Explore Our 3 Remote Lakes
Fishing & Hunting
Experience The Thrill
Escape To The Wilderness
We are located at the North end of Sturgeon Lake Ontario in the pristine wilderness of Northwest Ontario. Family owned, we are proud to carry on the tradition of excellent fishing and accommodations established prior to acquiring the property in 2014. We have 6 cabins for rent for our guests to stay in along with 4 campsites with water and electricity at each site. Our experience staying with other fishing camps, lodges, and resorts has given us insight into what makes a successful fishing trip and how and how not to treat our guests.
Why Choose Us?
We bring a wealth of experience having fished Sturgeon and the neighboring lakes for over 10 years and we have been fishing in the surrounding area for over 25 years at several lake resorts. During that time, we have fished numerous other lakes in Ontario and are confident that this area provides the best Walleye, Lake Trout, and Northern Pike fishing available in Northwest Ontario. Our experience staying with other fishing camps, lodges, and resorts has given us insight into what makes a successful fishing trip and how and how not to treat our guests.
Find Your Adventure
Walleye gather right next to the shoreline around our cabins each spring to spawn in huge numbers as the cold, fast running, and stained water of Trout Creek flows into Sturgeon Lake in Ontario.
What is nice about Sturgeon Lake is there are several deep pools for these Lake Trout to strive. As the water temps decrease in the fall the trout will migrate towards shorelines with boulders and reefs where they typically spawn during late September and early October.
Sturgeon Lake consistently produces large numbers of Northern in the 25 to 40-inch range while also producing some 45 inches (20-25Lb) fish each year.
Here at Trappers Point Camp, you can experience the thrill of hunting in our private bear management area. We have approximately 95,000 acres of pristine hunting land allocated only for our guests which we actively bait in the months leading up to the hunting season.
Just returned to Mn. after another great week at Bob and Rhoda’s beautiful camp–Thanks for a great time fishing with the biggest walleye at 29″ and largest northern coming in at 43″!!
Some people would ask why drive 800+ miles to go fishing? I do it every year for family time with nephews and brother-in-law. And the great Canada opener. Today in the wolverine cabin we had craft day, we are in a rain delay. Every year I come up with a contest this year I 3D printed lures, and we painted them an got them ready when the rain stops, the nephews are pumped and want to start the contest. First fish wins. We had some good walleye fishing today before the rain and also a 37.5 northern.