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I think this lake is in PERRAULT FALLS ONTARIO. Has anyone fished this lake? Seems very reasonably priced...can't beat a full week of fishing for less than $500.

Anyone have experience on this lake?

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Doop,

My wife and I stayed at Cedar Point Resort last year over the 4th of July week. The fishing could have been better. In talking to an elderly couple that had been coming up for the last 25 years they said it was the worst they had ever had. It was a week after heavy rains, out of the ordinary may fly hatch and unstable temps. We only managed 6 walleyes the week but caught a number of northerns and 1 42 in musky (acutally my wife is reading this and wanted to make sure that I mentioned that she caught it!). The musky's are there. I had 6 follows in one bay and then had a very large fish swirl right at the boat after about 15 casts in the same spot. Had my ADD not set in I may have been paying attention.

I would recommend the lake. One visitor had an aquaview and tested it out to see if the walleyes were actually in the lake and at the railroad bridge the fish were stacked all over.

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the lake is not bad, but if I personally was staying in that area I would be staying on a different lake with less resorts on it...The musky fishing is OK but again, far from best in the area

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thanks guys!

BCM26...put a woman in the boat and she is all but guaranteed to catch either the biggest or more fish than you! If not both! smile

I was fishing with my wife at a golf course pond and she threw her spinnerbait waaaaaaaay out in the middle (where the bass are not supposed to be) and hooked a fat 6 pounder. Amazing.

MuskyBrian....what recommendations do you have?

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If you don't really care about Muskies that much, drive a few minutes up the road and go to Lac Seul, you will catch a lot more fish there...guaranteed

There is nanother lake up the road as well, Wabaskang, with a resort on it...again, you will catch more there

If you care about Muskies, check out Canyon lake Lodge, one of my favorite musky lakes and a good walleye lake

I don't know exact resorts on Lac Seul but I know they are very affordable, do a google search for "Ear Falls and Lac Seul" or else contact the Ear Falls chamber up there...

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