Fishing Report from Wilderness North's Striker's Point Lodge

Celebrating 30 Years of Wilderness North  –          

Plan Next Year’s Adventure at Striker’s

Alan Cheeseman and a WN OtterFor those of you who don’t know, or those who may have forgotten, at the eastern end of Whitewater Lake, in the heart of Wabakimi Provincial Park, Striker’s Point is one of our premier Canadian Fly-in Fishing Lodges. Home to the largest registered northern pike caught and released in the 2005 season (50″ 31 pounds), the 26,000 acre Whitewater Lake offers anglers exceptional results for both northern pike and walleye -plan to have a shore lunch every day!

Guests at our Striker’s Point Lodge love the combination of fishing in a pure wilderness environment and first class service. In this massive 2.5 million acre park, there is no equal in terms of service and accommodations. Whether you’re a couple, a group of friends, or a larger group of twenty four we will do our best to make you feel right at home.

Your American Plan trip includes:

  •  Round trip flights from Thunder Bay/Armstrong to Striker’s Point Lodge
  • Complete meal service with made to order breakfasts and lunches,
  • Full time electric power,
  • Indoor plumbing,
  • 16 ft flat floor Lunds with powerful 25HP electric start four stroke motors

** For those of you looking for a more rustic foray into the wilderness, Whitewater Lodge offers old world experiences with modern electrical conveniences

Striker's Point, Wilderness North fly-in fishing

At this point most of you are probably thinking, “the services all sound great Alan, but what about the fishing?” Don’t worry; the fishing at Striker’s Point is just as great as the service. Plentiful catches and large trophies can be had in great abundance as Whitewater Lake offers great cast to catch ratios. Known for its large northerns, several master anglers were fortunate enough to reel in 43in pike, while the average trophy walleye came in just shy of 30in at 28.5.

If asked the question when is the best time to try and land a real lunker? I would say today!…well not exactly, but you should book soon. Any time at Striker’s offers great fishing for both novice and avid anglers. Whether you head out in the rain for the season opener or take advantage of early fall and a potential Indian summer, you’ll be sure to have tight lines and busy rods…who knows, you might even reel in a rock bass!

For more information on how to plan your perfect summer get away at Strikers Point Lodge, call our trip planning team:

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