Gogama / Timmins Ontario Northern Pike Fishing

Green Wilderness Lodge & Outpost Camps is located in Northern Ontario between Gogama and Timmins. They have great fishing for Northern Pike. Northern Pike are common in the 2 to 8 pound range but many Northern Pike over 20 pounds are caught many times during the summer and fall. They have nice housekeeping cottages and outpost camps. They also offer day-trips to fly-in trophy pike lakes. They also have fantastic fishing for Walleye.

Pine Sunset Lodge is located near the village of Dinorwic, between Dryden and Ignace Obtario, and on the famous Dinorwic Lake. They have outstanding fishing for Northern Pike. The bays and rocky points are swarming with Northern Pike ranging from good eating sizes right up to monster trophies. Dinorwic Lake is on the same system as Wabigoon Lake and produces Northern Pike between 40 and 50 inches. The have clean housekeeping cottages, which range in size to accommodate groups of 2 to 16 people. They also have a campgrounds for both RVs and tents. They also offer fantastic Walleye, Musky and Smallmouth Bass fishing.



Auld Reekie Lodge is located 3 hours north of North Bay near the town of Gowganda and located on Gowganda Lake. Gowganda Lake is a spring-fed rocky Canadian Shield lake. They have a really good Northern Pike population with guests catching and releasing trophies of 20 pound many times throughout the summer. There are lots of back weedy bays and ridges where the Pike hang out and ambush Walleyes and bass. Auld Reekie does have a few backcountry lakes that are stuffed with Northern Pike where you will catch high numbers but the sizes never reach the monsters that are caught on the main lake. They have beautiful lakefront cottages along with a main restaurant and British Pub style bar. They offer American Plan, European Plan and housekeeping plan.