Explore these 7 Indigenous-Owned Fishing Experiences in Ontario

With breathtaking scenery and rich history, 5-star fishing retreats, spectacular sunset views, family-friendly outdoor adventures and traditional fishing methods—you'll reel in unforgettable memories!
Brian Still, Stillwater Fishing

You'll reel in unforgettable memories with these seven Indigenous-owned fishing experiences in Ontario! 

Stillwater Fishing, Whitefish First Nation

Stillwater Fishing invites you to an eco-conscious adventure in Whitefish River First Nation. Passionate guides offer unique excursions blending Indigenous culture and traditional methods, ensuring a memorable family-friendly experience prioritizing safety and conservation. 

Wasse Giizhik Silver Muskie Lodge Rainbow Lodge
Wasse Giizhik / Silver Muskie Lodge / Rainbow Lodge

Wasse-Giizhik Tours, Wikwemikong First Nation

Wasse-Giizhik Tours offer premier fishing adventures on Manitoulin Island, steeped in Anishnaabek heritage. Tailored excursions and captivating boat tours ensure comfort and adventure, complemented by partnerships with local accommodations, guaranteeing a memorable experience.

Silver Muskie Lodge, Rainy Lake

Silver Muskie Lodge beckons you to the tranquil Canadian wilderness on Rainy Lake. Accessible only by boat or plane, it offers prime fishing opportunities and lakeside relaxation, promising an unforgettable retreat for fishing enthusiasts and families.

Rainbow Lodge, Whitefish River First Nation

Rainbow Lodge on Whitefish River First Nation promises tranquility and quality accommodation amidst breathtaking scenery. Fully furnished bedrooms and a well-equipped kitchen ensure a cozy retreat with exceptional boating and fishing.

Moosehorn Lodge Lodge on the Point Island Sunrise
Moosehorn Lodge / Lodge on the Point / Island Sunrise

Moosehorn Lodge, Chapleau

Moosehorn Lodge, an award-winning retreat near Chapleau, invites you to luxuriate in cottages described as "the finest." With access to prime fishing spots and excellent hunting grounds, it's a year-round haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

Lodge on the Point, Manitou Lake

Lodge on the Point offers a unique off-the-grid experience on Manitou Lake. Rustic cabins provide tranquility amidst rich history and scenery, with personalized retreats including yoga, hunting, and fishing trips.

Island Sunrise Cottages, M'Chigeeng First Nation

Island Sunrise Cottages beckons with thrilling fishing adventures led by Neil Debassige. Retreat to the tranquility of Lake Mindemoya on Manitoulin Island, where cozy cottages, private docks, and scenic trails promise a rejuvenating escape.  

For more Indigenous fishing guides, cabins and tours visit Indigenous Experience Ontario 

About Indigenous Tourism Ontario

Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) is the province’s only dedicated Indigenous tourism organization. ITO focuses on uniting communities, organizations, and industry leaders to support the growth of Indigenous tourism in the region. Visit their travel planning website at www.indigenousexperienceontario.ca.

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