Flindt Landing Camp Fishing Walleye Ontario.
Fishing Walleye Ontario

Fishing Walleye Ontario

  Fishing Walleye in Ontario

Trophy Fishing in Wabakimi Wilderness Park

Edward's Walleye Photo
Walleye Stringer
Fly-in or take the train, literally to our door!

Are you looking for a spectacular remote wilderness walleye and pike fishery? Our small fishing camp is located in Wabakimi Wilderness Provincial Park and our fishery is large, unspoiled and spectacular. Fly-in from Lake Savant or Ft. Frances or take the train directly to our camp. The wilderness Via Train literally stops at our door!

Most certainly you cannot drive here. Most guests do fly-in, but you don't have to. We offer the remoteness and benefits of a fly-in camp and fishery and all the natural beauty of Wabakimi Provincial Park but you can get here in the comfort of Via Rail. We are a fly-in camp; the only camp in our extraordinary fishery, but take the train if you prefer!

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Fishing Walleye Ontario
Northern Pike
Flindt Landing Camp
P.O. Box 3052
South Bend, IN 46619

Flindt Landing Camp
General Delivery
Savant Lake, Ontario
P0V 2S0


Phone: 574-232-3237

Phone: 807-584-2200


Wilderness fishing made easy! "Fly-in or Rail-in" to one of the most best and most remote wilderness fisheries in Canada. Flindt Landing Camp is located in Northwest Ontario within the 2.3 million acre "Wabakimi Wilderness Provincial Park". It is one of only seven camps located within the whole park and the only one on our fishery. Experience spectacular fishing on 17-mile long Heathcote Lake formed by the Flindt River. Fish unlimited structure with water up to 140' deep, and hundreds of islands, bays, coves, narrows, and inlets.

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30" Walleye

Our Exceptional Wabakimi Walleye and Northern Pike Fishery. Here are the geological, biological and human factors that made the Flindt Landing Camp water system Canada's greatest and least visited walleye and pike fishery and learn how we have preserved it. Read about how our small fishing camp has protected a huge virgin walleye and pike fishery for over 43 years.

About Wabakimi Provincial Park: "Wabakimi is pure northern grandeur - dense boreal forest and Canadian Shield. It is larger than Prince Edward Island and home to woodland caribou, moose, eagles and wolves. Visitors can fly in to remote lodges and camps to sport fish, or enter the park by train and more quietly by canoe.


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