Hwy 502 is closed

Due to heavy rain, Hwy 502 between Hwy 11 East and Dryden, ON is closed due to a section washed out. The repairs will be done when the water goes down. The alternate route to Woman River Camp is to go West on Hwy 11 out of Fort Frances to Hwy 71. Take it north… Read more »

Fishing trips – Woman River Camp has a few dates still available

Woman River Camp has a pretty busy summer ahead of us. For those of you still wishing to come north to Canada fishing or hunting, here are our remaining dates. Take advantage of our summer stimulus. Book now and save 10% on all week long fishing trips! June 26 – July 3 July 3 -… Read more »

Ontario Walleye Opener Fishing Report and Travel Info

Our Ontario Walleye Opener was absolutely fantastic at Woman River Camp! We have had an abnormally warm spring up here in Northwestern, Ontario Canada. No snow on the opener like last year. Instead temperatures were above 20C/ 70F all week long with a few days breaking 30C / 80F! I made it out for a… Read more »

Spring Trophy Northern Pike and more Pleasure Craft Operator Card info

I am heading to camp to check on ice conditions and how soon our Spring Trophy Northern Pike fishing will be happening!   Check out Northern Pike Fishing Canada Style on our YouTube page.  I can’t wait to be landing a bunch of these monsters! I have had lot’s of conversations regarding the new Pleasure Craft… Read more »

Spring Cleaning has commenced!

We made a quick trip up to Woman River Camp last wednesday.  The road in was in pretty good shape.  Looks like the logging company has built up a few areas with more gravel.  Camp was also in good shape with little winter damage.  We were able to do some brush cutting in front of… Read more »

Fishing and Hunting Spring Specials

Spring is almost here at Woman River Camp  in Northwestern Ontario Canada!  The ice is going out and the spring fishing is just around the corner.  Check out our specials and remaining openings! Spring Specials    Springtime is a special time of year for us in the north.  Even though the past few springs have felt… Read more »