Walleye, Pike and Brook Trout

Percy Lake in Ontario offers spectacular walleye and large pike fishing especially in the spring as the walleye are conjugated at the mouths of the rivers after the spawn, and the big northern’s are not far behind feeding on them.

Percy Lake is approximately 7 miles long with depths up to 30 feet. It has two feeder rivers; Kapikotongwa River which entering from the west and Little Current that runs in and out of Percy Lake.

For the adventure enthusiast there is also 15 to 20 miles of river to explore down stream to Betty Falls. Those who do the trek all the way down to Betty can find brook trout at the falls and around the swifts on the way down.

Check out rates and availabilities from Nakina North Outfitters.




Percy Lake’s main cabin is a rustic log cabin with open concept kitchen, living room, screened in porch, bedroom that sleeps up to 6 and a separate sleep cabin that has three bunks for an additional 6 guests. There is also a separate sauna/shower building between the two cabins.

The main cabin is fully equipped with a propane stove, propane fridge and an electric deep freezer. It is recommended to bring a small generator to run the freezer, shower and lights in the camp.

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