Fly-in Northern Pike Fishing North of Nakina:
There are many lodges and camps in Ontario that claim to be on lakes that have been referred to as "The Land of the Gators" but we are the real thing. The largest Monster Trophy Northern Pike in Ontario come from the lakes and rivers north of Nakina. Actually, the rivers traditionally produce the biggest Northern Pike. It's not just length that is impressive. Northern Pike in our water system are unusually thick. Huge Monster Pike that just finished a big meal often sun themselves in the shallows near Wild Rice to speed up digestion and they actually look like alligators in the water, thus why Northern Pike fishing fanatics called them Gators.
Below are Northern Pike fishing descriptions for Beteau Lake, Windsor Lake, Richter Lake and Black Birch Lake.
Beteau Lake Northern Pike Fishing
Beteau Lake is a widening of the famous Attawapiskat River and produces the biggest Northern Pike in Ontario without question. There are a number of reasons why:
1) Big water produces big fish. Beteau Lake is a widening of the Attawapiskat River and down stream from Attawapiskat Lake. The Pike have hundreds of miles to roam and hunt down prey. Since the river is stuffed with Walleye, Whitefish, Perch, Suckers and Chub, the Northern Pike have an endless banquet, which is an inexhaustible source of food. They just grow like crazy and get huge.