Ontario’s Lake Abitibi offers wilderness action, Saskatchewan’s Buffalo Pound Lake is a perch-fishing paradise and Alberta is cougar central
For a true wilderness ice-fishing adventure, take a short drive from Cochrane, Ontario, then travel 30 kilometres by snow machine along a scenic former railway line to sprawling Lake Abitibi. Walleye and northern pike are common on this 903-square-kilometre lake, but you’ll also catch sauger, yellow perch and burbot. If you’re looking for a guided trip, contact Dunn Right Outfitters.
Learn more: www.dunnrightoutfitters.ca