Wine Lake

Wine lake is about 9 miles long with 4 other connecting lakes that are easily accessible by going down a channel or over a beaver dam. known for its pristine cold water and rocky structures, you can find an abundance of walleye, lake trout and pike hidden throughout the lake. this lake can get as deep as 100 feet in some areas, which of course allows for substantial populations of lake trout. healthy populations of perch and white fish can also be found in the bays, There are a total of 4 lakes directly connected to wine like; Mud Lake, Ghost Lake, Turn Around Lake and Beaver Lake, all of which support thriving walleye populations.

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More stores told by Wine Lake Camp's, Ann Sherman, about a group of hunters staying at their camp, who after a successful hunt, invite Ann to share in the cadres "fraternity". Rick had shot his first bear. We were sitting inside the Trout cabin, joking and snacking when he pulled up in his boat. He indicated to his buddies (Doug, Dave, Herb, Frank, and Darren) that the night had gone well.
Read Full Article The Last Resort (Part I)
"The Last Resort" is a book written by Irene Williams and outlines her life story as she travels from England to the great Canadian North. She recants the tales of coming to Canada and working at Wine Lake Camp - a primitive, remote tourist lodge in Northwestern Ontario. Her writing captures the many adventures and thrills she and her family experience over several decades at the camp and how she comes to love the lifestyle.
Read Full Article A Hunting We Will Go
Local hunter tells the story of how he came across an over-sized buck while out hunting a friends farm land, deep in the heart of the Patricia Region. As I stood looking down at the full bodied, skinned out animal (which completely resembled the proportions of a human being), I wondered where the other guy in their party was! It was spooky to see something so similar to a man lying there while the northern lights (or jiibayag niimi’idiwag) streaked across the sky. This was the first, and only time, I have witnessed a multi-colored Aurora Borealis. Reds, blues, yellows, and greens sprinkled through the night air. The spirits were speaking on this chilly evening, and I shuddered in fear.
Read Full Article The Last Resort (Part II)
"The Last Resort" is a book written by Irene Williams and outlines her life story as she travels from England to the great Canadian North. She recants the tales of coming to Canada and working at Wine Lake Camp - a primitive, remote tourist lodge in Northwestern Ontario. Her writing captures the many adventures and thrills she and her family experience over several decades at the camp and how she comes to love the lifestyle.