Whether you fish, hunt, or just need a break from the rat race; we have what your looking for. Drive right to your cabin at our beautiful camp, carved from the Canadian wilderness. All cabins are well equipped for the “Housekeeping” plan with modern kitchens, bathrooms, and screened porches. Down at our new docks you will find your top-of-the-line fishing boat. A state-of-the-art solar power system supplies quiet power 24/7.
Our fishing is among the best. Walleye, Northern Pike, and Smallmouth Bass are in abundance here. You will catch and release many limits of fish during your stay, and possibly capture your "personal best". Keep some to eat and take home too. Also, thanks to our location (Lac Seul's central basin), some of our biggest catches are in July and August!
Don’t take our word for it. Check out these articles to learn just how incredible this fishery is.
Besides the fishing being great, Kathy and Ken are great people who run an excellent camp. They are very organized, and take great care of their guests. The camp is very clean as are the cabins supplied with every thing you need for the week. The best boats for fishing that we have ever had. My group of 6 guys has nothing to say but nice things about Williams Lake Lodge. In all our years of fishing this is by far the best Lodge we have ever stayed at.
Took my son and grandson. We had an awesome time. Great hosts, great fishing, great boats and cabins. Class act from start to finish. Going back again next year, can't wait! Ken and Kathy are terrific.
My buddy, Stan, and I have been going to Williams every year (other than this Covid interrupted one) for forever. Location is great, camp is well organized, fishing is unbelievable and Ken & Kathy are two of the finest people you will ever have the opportunity to know.
“Extreme Walleye Angler” TV host Karl Kalonka joined us to film a fall walleye show. Watch Karl and our head guide, Brian Tourond have some fun.
Bear hunting has become a favorite pastime here. Guide-assisted hunts will help you through the rugged back country of Northwestern Ontario, in search of your trophy.
The peaceful surroundings of Williams Lake Lodge are a dream for any nature lover, with numerous photographic opportunities. Moose, bear, wolf, lynx, blue herons, many species of ducks and other waterfowl, beaver, muskrat, otter and families of bald and golden eagles are regularly seen.
So slow down and take time to really see this paradise. Drink in some of the beauty and energy that swirls around you. Appreciate it and please take care of it.
Cabins are clean and modern, in a wooded area, and all have a lake view with a screened porch. In keeping with our wilderness setting, we have rustic log cabins and a lodge, as well as newer frame cabins. All cabins have a 3-piece bathroom with flush toilet, shower, and sink. A wood heater with plenty of wood keeps you warm on the cool spring and fall nights. A gas cooking range, electric refrigerator, excellent set of cooking utensils, outdoor gas grill and fish fryer, and all bedding are included. Electric power for the camp is supplied by our solar system with generator backup. This state-of-the-art system supplies quiet power 24 hours a day.
These 18' Crestliner Kodiak boats all have a flat, vinyl-covered floor, front casting deck, three pro-upgrade pedestal seats, and color sonar/GPS. Boats are powered by 50HP or 60HP Yamaha 4 stroke, electric start, power tilt motors. We no longer have any 40HP motors. The motors also have Yamaha's "Variable Trolling Switch" on the tiller handle. This "VTS" allows you to adjust the trolling speed in 50-rpm increments. This works great for slow backtrolling. The 60HP boats have better rear and front sonar/GPS and a Minnkota iPilot front trolling motor. These boats are built for the big water and are big, comfortable, and safe. We supply one boat for each two people, but they will handle three people, if you prefer. Minnow buckets and landing nets are provided. For more details click, on the "Boats" button.
Thanks to all of our conservation minded anglers that caught and released trophy fish in 2022. These large fish are swimming free, will spawn again in 2023, 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 come. The longest walleye for the 2022 season was this 31.75 incher caught and released in Williams Lake on September 1 by Ralph Hall. The longest northern for the 2022 season was this 41.75 incher caught and released in Lac Seul on September 24 by Larry Hutchison. Ralph and Larry both win free trips for 2023.
No fishing bait of any kind, alive or dead, is allowed across the border.
If needed, fill out this form and take with you to the border,.
Each hunter must fill out this form and present it to the border officer when declaring your firearms. Do not sign the form until you are with the border officer. No handguns are allowed across the border.