At the end of a great day of northern pike fishing and smallmouth bass fishing in Canada, it is nice to come back to a comfortable log cabin.
Our cabins are considered "lady friendly". This means they are modernized with hot/cold water, electricity, bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens, and nice beds.
We have five log cabins and one frame cabin that can sleep from two to eight people. To give you "an old-time Canadian wilderness experience", we spent considerable monies modernizing our 60 plus year old log cabins.
The cabins contain framed art, metal artwork lamps, tapestries, and some animal skin rugs and fish mounts to add to the feel of a wilderness cabin. Guests comment that our grounds are prettier and better maintained than the provincial parks. Our grounds are the most picturesque of any in the region. Come see the beauty of Pine Cliff Lodge.
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Porterhouse Steaks – Cornish Hens – Danish Baby Back Ribs
On your Ontario Canada fishing trip, you have choices when it comes to meals. All of our cabins have full kitchens and you may choose to bring up your own groceries and cook your own meals under the "Housekeeping Plan".
You may choose to join us in the Lodge for your evening meals under the "Evening Meal Plan".
Meals served at our Ontario fishing lodge are home cooking served family style. No other Ontario fishing lodge serves a 20oz Porterhouse Steak, Cornish Game Hens the size of a chicken or all–you-can-eat Danish Baby Back Ribs.
It is not just about quantity because your host, Kaylene, ensures the quality at each meal that our guests have come to expect.
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The Dream Canadian Fishing Trip
When you choose Pine Cliff Lodge, you get an Ontario fishing lodge on a beautiful remote drive-to lake, where it is easy to catch trophy size fish while northern pike fishing or smallmouth bass fishing, with great boats, nice log cabin, meals you will boast to friends about when you get home, and a very reasonable price. This is the Ontario fishing lodge where your Canadian fishing dreams can come true.
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Master Angler and Trophy Fish List
In 2014 our guests caught & released 1330 trophies compared to 1049 trophies in 2013. At our lodge we ask our guests to keep a record of their catches that qualify as Trophy and Master Angler size fish. In 2012, our guests caught and released 879 trophies. In 2010, our guests caught and released 748 trophies. The largest northern pike in 2010 was 48" and caught by first-time guest, Fred Shadrick of Michigan. The largest smallmouth bass in 2010 was 23" and caught by first-time guest and a fly-fisherman, Warren Phillips of Maryland. Their big fish and other guests with big fish are listed in this website to give you an idea of the quality fishing available at our Ontario fishing lodge. To get in on all the trophy fish action come visit us for a trip of a lifetime in Ontario.
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You're ready to book a trip, but you do not know when you want to come up; what do you do? If you are concerned with the weather, look at our section and find out what the normal temperatures are for the time you are considering. You will find the temperatures are usually very nice and you have a great chance to escape the heat. Note that most of the summer it averages about 75 degrees and consistent weather generally means consistent fishing. Look at our sections on Northern Pike Fishing and Smallmouth Bass Fishing to learn about the differences in making a trip in the spring, summer, or late summer and fall. In these sections you will learn when these species spawn, when northern pike move to weed beds, when smallmouth bass can be caught on top-water, when smallmouth bass move to deep water, what lures work best on Sandybeach Lake, and more helpful information on fishing at our Ontario fishing lodge.