Welcome to Lac Seul / Williams Lake Lodge 

Whether you're an angler, a gamer, or an adventurer, we have something for you to enjoy.

Our fishing is among the best. Walleye, and Northern Pike are in abundance here. You can also find smallmouth bass, and muskie in these lakes. And thanks to our summertime fishing techniques, some of our biggest catches are in July and August!  But don’t take our word for it. Check out these web sites to learn just how incredible this fishery is.

Outdoor Canada Online "Where the Big Ones Are" by Gord Pyzer, In Fisherman

"Walleye Trips to Lac Seul" by Michael Bilsbarrow, Patricia Region Tourist Council

Bear hunting has become a favorite pastime here. Guide-assisted hunts will help you through the rugged back country of Northwestern Ontario, in search of game.

The peaceful surroundings of Williams Lake Lodge are a dream for any nature lover, with numerous photographic opportunities. Moose, bear, wolf,  lynx, blue herons, many species of ducks and other water fowl, beaver, muskrat, otter and families of bald eagles are regularly seen.

Check out the area that we fish and hunt on this map of Williams Lake and Lac Seul. Also have a look at the interactive Camp Map to see where the cabins sit and view photos of each one.

Contact us with our On-line Postcard for vacation information today!

Free Trip Winners  

Thanks to all of our conservation minded anglers that caught and released trophy fish in 2015. These large fish are swimming free, will spawn again in 2016, and will pass their "big fish" genes on to a new generation. Also, some of them will undoubtedly be caught, enjoyed, and released in the years to come. 

Again this year, many northerns over 40" were caught and released from both Lac Seul and Williams Lake. The largest was 42 1/2" long and was caught and released back to Lac Seul by Jerry Lyon.

Lyon northern 2015

Many trophy walleyes were caught and released from both Lac Seul and Williams Lake. The largest was from Williams Lake, caught and released by Steve Jorgensen. It was 32" long.

Jorgensen walleye 2015

Kathy and I look forward to having you both back at camp in 2016, as winners of our free trip contest..

What's New

See photos of our new  solar power system:
Check it out here.

2015 Big Fish Contest -Free Trip Winners:
Check them out here.

2015 Photos:
Check out these photos, from last year, given to us by all of our friends.

Rates for 2016:
PDF file of our 2016 rates, and reservation request form.

New 2016 Brochure:
PDF file of our four page brochure.

Updated Cabin Photos:
Some recent cabin photos have been added to the Accommodations page.

New Bear Hunt Photos :
Check them out here.

Boat Options for 2016:
Check them out here.

License info form:
Fill in and submit this form and Kathy will have your fishing and/or hunting license ready for you when you get here

Williams Lake Lodge Conservation Policy

As sportsmen and conservationists, we are interested in preserving our wildlife and fishing for our children and our children's children. We ask that you enjoy your stay with us for what it really is - a peaceful retreat from the busy routine. Catch tons of fish, but release all but what you really need to eat.

We fully support the MNR's size regulatons and are taking them a step further. All walleyes over 18" and all northerns over 27.5" must be released. C.P.R (Catch, Photo, and Release) is the key to maintaining our fabulous fishery. Keep some small ones to eat (they are the best tasting) and let the rest continue to grow. If you want one for the wall, a replica will last longer and you have the satisfaction of knowing that your trophy still swims. A conservation fishing license is included in the package price.

To further encourage the release of  trophy fish, Williams Lake Lodge will award a free housekeeping trip to the anglers who release the largest walleye and the largest northern pike of  the season. We need pictures and the length of the fish. Do not weigh the fish.

Canadian Fishing at its finest
Dryden, Ontario, Canada

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