Fisherman heaven on earth!

Come and visit us, step into your own get away for some of the best fishing in Quebec. Enjoy some relaxing time in the magnificent waters that surround our lodge. Lake Kipawa offers the most brilliant fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike and Lake Trout. The lake is known for his water purity and his remoteness, producing a very healthy and constant fish population.

Close to our lodge you will find some great fishing spots for Walleye. They are mostly feeding in the morning and evening hours so these are the ideal times to get out on the lake and get them hooked. A vibrating tip of your rod and minutes later you have the enjoyment of reeling in on of the nicest fish to eat into your boat. Why don’t you join us now for some of the best tasting fresh Walleye you ever had, or put your focus on some of our Lake Trout. They feel great to catch, because they fight like salmon so you have to hold on tight to you rod. In the spring time the Lakers can be found close to the surface. As soon as the water warms up they disappear into deeper colder water, a perfect time to take your down ringers out and try your luck.

Lake Kipawa has many bays that are just hoping to be discovered. Huge Northern Pikes are lurking in the waters, just waiting to viciously attack your lures. You can also catch them while trolling in deeper water or jigging for bigger Walleye.

We hope you will find your favorite spot on our beautiful lake so you can return for another great fishing trip to these waters.

REGULATION AFFECTING THE WALLEYE!

Quota: 6  Period: May 15 to Oct 25, 2020

It is prohibited to keep or have in his possession a walleye less than 37 cm (14½ inches) or more than 53 cm (21 inches) in length from the lakes of the Kipawa.

The walleyes should be transported in whole or in fillets cut into portfolio. This is to enable identification of the species of walleye and determination of the total length. The two nets must be more than 28 cm (11 inches) and less than 40 cm (15½ inches) in length. These should be measured from the tip of the tail inside the home base of the pectoral fin. Nets must be connected by the caudal (tail) fin and pectoral fins and skin must adhere to the net.

REGULATION AFFECTING THE NORTHERN PIKE!

Quota: 6  Period: May 15 to Oct 25, 2020

These ferocious fish average from 25 inches to 36 inches in length, with many being caught at 40+ inches. This species is somewhat torpedo shaped and green in colour with white spots along its sides. As a distinct predator, its large eyes sit high on its broad head, and has a large mouth with many razor sharp teeth. This fish has a row of tiny pores under its lower jaw which usually amounts to 5 on each side, never exceeding 11. This is the most definite key characteristic to use in differentiating between a Northern Pike and a Muskie.

REGULATION AFFECTING THE LAKE TROUT!

Quota: 2  Period: May 15 to Sep 13, 2020

Lake Kipawa’s claim to fame is its outstanding Lake Trout fishery. These cold water char are ferocious feeders who follow the lake’s abundant herring schools. In May and early June they are fished by flat-lining trolling spoons or body baits, casting or jigging points and shoals. As the surface water warms, the trout move deeper and for most of the season they are below 25ft. Down-riggers, wire or lead core line is the way to get spoons down to them in the summer.

REGULATION AFFECTING THE BROOK TROUT!

Quota: 10 Period: May 15 to Sep 13, 2020

These a fly rod is a major incentive for fly fishers to visit Lake Kipawa. Whether it’s teasing them on the surface with a dry fly or going deep with a streamer, Kipawa Lake is one of the few places left in North America where you can catch truly wild brook trout in their natural habitat. And, as a bonus, access to the streams and lakes where they’re found is both easy and affordable.

REGULATION AFFECTING THE BASS!

Quota: 6  Period: Jun15 to Sep 13, 2020

These fiesty fighters seem only to have recently inhabited the waters of Kipawa’s North Arm. Since they are active feeders during the day, they make for an exciting addition to the evening walleye bite. Anglers who target the bass do very well catching 18 and 20 inch lunkers. They will readily hit Mepps spinners tipped with a minnow, jigs or crank baits. Shallow rock shoals and points or sandy drop offs produce best. 6 fish limit, and no size limit. It is a pretty incredible smallmouth fishery, without any signs of it having negatively affected the walleye population.

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