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Welcome To Fireside Lodge! Ontario Canada Fishing Trips near Sioux Lookout Ontario Canada Beyond just an Ordinary Resort
Ontario Fishing Adventure
Get away from it all and enjoy a Canadian Wilderness Experience at Fireside Lodge. Three and a half hours from the Minnesota border, Fireside Lodge is road accessible, and is the only resort located on Little Vermilion Lake.
Little Vermilion is the largest in a ten-lake system. Approximately seventeen miles long, Little Vermilion is a long narrow body of water with a lower and upper section. These spring-fed waters are deep and cold with numerous bays, reefs, and deep weed beds that have created excellent fish-holding structures. The lake forage consists of whitefish, cisco, suckers, perch, various minnow life, and crayfish. With the combination of all these factors, the unpressured waters of Little Vermilion offer our guests some of the best sportfishing Canada has to offer; year after year.
We at Fireside Lodge follow a catch-and-release program to protect the resource and the sport. Therefore, along with ten additional lakes accessed by creeks or portages, this multi-lake system offers exceptional sportfishing. Just imagine having eight lakes to pursue Northern Pike, six for Smallmouth Bass, six for Muskie. Three of these lakes had been closed for fishing since the 1930’s but are now opened for anglers.
Conservation = Great Fishing, and we are keeping it that way with the commitment of fisheries management. At Fireside Lodge, Little Vermilion, Cedarbough and all portage lakes are managed as catch and release lakes. Maskinonge, Hooch, and Cloudlet are catch & release, barbless hooks only, one hook only and no live bait. This gives every Fireside Lodge guest the best possible opportunity to have the fishing trip of their life. Fireside Lodge guests catch many fish and very large fish. Just about everyone fishing in these lakes has experienced the fishing day, or catch of their lifetime. Many had both. After all this is what we all go on a fishing trip for. For some examples of what Fireside Lodge guests experienced while fishing at Fireside Lodge go to our Daily Fishing Catches, Fishing Reports, Fishing Photos and Master Anglers Award pages. Owners and Operators, Alan & Audrey Brandys
2014 FISHING SEASON: MAY 24th - Early SEPTEMBER Special Seasons & Regulations All Lakes Are Catch & Release Only Muskie Season Opens June 21st Closs Lake is opened to fishing on June 21st Maskinonge, Hooch & Cloudlet Lakes are Opened to fishing on June 21st Maskinonge, Hooch & Cloudlet & all Portage Lakes are catch & release only Maskinonge, Hooch & Cloudlet Lakes are barbless, one hook only & no live bait REMEMBER “THE FUTURE OF FISHING IS IN YOUR HANDS”