Welcome to Sandy Point Camp
We offer fantastic fishing, exceptional big game hunting and exciting adventures in a remote area of Northwestern Ontario's vast wilderness. We are located on Kawashegamuk Lake, which is one of the most beautiful lakes in Ontario with pristine water and a shore framed with towering pine trees. You will have the opportunity to fish on ten different lakes for walleye, northern pike and lake trout.
Black Bear Hunts are available for Spring and Fall of 2018.
Northern Pike Fishing:
Monster Northern Pike patrol our lakes. Our guests enjoy some of the best Northern Pike Fishing in Northwestern Ontario. It is not just high numbers of pike being caught, it's the presence of many trophies. Northern Pike in the 36" to 45" range are common and because of our conservation policy these pike all get let go to grow larger. Each year we see bigger and bigger Northern Pike being caught and are now seeing them approaching the 50" mark. If you target Northern Pike you are sure to catch a couple over 40" in a week of fishing.
Lake Trout Fishing:
Guests are astounded at the high numbers and large average size of the Lake Trout in our lake. Kawashegamuk Lake and Stormy Lake are the best Lake Trout lakes in our area. Lake Trout can be an elusive fish on some lakes but here 5 to 15 trout per day in the 3 to 5-pound range is common. There are large trout also in the 10 - 15lb range and the occasional approaching 20lbs. We catch them all season, shallow in the springtime to jigging the in the summer. Our trout in the 3-5 lb range are some of the best tasting you will try.
Our outlakes offer great adventures for walleye fishing. Some of the lakes have high numbers of smaller to medium size Walleyes and others are huge trophy Walleye. You can easily catch 20 to 40 Walleyes on an average day with some great days where guests have caught up to 80. There are plenty of eaters and lots of oversize. We release the breeders to insure this great fishing.
Black Bear Hunting:
Black Bear Hunting is a time honored tradition here are Sandy Point Camp. We have a large BMA (Bear Management Area) of prime Black Bear habitat but only take a limited number of hunters each year to ensure a high success rate. The farther north of Lake Superior you travel the bigger the bear get. In our BMA Black Bears are common in the 205 to 350 pound range. On occasion much larger bears are harvested. Our area does sustain a nice color phase population. Both archery and rifle hunters are welcome.