Nakina Ontario Northern Pike Fishing
Lower Twin Lakes Lodge
is a drive-to camp and located 6 miles from Nakina, Ontario and on Lower Twin Lake. From their camp you have excellent fishing for Northern Pike in both Upper Twin Lake and Lower Twin Lake as well as fishing in the Drowning River. The lumber boom is over in Nakina and most people have moved away to find work. Combining the absence of fishing pressure from locals with new limits and size restrictions, the fishing in Upper & Lower Twin Lakes has improved immensely over the last 10 years. The high population of Whitefish produces massive Northern Pike and the Twin Lakes are no exception. Northern Pike are common in the 2 to 8-pound range but trophy Pike in the 40 to 50-inch range do get caught and released every year. In actual fact, one of the largest Northern Pike in Canadian history was caught and released in Lower Twin Lake. It was a fat 56-incher and 40 pounds, which is just 2 pounds off the world record Northern Pike. Accommodations are clean and comfortable lakeside housekeeping cottages. A limited-service campground with waterfront sites is also available.
air base is located 2 miles west of Nakina, Ontario on Cordingly Lake. From Nakina you fly north into the deep wilderness. They have fly-in outpost camps (including brand new camps) on Meta Lake, Albany River, Stone Lake and Ara Lake. All of these have monster trophy Northern Pike. Hundreds of Northern Pike in the 2 to 6-pound range can be caught all day long in the weedy bays and mixed in with other species of fish. Your chances of getting a trophy in the 40 to 48-inch class are excellent. The outpost cabins are clean and comfortable and equipped with everything you need.
Twin Lakes Outfitters Fly-in Outpost Camps
air base is located 6 miles north of Nakina Ontario on Lower Twin Lake. They have 17 fully equipped fly-in outpost cabins with unbelievable fishing Trophy Northern Pike. If you are specifically looking for a monster trophy Northern Pike then make sure you tell them so they fly you out to the right lake. Every lake north of Nakina is different and not all have monster gators in them, even though many do.