Roderick Lake has pristine bays and outlets, which are ideal for prime fishing. The lake boasts of having a large number of fish including Northern Pike, Walleye and Lake Trout.
All five cabins were constructed on site from local pine logs. The cabins range in size from a two bedroom to a four bedroom cabin. The camp has solar powered electricity, wireless internet and a sauna. Each cabin is very well equipped with a propane range; electric fridge, freezer, and lights; mattresses and bedding; 3 piece bathrooms (toilet, sink and shower) with hot and cold running water (each cabin has its own hot water tank), and a propane barbecue on the deck.
Maximum occupancy for the Main camp is 10 people per cabin.
We supply complete cooking and eating utensils, sink and shower with hot and cold running water.
|Group Size (per person)||Rate (1st week)||Rate (2nd week)|
|Group of 2-5 Guests||$1,070.00||$720.00|
|Group of 6-7 Guests||$1,050.00||$700.00|
|Group of 8 or more Guests||$1,030.00||$680.00|
|Children 14 and under||$-200.00||$-200.00|
What to Bring
- Sufficient food and refreshments
- Ontario Outdoors Card
- Personal gear
- Lightweight, warm, windproof clothing
- Life vests
- Fishing rod and reel
- Fishing tackle
- Landing net
- First aid kit
- Toilet paper
- Bath towels
- Dishcloths and towels
- Freezer paper or plastic bags to wrap fish
- Cooler to take your fish out
Schultz Lake was the most memorable. We portaged into one of the 2 portage lakes, and in a manner of 4 hours I personally had 35 walleyes – smallest was 22″ and largest was 30″”