Gawley's Camp & Campground
wabaskang lake in ontario canada

  Wabaskang Lake is fifteen miles long, and is like four small lakes in one. (see lake map) Each is separated by a small narrows. At the north end of the lake is a short portage will take you into Wine Lake (Walleye & Lake Trout) or to the Seven Foot falls on the English River Chain. Here you can stand on shore and cast into the fast moving water below the falls for some excellent Walleye fishing. Going to the South end of the lake takes you to the Keynote Lake. (Walleye, Northern Pike & Perch) There is no portage here, a narrow winding river takes you from Wabaskang into Keynote Lake. Just the boat ride down is well worth it, with the rock walls and winding river.

Wabaskang Lake is made up of many islands, sand bars, rock shelves and weed beds, which make for excellent fishing.

For the adventurous we also have boats on out lakes that you can drive to, or we can arrange for a one day fly in trip to a remote lake.

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