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Marinette, Wisconsin
Reviewed 16 June 2014

Our group has been going to Big Hook for 25 years. We know Evie, Steve and their son and partner. Nathan Hartel as friends because they are such incredible hosts and genuine warm people; and the experience always exceeds our high expectations. A wilderness fishing camp 200 miles north of the end of the road ( Red Lake) and almost...

2Thank Jim M
Milwaukee, WI
Reviewed 5 August 2013

My 3rd trip in 8 years to BH, all at Central. Wonderful fishing, beautiful location, great hosts. What more can you ask for. Our group of 8 consisted of 3 youth, and 5 adults. We all caught fish, we enjoyed the company of Steve, Evie, and Nathan. "Horse Race" is a must with Nathan. You might think it's too expensive...

Thank Matt M
Reviewed 10 March 2013

We flew in to Big Hook last summer for a week of R&R and some good walleye and northern fishing. We have fished all over North West Ontario and many other places around the world and I can say without reservation that Big Hook's fishing rates with the best anywhere. We stayed at their main base camp on Central Lake...

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Janesville, Wisconsin
Reviewed 19 March 2012

My friend Jamie and I spent the week fishing for walleye and pike at Big Hook Wilderness Camp in the beautiful Opasquia Provincial Park. The fishing was excellent! We caught walleyes till our hands hurt and the pike were plentiful and big! The cabins were clean and comfortable. Our hosts, Steve and Evie, are wonderful folks and their son Nathan...

4Thank Brian S

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A fly in tourist operator located 185 air miles north of Red Lake, Ontario. Excellent opportunities for trophy walleye and northern pike. One week vacations available. ... more   less 

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Address: P.O. Box 1342, Red Lake, Ontario P0V 2M0, Canada
Region: Canada > Ontario > Kenora District > Red Lake
Number of rooms: 7
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“There are cabins not rooms.”
JimM272, 15 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Central Lake has a sauna (rustic-wood fired), very basic but comfortable amenities.”
460mattm, 4 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Big Hook has a main base camp and a series of individual cabins on isolated lakes ... ie a lake to yourself. I would recommend first trip stay at the base camp then spread your wings and branch out on the second third fourth .... you get my drift”
MikeyBDryden, 9 Mar 2013 | Read review
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