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Indian Point Camp

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439 Parker Point Road, Dryden, Ontario P8N 2Z3 Canada
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Indian Point Camp is located on the shores of beautiful Wabigoon Lake in Northwestern Ontario. We fish year-round, targeting Northern Pike, Walleye, Muskie, Crappie, Lake Trout, White Fish, Bass and Perch. Specializing in guided and non guided fishing trips on Wabigoon Chain of Lakes, Lac Seul Lake System and many more remote lakes. Accessing almost every Fish species available within our area.
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eva wrote a review Nov 2019
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A week of hunting, the owners are exceptional, welcoming and what to say of bruce he made us laugh Cabin are clean Jen the owner keep the fire going when we hunt November 16 - 23 2019 thank you so much
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Clark A wrote a review Jul 2019
Bloomington, Minnesota1 contribution
I did not stay at Indian Point, but it sure is near some great fishing areas. Their resort boats look very nice. I was fortunate to have booked a day of guided fishing with Simon Baker, who operates out of Indian Point. This guy is dialed into the walleyes on Wabigoon! There was no sitting on a spot waiting for fish. Either you caught fish right away or you zoomed over to the next spot. I caught more walleyes in one day since a Lake Erie trip in the late 80's. I go to the "Goon" for muskies, but what I learned from him will pretty much get me a couple walleye dinners and my limit to bring home in very little muskie down time on future trips. Wabigoon sure isn't your typical western Ontario shield lake, and Simon knows it's secrets. Very little fishing pressure compared to Eagle. It was a pleasure to spend a day in his boat, which included many laughs. Next year I will fish Lac Seul with him, to knock that body of water off my bucket list.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Paul M wrote a review Jul 2019
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I have been to IPC 12 times over the past 13 years and this year was our best experience. A new management has bought the camp and the transition has been smooth, efficient and professional. Whether you are a fisherman looking for Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Perch or Crappie or if you are a der or Bear hunter you will be pleased with the experie3nce. Our group is only fisherman and lasts year and this year we hooked up with an outstanding guide in Simon Baker, Simon know2s Lake Wabigoon inside and out. He know the habits of the fishery in all seasons and despite the mid July heat took us to some reefs where hungry Walleye were congregated. He also guides on some other outstanding lakes such as Lac Seul .On two evenings he guided us to reefs where the walleye go on a feeding frenzy after the sun sets. On the first visit 2 of us caught 57 walleye in 60 mins and on the other evening 3 of us caught 75 in one hour.FOr our 2019 trip we all caught more Walleye then we have caught in the past 12 years combined Lake Wabigoon is a hugh lake and if you do not know it, it will be well worth your time to hie a guide such as Simon for a day or two.to contact Simon for a guiding reservation, contact him thru the camp
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Response from N D, Owner at Indian Point Camp
Responded Jul 28, 2019
Thank you very much Paul :)
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tdolly2 wrote a review Jun 2019
Mishawaka, Indiana59 contributions4 helpful votes
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Outstanding week of fishing at Indian Point Camp! This is my fourth trip with our group and our first time spending it at IPC! The owners Nigel and Jenn were so friendly and accommodating. It was such a family atmosphere with their whole family involved. The cabins were clean, and just great. They have a general store, and a lodge area to watch TV, snack, and just hang out complete with coffee, or other drinks. Tuesday nights they have a fish fry for the entire camp free of charge! The fishing was out of this world! We can’t wait to return next year.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Michael Bohman wrote a review Jun 2019
Milwaukee, Wisconsin5 contributions
Camp was awesome. Nigel and Jenn were very welcoming and took the time to get to know us on our stay. Fishing was super and the bear hunts were successful. Simon is such a talent and was a blast to fish with. Indian Point was a perfect place to stay. Will be back for 2020!!! Maybe twice. Thanks
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from N D, Owner at Indian Point Camp
Responded Jun 9, 2019
Thank you, your amazing people we really enjoyed having you! See you in 2020.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Indian Point Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Indian Point Camp?
Nearby attractions include Aaron Provincial Park (2.4 miles), Naked North (2.5 miles), and Dryden & District Museum (2.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Indian Point Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and kids activities.
Is parking available at Indian Point Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Indian Point Camp?
Conveniently located restaurants include Masala Restaurant, The Riverview Lodge, and Patricia Inn Family Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at Indian Point Camp?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.