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August 28 2017

fishing has been excellent on the main lake. Jim  with Rosbacka group got a 33″ monster trout. Zudyk’s group also got a huge 31″.they really put on the pounds after they get to 30″+.  I fished quite a bit last week with my daughter Sam. We got tons of trout with her getting the biggest, a 28″ fatty. We got around 60 walleye one afternoon in a portage lake and got quite a few 30+”northern trolling crankbaits on the main lake. Caught several trout in 15′ of water trolling northern. The trout are stacked up off some points like you can’t believe. The screen on the depth finders are nothing but fish from top to bottom. Catches of 30-40 at a time are common with the sizes getting better all the time. We don’t have a lot of fisherman left for the season, we had to cancel quite a few due to the fire. It’s hard to believe but we only have a few more weeks of the 2017 season, I’ve noticed life goes faster the older I get. Weather has been nice and cool, fall is here.

Todd

 

Fishing report for our whiney guest Evan Greiner

Ive been reminded by our guest, EVAN GREINER, that I haven’t been putting enough reports on the website and he’s sitting in Ohio, bored. Fishing all through June has been excellent. Dan Doherty and Gary Ficken did great as always. They’ve been coming to Atikwa for years and always fished northern and lakers until theContinue Reading

Start of Season

season has started and the first guests left yesterday. Terry Holloways group caught about 400 trout and some nice sized pike. They’re almost exclusively after trout and they do great year after year. This year the average size was bigger than normal they said. They like to troll but if you want to get biggerContinue Reading

Reservations are filling up fast for 2017

Our reservation book is filling fast with may and most of June being full already. We have about 90% repeat business so it’s great to see all our old friends. It also seems like everyone has a bigger group too! Thanks to John Owen and Craig Sesemann who is bringing a huge group this year.Continue Reading

September fishing

now that cool temps are here it should finally make the lakers more aggressive. We’ve found giant schools of them but thy have been hitting slow. Had some great catches but not as many as usual. Northerns have been doing well and the bigger ones getting caught deeper. Marv Burd from California caught his biggestContinue Reading

June 22 2016

Water temp is starting to inch upward but still way behind what’s normal for this time of year. Northern are still in shallower water and not up on the reefs in big numbers yet. Walleye on the main lake has been good for Atikwa lake standards. We don’t get numbers here but do get someContinue Reading

June 8 2016 fishing report

Fishing has been excellent since we got in here this year. Even the days of huge rains only shut it down for awhile. Lots of walleye being caught in the portage lakes. Scott Sheneke group has caught several 27″ walleye and just got back today from the Musky lake where they caught 6. All inContinue Reading

Lake Trout are everywhere May 30

Fishing has been excellent! Lakers are all over the place, this time of year they can be found anywhere in the water column from right at the top to down 80′. The more active ones are from the top to 20′.  Wally divers in bubble gum color that dive to 15′ and gold and orangeContinue Reading

Terry Holloway group did great on Lakers

the Terry Holloway group from Minnesota did their usual great job catching lakers on Atikwa. They’ve come for years now and really know the lake. We like them cuz they Love Lake Trout and know how to get them. Not that it’s too hard on Atikwa in May. One person in the group caught 41Continue Reading

Early spring is almost for sure

The winter in NW Ontario has bee extremely mild. There was still open water at Christmas time and I’m told there is only about 18″ of ice on the lakes now. That’s less than 1/2 of a normal winter at this time. Early ice out means fish should be moving out of the extreme shallowsContinue Reading