediately accessible are Latreille Lake, Margaret Lake, and the Wenesaga River. By taking a short portage, Allison Lake, Marsh Lake and the Sesikinaga River are also accessible. Each lake offers excellent Walleye, Northern Pike and Yellow Perch action. Fish size range from 1 to over 12 lbs. for Walleye (the average being about 1-1/2 lbs.) and 3 to over 30 lbs. for Northern Pike (the average being about 5 lbs.).

Fishing Season

The lodge opens on the first day of Walleye season, usually the third Saturday in May. Depending on reservations, the lodge will remain open until the end of September.

Fish Cleaning

We provide fish cleaning for all fish and packaging for take home fish for our American Plan guests at the Lodge.

Fishing Licenses

You will need to have a Conservation Fishing License for your trip to Latreille Lake Lodge. The Conservation License is essentially a "possession for consumption only" license. This license allows the angler to have in possession 2 Walleye and 2 Northern Pike and NO TROPHY fish. We prefer that customers do not take fish home. This will help sustain the ecosystem and insure that the fishing in our lakes will continue to enhance the fishing experience in our chain of lakes. The best tasting Walleye is a fresh, not frozen Walleye.

Guests under the age of 18 may fish under the license of a family member, but any fish caught will legally be part of the catch and possession limit of the person who holds the license. Fishing licenses must be carried at all times while fishing.

Remember, Margaret Lake and Allison Lake, home to our Outpost Camps are "For Consumption Only" lakes which means there are no take home fish, and trophy fish must be photographed and released back into the waters. This is to ensure the ecosystem of our waters and is also in cooperation with the Ministry of Natural Resources.

 

 
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