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On Nungesser Lake, Headwaters of the Nungesser, Little Vermillion, Red, Gull Rock Chain.

Fly-in Quality fishing without the expense or limitations of a Fly-in.

Some of the BEST Trophy Pike and Walleye Fishing in Ontario

Angler’s Kingdom is first and foremost a sport fishing camp, NOT a big, fancy, busy 5 star resort with all the extra activity of such an operation. Our guests catching the fish of their dreams is our number one priority. Trophy pike and Walleye is what we’re all about. Deep in the Canadian wilderness beyond the highways 30 miles north of the town of Red Lake in Northwestern Ontario.

Remember the fishing your grandfather told you about? Well this fantastic Catch and Release Trophy Walleye & Pike fishing can be reached by boat and portage without the expense of flying. The portage is short & easy via ATV across our private 300 yard boardwalk.

However our portage acts like a gate allowing only limited fishing pressure on the remote unspoiled waters of Nungesser Lake.

Fly-in Quality fishing without the expense or limitations of a Fly-in.

Trophy Walleye and Northern Pike Fishing

Ontario’s Top Fishing Destination

“Come up for a world class northern experience of your very own “
Kevin Geary

Best Ontario Walleye Fishing

Nungesser is an extremely productive dark water lake containing phenomenal numbers of 15” –19” Walleye. Most guests will catch hundreds during their stay. 150 -200 per day is not uncommon at all.  Nungesser lake produces more 4-12lb walleye (24” –32”) than any lake I’ve fished including hundreds of fly-in lakes. I’ve fished remote fly-in fishing lakes that produced more 32”-40” Pike. But I haven’t fished any lake with as many high end Trophy Pike, (over 45 and up to 52 inches). (Pike in the 25 to 35lb range.)

In each of our first 13 years (2005 -2019) ten pound walleye (30 “ range) and 30 pound pike (50 “ range) were caught and released. To date the largest walleye was 32 inches the largest pike 54 inches. The largest pike caught in 2009 was 49 inches, it was very very thick and likely over 35 pounds.

If your looking for numbers of 12- 18lb pike there are better lakes to try. If you want a true Trophy Pike in the 45-50 inch range then your looking at the right place. Don’t get me wrong – not every guest will catch a pike over 45 inches but I believe your odds are better here than anywhere I’ve fished. I’ve been fortunate enough to have fished over 300 of the best walleye and pike lakes in Canada. Approximately 70% of our guests report catching the largest fish of their lives.

Nungesser Lake – A cut above!

Nungesser Lake is the head water of the entire Gull Rock lake, Red lake, Little Vermillion lake and Nungesser lake chain. Nungesser is about 25 miles long. It has many areas over 25 feet deep with several sections over 50 feet deep.

This website is designed to assist you in your fishing adventure before you even leave home. Please look around for instructional articles on fishing, detailed lists of recommended tackle and suggested items to bring. You’ll find our contour map of the lake and maps on how to reach us. Check our 2005 thru 2008 photo albums and our 2009 thru 2019 current fishing reports for thousands of photos and fishing reports from our first 10 seasons.



Outfitted with top of the line sonar units with 9” screen,down imaging, CHIRP and GPS. 25 watt Radios and first class anchoring systems. Of course livewells, minnow wells, bilge pumps, nice comfortable seats and trolling motors!

A few steps from you cottage door await your 18 to 20 foot Lund Outfitter or Pro V with a 60 – 130hp Honda motor. Few if any remote camps provide equipment of this quality!

Walleye and Pike Fishing Lodge


Angler’s Kingdom is not a large fancy five star resort.

Anglers Kingdom is a small, clean, comfortable, and family owned fishing camp. We provide modern accommodations and equipment in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.

We can accommodate up to 40 guests in six comfortable lakeside cabins. However we intentionally limit groups to an average of 20.

walleye cabin cottage

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