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Walleye Fishing at Medicine Stone Resort

Experience Walleye fishing at its finest by visiting our resort in the Red Lake region of Ontario, Canada.

You can enjoy fishing for Walleye at either our main, drive-in resort or in the remoteness of our fly-in outposts. All our cabins are roomy and cozy and our lakes, in addition to Walleye, are plentiful with Lake Trout, Pike, Muskie, and many more fish species. Mix this with breathtaking scenery, a peaceful environment and plenty of hot spots to fish, we guarantee you won’t want to leave!

Fish For Walleye at Our 4 Camps

Medicine Stone Lake

We have a group of six regular guests who know the lake and come in for seven days each year. During this period they will easily catch well over 300 Walleyes. Most of the Walleye are caught in the morning and late evening (20 – 30 Walleye each period per fisherman). During the day when the Walleye fishing is slow, guests will switch to Lake Trout fishing. The record for Lakers is 33 in two hours between two boats and four rookie fisherman. All of the lakers were caught using a simple jig hook and minnow in 20 – 40 feet of water. Walleye and Lake Trout fishing actually picks up equal to or better than spring fishing in late July to end of August.

Kitty Hawk Lake Outpost

The average size Walleye on Kitty Hawk Lake is around 17 to 21 inches and there are plenty of them. You will catch many in the 1 to 4 lb range with days when they are hitting so hard that you just lose count. Once you get to know the hot spots on the lake, you will catch 40 to 60 Walleyes in a day easily. It depends on how much time you spend fishing. Guests have reported catching close to 100 in a day. Kitty Hawk Lake is a shallow lake and easy to fish. You also have access to Cornpicker Lake, which is deep for its size and, as a result, the big trophy Walleye go deep during the day but early morning or evening the 5 to 10 lb Walleyes come to shore to feed. Generally most of the Walleyes are smaller good-eating sizes. Kitty Hawk Lake is known for Walleyes that are fat rather than long. The Walleyes in this lake are well fed. Kitty Hawk, Murray Lakes, and Walleye Lake (follow the eastern creek) are shallow. The lake, which is south east of Cornpicker Lake and up the creek system is for special Walleye fishing. It has lots of small Yellow and Blue Walleye.

Hyvee Lake Outpost

Hyvee Lake is stuffed with Walleye. The average Walleye is around 2.5 lbs. In a lake this big, there are lots of Walleyes in the 27 to 28 inch range with some over 10 lbs. On an average day you can catch between 30 and 50 Walleyes. There have been really hot days when guests have reported catching and releasing 80 Walleyes in a day. The Walleye fishing is similar to Medicine Stone Lake but being a remote fly-in lake, there are days where you can catch Walleye in greater numbers.

Trophy Lake Outpost

Trophy Lake is really a nickname for a chain of five lakes. Only one of the lakes has Walleye and the Walleye fishing is really good. This is a lake for people looking for a trophy Northern Pike. Rainbow Lake to the south-west is a great Walleye lake. There you will find small Walleyes, but lots of them.

Walleye Fishing Regulations

  • Limit: 4 Walleye with a sport license. 2 Walleye with a conservation license.
  • Restrictions: Only 1 fish can be greater than 18 inches.
  • Open Season: May 15 (3rd Saturday) to December 31 – January 1 to April 14.

Thanks for providing us another week of memories that will last a lifetime! My grandpa caught his biggest fish ever (36″ Northern) while jigging for Walleye. Five of the nine guys caught their biggest fish ever on this trip! Thanks again and we can’t wait to see you next year. Only 50 weeks to go!

Corey Hunger, 2013

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We can accommodate singles, families, or groups with up to 10 people in one cabin.