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> Walk out location with a kid-Callander/South Shore
Limprod
Posted: Jan 04, 2022 - 11:27 am


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Hey guys,
My hut operator just canceled on me this weekend so I was thinking of heading up with my own gear. Any suggestions for a place that I can park either near Callander Bay or South Shore that I could walk out with my kid and gear? Up to a 1km walk is probably ideal.
Thanks for any feedback!

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Frenchie
Posted: Jan 05, 2022 - 06:54 pm


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Like you, I am looking to walk out on my own in the next week or so. I haven't been to Nipissing in quite a few years but now that I've moved less than an hour away I do plan on fishing that lake more. Last time I was there was probably 6 or 7 years ago and we parked at the public boat launch in Callander and walked out to where the huts were. It was less than a km walk if I remember right. We set up our portables and fished all day then stay at Terrace Suites for a couple nights and fish the same area each day. I think they even had parking available on the main road through town. I'm not sure if parking at the launch or on the street is still available but I m going to give it a try soon.

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Mr Meat
Posted: Jan 05, 2022 - 07:28 pm


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When you turn on main st off of 94 you can park on the left if there’s any spots left,continue on to the Stop sign turn left government dock if you can get a spot, go through stop sign bigger parking lot at Centennial Park if you need anything else pm me

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