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Posted: Jan 06, 2020 - 11:06 am

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Looking for some past experience of accommodation north of Sudbury or North Bay for a extended weekend ice fishing trip. Looking for winter accommodation preferably a year round fishing/ hunting camp. Didnít see much on this web site. Running water is a must.

Off of highway 11 or 144

Looking for 4 to 6 people accommodation

Thanks in advance

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Posted: Jan 06, 2020 - 12:19 pm

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Windy Lake Motel on Hwy 144 or Watershed Gas Bar has Cabins.
Fox Lake Lodge has Cabins but no running water .

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Posted: Jan 06, 2020 - 03:16 pm

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look at this https://www.auldreekielodge.com/
We went three last year for snowmobiling and ice fishing week. Too much snow last year to get into the back lakes but we did good a few local lakes there. the cabins are very clean, theres a small bar onsite and the food is incredible. Really nice lodge with good fishing choices all around.

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Posted: Jan 06, 2020 - 04:18 pm


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Check out Tatachikapika Lake Lodge. They are on Facebook. They are the only people on Tatachikapika Lake. Good fishing, walleye, pike, and perch. Full accommodations, running water, meals etc. Located about two hours north of Sudbury, 7kmís off of highway 144.

Here is the link to their Facebook page, https://m.facebook.com/tatachikapika/

They also have a website but calling them is your best bet.


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