Red Pine Lodge & Outposts

An Ontario Fishing Adventure You'll Never Forget!

The Outposts

Located on the Cat River system which supplies lakes St. Joe and Lac Seul, we offer a real remote wilderness fly-in fishing adventure.

Ninety miles north of Sioux Lookout, or 35 minutes by turbine floatplane, you will have a fishing where you can honestly boast catching hundreds of fish, not only on your trip but per day!

Red Pine Lodge

Our cabins are nestled among the 100 year old Red Pines on the north shore of Abram Lake just south Frog Rapids. The town of Sioux Lookout to the east of us has many conveniences one would expect in a town of five thousand.

We are centrally located on Abram Lake and we are just minutes north from the “chutes” into Minnitaki Lake. Traveling east on Abram lake leads to Botsford Lake and the Sturgeon River. Around the corner from us and under the Frog Rapids Bridge is Pelican Lake flowing north into Lac Seul.


The abundant fish species in our area include; Walleye and Perch, Northern Pike, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Whitefish, Lake Trout, Splake and Sturgeon. Since 1989 our chain of lakes have been under “new” fisheries management. The limits and slot sizes on most species have resulted in some of the finest fishing available. You can expect to catch trophy size fish as well as lots for the frying pan. Just take a look at the Sioux Lookout Master Angler release program! Of course, every year we have fish caught at our outposts listed and the 2013 biggest Northern of 48 inches was caught at Gull South.

T.  Spooner's avatar

This is the only place to stay in Sioux Lookout! I have stayed in other resorts and they were fine, but this is just the icing on the cake! After spending the day fishing to come back and enjoy a glass of wine while looking out at the lake right on the water is the best!

M. Letterman's avatar

Had a great time fishing at Gull North. Our group spent a day on Zionz at the river coming in and caught over two hundred fish! Having two sleeping cabins was great for avoiding sleeping with the snorer's in our group.



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