Head out with the pros to discover some of the best fishing on Manitoulin Island with friendly local guides whose families have fished these waters for countless generations. Choose your adventure: downrigging for Salmon, Rainbow and Lake Trout on Lake Huron surrounding Manitoulin Island or heading out on a flat line adventures for rainbow trout, walleye, northern pike and musky throughout Lake Huron and Manitoulin’s Inland Lakes we guarantee that you will not be disappointed by your time spent with us, no matter whether you are an avid fisherman looking to land a lunker or you’re a first-timer wanting to take the family on a memorable fishing trip.
Journey through the canoe routes of the Anishnaabek People and learn our history whilst taking in the stunning landscapes on a scenic boat tour. During the Spring Rainbow Run, we offer angler special reduced cottage rental rates, and throughout winter you can experience the thrills of ice fishing on a fully guided trip via snowmobile and ATV on Lake Huron or in-land lakes on Manitoulin Island.
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Indigenous respect for the force of winter
The best way to experience the magic of Canada’s winter is with an Indigenous guide at your side. They are intimately familiar with survival techniques that have been passed down through generations and work in close connection with the natural world.Learn More
PLANNING YOUR TRIP
TAKE A DELICIOUS JOURNEY INTO INDIGENOUS CULTURE
Pull up a seat at one of the many Indigenous owned eateries from sea to sea to sea. All across the country, authentic Indigenous chefs and culinary experts are cooking up delicacies that infuse modern recipes with traditional techniques and flair. Here, you’ll find everything from cozy bistros and premade spice mixes to large catering operations and upscale restaurants.
UNIQUE PRODUCTS, AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS QUALITY
Find everything from unique gifts, treasured keepsakes to modern art pieces of epic proportions—lovingly crafted by Indigenous makers and artisans across the country. Every piece, from the smallest bracelets to the largest sculpture, tells a story that transcends generations and the ages. Every purchase you make helps to keep those stories alive.