Air Ivanhoe - Fly-in fishing Ontario Canada  / Walleye and Pike on Remote Lakes
Fly in fishing action for Ontario Pike and Walleye! Great fishing just waiting for you in this area of Ontario. Just think of the action for these walleye and pike with Air Ivanhoe. Bear and Moose hunting available, we are just an hour from Chapleau Ontario .

For more information, please
Phone:8 AM - 6 PM
Summer Hours

800-955-2951
or
705-899-2155


Email:
info@airivanhoe.com

Write:
George and Jeanne Theriault
P.O. Box 99, Foleyet, Ontario Canada POM ITO.





https://www.facebook.com/airivanhoeltd
and
https://www.facebook.com/Nemegosenda


All major credit cards accepted
All prices are in Canadian dollars


Canadian Fly-In Fishing Lodge

Video's to Watch

(211 MB) Introducing Air Ivanhoe
(67 MB) Main Lodge
(154 MB) Nemegosenda Lodge
(152 MB) Friday to Friday Camps
(89 MB) Saturday to Saturday Camps
(149 MB) Sunday to Sunday Camps
(35 MB) Boat Ins
(83 MB) What to Bring
More Air Ivanhoe Videos





ONTARIO DRIVE IN FISHING LODGE DIRECTIONS


DISTANCE TO IVANHOE LAKE
Drive In Fishing Lodge Map

The seaplane base is situated seven miles west of Foleyet, Ontario on Hwy. 101. Turn off at Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park Road. Our office is in the large vertical log building at the lakeside. We are one mile of Hwy. 101; you won't miss us! From the Southeast travel via Sudbury on Hwy. 144 to Hwy. 101 west; 220 miles. Paved roads. From the Southwest travel via Sault Ste. Marie east on Hwy. 17 to Thessalon, north on Hwy. 129 to Chapleau, east on Hwy. 101 to Ivanhoe Lake Road; 225 miles. This route is scenic and winding and normally will let you avoid the early morning fog that comes off Lake Superior. Also from the Southwest traveling via Sault Ste. Marie on Hwy. 17 to Wawa, then east on Hwy.101 to Ivanhoe Lake Road; 285 miles. Lake Superior makes the trip worthwhile.


WHAT TO EXPECT FOR WEATHER
WHAT TO EXPECT

May: The early fisherman will enjoy a bug-free holiday with excellent Northern Pike fishing. Walleye are active in the post spawn on lakes that have large inlets. Temperature range: 32-80F.
June 1 - July: This is the recommended time to be prepared for the blackflies and mosquitoes with plenty of spray, coils, and headnets. The fishing is usually at its peak with large numbers of Walleye and Northern Pike caught. Temperature range: 40F.
July 15 - August: The bugs have thinned down and fishing is concentrated in early morning and late evening hours. Providing temperatures don't go over 80F during the day the fishing is surprisingly good and you do avoid most of the bugs. Temperatures range 45-90F days, 40-50F nights.
September: This is an excellent time to catch large Northern Pike as they move into shallower water. Walleye are generally active until the 20th of September with larger fish caught. The shallower lakes and river systems are more consistent for Walleye in September. A combined fishing and small game hunt after September 15th is an excellant vacation idea. Temperatures range 30-70F days, Avg 40-60F and 30-40F nights.

 

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