Welcome to Red Pine Lodge & Outpost Camps

Fishing: Ivanhoe Lake has fantastic fishing. It's considered to be one of the best trophy lakes in Northern Ontario for Walleye, Northern Pike, Whitefish and Jumbo Perch Fishing. We also have drive-to lakes and streams in the area with outstanding Brook Trout, Lake Trout and Rainbow Trout fishing.

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Outpost Camps: We have three outpost camps for those who want total seclusion in the wilderness. Our outpost camp on Lemoine Lake is a fly-in outpost camp and has awesome fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike and Jumbo Perch. We have two boat-to outpost camps on the Ivanhoe River ( mid river & south river), which also have great fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike and Jumbo Perch with access to the north big-water.

Black Bear Hunting: We are well known for having one of the best Black Bear Hunts in Ontario. Our BMA is over 750 square miles of prime Black Bear habitat. As a result, our guests enjoy an exceptionally high success rate. We have 100 baits set up in all different types of terrain so even people who are physically challenged can enjoy our great hunting. Our Black Bear hunting package is full service American Plan so all you do is relax, hunt bear and have fun.

Moose Hunting: We have great Moose hunting. Our Moose hunting packages all include an adult Bull Moose tag with calf tags for the other members of your party. We have six different Moose hunting packages to cater to your needs. Our Moose hunting guests enjoy a very high success rate for both bow hunting and rifle hunting. Our Moose Hunt takes place in WMU 31 and WMU 30.

Main Lodge: Tucked beneath a hill covered with Red Pine trees is the spacious ranch style building of "Red Pine Lodge". It's the perfect setting for a fishing or hunting trip of a lifetime with room for large groups to enjoy our delicious home cooked meals. Our cabins are on the water's edge of Ivanhoe Lake.

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Your Hosts
Garry Litt
Phone Toll Free: 1-(877) 264-4911
Email: garrylitt58@gmail.com

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