Seul / Williams Lake Lodge
you're an angler, a gamer, or an adventurer, we have something for you
is among the best.
Walleye, and Northern Pike are in abundance here. You can also find
smallmouth bass, and muskie in these lakes. And thanks to
our summertime fishing techniques, some of our biggest catches
and August! But don’t take our word
for it. Check out these
web sites to
learn just how incredible this fishery is.
"The Lunker Walleye of Lac Seul" by Karl Kalonka"Extreme
Walleye Angler" TV host Karl Kalonka joined us to film a
show. See the full episode here: World Class Walleye
Canada Online "Where
the Big Ones Are" by Gord Pyzer, In Fisherman
Trips to Lac Seul" by Michael
Bilsbarrow, Patricia Region Tourist Council
Bear hunting has become a
favorite pastime here. Guide-assisted hunts will help
you through the rugged back country of Northwestern Ontario, in search
peaceful surroundings of Williams Lake Lodge are a dream for any nature
lover, with numerous photographic opportunities. Moose, bear, wolf,
herons, many species of ducks and other water fowl, beaver, muskrat,
otter and families of bald eagles are regularly seen.
out the area that we fish and hunt on this map of Williams
Lake and Lac Seul. Also have a look at the interactive Camp Map
to see where the cabins sit and view photos of each one.
us with our On-line
Postcard for vacation information today!
to all of our conservation minded anglers that caught and
released trophy fish in 2019. These large
are swimming free, will spawn again in 2020, and will pass their
"big fish" genes on to a new generation. Also, some of them will
undoubtedly be caught, enjoyed, and released in the years to
trophy walleyes were
caught and released from both Lac Seul and Williams Lake. The longest
was 31 1/4" and was caught and released in Williams Lake by Tom Jabens. Tom wins a free trip for 2020.
The longest northern for the 2019 season was this beautiful 46" incher caught and released in Williams Lake by Bret Martin. Bret also wins a free trip for 2020.
We look forward to having
you both back at camp in 2020.