Lecuyer's Lodge Fishing Packages

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Several species lake! Lecuyer's Lodge and the Lake Of The Woods can offer you and your fishing group some of the finest quality Canadian fishing trips and Ontario packages available. Come see why Canadian Fishing on the Lake Of The Woods is the greatest fishing there is! Fish for our walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, crappie and lake trout action. Specializing in all inclusive package plans, for sportsmen, families and corporate groups. Outstanding accommodations, meals, equipment and service.

Types of Fishing Offered at Lecuyer's

Muskie

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Nobody, but NOBODY, can hold a candle to the MUSKIE ACTION on the Lake of the Woods. Lake of the Woods hold the largest concentration of both numbers and size. And you'll be glad to know, it's not a fish of 10, 000 casts on our lake. A true northwoods trophy. We have recorded releases to 57½" long. They must be 54" long to be a legal catch. This assures both good numbers and large fish in our lake. Last year alone we saw 3 legals caught, none were kept and a great many more to the boat side. They were released by fisherman with a modern day attitude and a better understanding of the fish itself. Just so they could fight again another day. MUSKIES ... all other fish are just bait!

Northern Pike

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Routinely producing both in size and numbers. Great Northern Pike, with the average being in the 5-10 lb. range. True trophies, both taken and released up to 37 lbs. Fish need both the water and forage to become big. They also need the longer growing seasons - a norm on Lake on the Woods. The further north you go, the shorter the growing season. If you are looking for consistent Northern Pike fishing, and a great probability of catching that trophy, come fish with us. We have some real nice fish awaiting you arrival.

Walleye

 

 

 

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More and more anglers are discovering that Lake of the Woods is a great place to fish for walleye. So good, in fact, that two of the premier fishing magazines in the country have written special articles naming this area as a "world-class" fishery."A solid 5 pound 'eye (is) so common on Lake of the Woods these days that even a cooler full wouldn't get a second look."

The 1991 edition of "In-Fisherman's Walleye Guide" highlights this all-star lake as being one of the continent's hottest bites. The article focuses on eight lakes that are becoming renowned for fantastic numbers of good fish couple with excellent numbers of trophies.

Lake of the Woods is the first lake featured in the article. "In-Fisherman's" magazine explains that the resurgence of the walleye population, credited by some of the ban on commercial fishing, "rockets (Lake of the Woods) to a top spot on our number chart."

And the average size of fish in the lake has rocketed also. Since 1984, the average size of walleye taken has risen from one to two pounds. The Ministry of Natural Resources reports that "the number of three to five-pound walleye is on the upswing and that trophies of up to 14 pounds are within reason.

An article also appears in the March edition of "Peterson's Fishing" magazine. In that edition, a special section is given to the sport of walleye fishing with a special article on Lake of the Woods fishing.

In the article, it is mentioned that Lake of the Woods is perhaps the only "world-class" walleye fishing left in the world!

Come and find out for yourself what the pros are talking about!

 

Slab Crappie

Excellent for sure! In the spring we catch them in very shallow water. Mid-summer they are suspended. Then in the late summer they start moving to deep holes. Average sizes from ¾ lb. to 1¼ lb., with Crappie up to 2¾ lb. taken each year. In the fall, the schools can be graphed - up to 100 yards long and 20 yards wide. They make for fantastic pan fishing and they are the tastiest treat to eat. Because of our fine structure, we can boast the finest Slab Crappie fishing anywhere.

 

Lake Trout

Deep, cold water is what Lake Trout like. Just a 10 minute ride from the lodge, you'll find one of the finest, most beautiful trout lakes you'll ever want to fish. Though this is the ONLY fish that we can't brag about catching more of and bigger than our friends further north, we do boast action in the 3 - 10 lb. range. Crow Lake is very deep and crystal clear with visibility of 25' or better. It's filled with lots of islands and reefs, although it is not as protected as Lake of the Woods. Best catches are in the early spring and late summer.

 

Small Mouth and Large Mouth Bass

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Deep, cold water is what Lake Trout like. Just a 10 minute ride from the lodge, you'll find one of the finest, most beautiful trout lakes you'll ever want to fish. Though this is the ONLY fish that we can't brag about catching more of and bigger than our friends further north, we do boast action in the 3 - 10 lb. range. Crow Lake is very deep and crystal clear with visibility of 25' or better. It's filled with lots of islands and reefs, although it is not as protected as Lake of the Woods. Best catches are in the early spring and late summer.

 

 

 

 

 

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