Fishing for Walleye, Lake Trout and Northern Pike, on Lake Kipawa. We are a remote lodge accessible only by boat, with transportation provided. Lake Kipawa is located in the southwest region of Quebec, approximately an hour from North Bay, Ontario. With Lake Kipawa’s crystal clear and deep waters, secluded bays, channels, narrows, and massive drop-offs, the lake is a fishermen’s paradise. Bordering the lake are the communities of Kipawa, Laniel, and the Keboawek Reserve.
Kipawa Lake boasts very deep and clear waters, spans close to 80 kilometres and has over 1600 kilometres of shoreline. Further, it is a very safe lake to fish since you are protected by hundreds of islands and bays and you are always near the shoreline and the lake is well marked.
Your fishing/hunting adventure with us always begins with a scenic 30-minute, 20-kilometre boat trip (on one of our 3 transport boats) through the rugged beauty of the rocky granite shoreline and towering pines. Our main camp is situated on a quiet bay in the northeast part of the lake which happens to be the most remote and tranquil part of the lake – there are no other camps for several kilometres in any direction. The main camp features 6 waterfront guest cabins which provide good, comfortable and very clean accommodations. We also have a remote camp located on McKenzie Island (about 12 km away). At our new launch point in Kipawa Outpost, we have a private dock and plenty of free private parking