Our cabins are designed to make everyday extraordinary.

 

Located along the shores of beautiful Caribou Lake, our cabins are designed to cater to your every need. All of our cabins are equipped with full bathrooms, full kitchens, and comfortable beds. All towels are provided (along with soap and bodywash), and our kitchens are stocked with almost anything you could need. We also offer handicap accessible lodging & fishing accessibility  for our handicapped guests.

We're located in Armstrong, ON - approximately 140 miles North of Thunder Bay, Ontario, near Wabakimi Provincial Park, the Albany River, and Ogoki Resevoir Areas.
 

 

 

 

As part of our "Act of Green," cabins are solar powered and an in-house re-cycling program is available to all of our guests.

Caribou Lake, Ontario's Premier Fishing Destination.

 

With over 40 thousand acres of water and 2,800 miles of shoreline, Caribou Lake in Armstrong, Ontario can give even the seasoned fishermen the thrill of a lifetime. Due to our remote location in Ontario, Caribou Lake has many walleye with lengths up to 32 inches, and many northern pike are caught in the 40 inch range every year. Caribou Lake is also fairly rare in that it is a naturally reproducing habitat for Lake Trout. 

 

 

Walleye

Caribou Lake's remote location lends itself to many walleye with lengths up to 32 inches

With over 40 thousand acres of water and 2,800 miles of shoreline, Caribou Lake can give even the novice walleye fisherman the thrill of a life time. Once you're sitting in the right spot, it's nothing to bring in 50 or 60 walleye in a couple of hours.

Northern Pike

40" inch Northern pike are not uncommon. tie on a daredevil and see what you can do

With thousands of inlets, bays, river outlets, islands, and deep water drop offs, Caribou Lake is prime habitat for trophy northern pike. Countless large northern can be found almost anywhere on the lake.

 

Lake Trout

caribou lake is rare in that it is a naturally reproducing habit for lake trout 

Caribou Lake is very deep in spots, with some areas reaching 250 feet in depth. Looking for trout? There's no shortage of them in these areas. In the Spring, they can even be caught in 15 feet of water or less.

Bear Hunting

An 800 square kilometer bear management unit & Miles of logging roads open up prime habitat for Bear 

With hundreds of miles of logging roads in the area that are passable with light trucks or ATV's, Bear Paw Lodge is the perfect location for your next Canadian Black Bear Hunt.

40,000 Acres of Water & 28,000 Miles of Shoreline.

 

In late May, most people head to the river mouths to hunt walleye and northern pike as they feed on the bait fish going after their eggs. Throughout June and into July, many like to troll the narrows and catch their fill of the walleye feeding on whitefish, perch, and other tasty bait fish. 

In Late July and August, the walleye tend to go into the deeper holes and hide around the structure, and when you come across a hole, the fishing can be incredible. In the Fall, we suggest fishing off islands in about 20 to 40 feet of water. 

Caribou Lake is very deep in spots, with some areas reaching 250 feet in depth. In these areas, countless lake trout can be found suspended at the 80 foot mark in mid-summer.