The Theriault family has operated tourism fishing cottages on Nemegosenda lake since the early 1950’s. Thanks to our conservation efforts, and strict Canadian policies in regards to the quantity and sizes of fish that can be kept, it remains a remarkable fishery to this day !!! George Theriault Sr. originally purchased a property on Nemegosenda Lake on the west shore in the 1950s and starting building his first cottage on the lake shortly after. The original cottage burned, was rebuilt closer to the lake, and we now call this cottage “Beachside”.
The Theriault family purchased Nemegosenda Lake Lodge in 2001 and since this time have made immense strides forward in terms of improving the lodges, cottages, and equipment here for guest comforts. We are open at this location from approximately May 15 to September 15 annually. We typically open on the first weekend of walleye season (which always falls on the 3rd Saturday in May). This lodge offers outdoor enthusiasts the ultimate level of amenities blended with some of the greatest fishing northern Ontario Canada has to offer !!!
THE THERIAULT FAMILY INVITES YOU to experience Nemegosenda Lake Lodge!
The Lodge is set in the rugged and remote beauty of the Cambrian Shield in the Arctic watershed. The lake shore is dotted with granite outcrops, protected coves, sandy beaches and over a dozen tributaries feeding into Nemegosenda Lake. Nemegosenda Lake is approximately 8 miles in length, 2 to 3 miles wide with a lake surface area of 4,600+ acres. On the northern end of the lake, the Nemegosenda River flows north for a navigable 14 miles. The dining room features a wood burning stove and a panoramic westerly view overlooking the lake. Our evening sunsets are spectacular! The lake has a maximum depth of 300’ with plenty of great fishing structure in the 10’ to 30’ depths. The Nemegosenda River averages 15’ to 20’ depths.
Child rates are available. Please call. FISHING VARIETY ABOUNDS! Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Speckled Trout, Jumbo Perch, Smallmouth Bass and Whitefish.