Kabinakagami Lake Northern Ontario Fishing Lodge Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch and Whitefish

Kabinakagami Lake Northern Ontario Fishing Lodge

Ontario FishingRemotely located on Kabinakagami, we at Watson's Kaby Lodge operate as a 'fly-in only' Northern Ontario fishing lodge that invites our guests to experience the wilderness vacation of a lifetime. Kaby Lodge is located 60 miles north of Wawa in Northern Ontario on the southern end of Kabinakagami Lake. With over 140 islands, 'Big Kaby Lake' covers over 30,802 acres. The average water depth is 20-24 ft. deep with deeper channels in certain areas which is ideal for the fishing enthusiast.

Spring quickly changes to summer in this northern climate, with dramatic flourishes of vegetation both in and around Kaby's waters. The Walleye and Pike head out into the big lakes many bays and inlets where fishermen and women continue their pursuit of the "Big One". Big Kaby's fishing resources are extensive and our efforts to ensure the long term viability of our resource is exemplified by our promotion of conservation endeavors, primarily by our promotion of the Conservation Fishing License, which we can supply for the licensing fee. While we, as a government approved License issuer, also provide the opportunity for guests to purchase the higher limit Sports license for those who wish to take home the larger possession limit, find the majority of our guests also recognize the benefits of conservation.


Kabinakagami Lake Fly In Fishing

Ontario FishingKabinakagami Lake, known as "Big Kaby" is renowned as a fishing mecca by those who have been. Fantastic lake fishing for Walleye and Northern Pike is complimented by great fishing for Yellow Perch as well as Whitefish. Big Kaby is 25 miles long with 30,802 acres of pristine fresh water and is one of the headwaters for the extensive watershed flowing northward into Hudson Bay. Accessible only by air, Big Kaby's resources are well suited to the species found in our region.


Kabinakagami Lake Northern Pike Fishing

Ontario FishingWith ice out in early May, the big Northern Pike can be found in the shallow bays and submerged remains of last years weedbeds. Large females can easily be seen as they spawn in these shallows immediately following iceout. Multiple smaller males can be found pursuing these females. Keep in mind that "smaller" is a relative term since many of these females can exceed 40 to 45 inches in length. Fishing for these brutes is a source of heart pounding excitement. Mainly large spoons and minnow type baits cranked as deep as possible in these shallow waters can elicit wild charges and screaming reels as they take almost anything offered. Post spawn, these fresh water behemoths are into a big time feed to refuel their depleted resources after a long winter under the ice.


Kabinakagami Lake Walleye Fishing

Ontario FishingShortly there after the Big lake's Walleye enter into a similar ritual of reproduction, mainly in the many rivers and streams which flow into Big Kaby. Though they prefer the flowing waters, Big Kaby's Walleye will also spawn on the many shoals and beach approaches found throughout the lake. The third Saturday of May heralds the opening of Walleye fishing on Kabinakagami Lake. The guests of Watson's Kaby Lodge begin to arrive on the Friday preceding to establish themselves for the big opener by warming up with a day of Pike fishing. The opener typically will have the Walleye finishing their spawn and heading back out into the lake voracious for whatever presents itself. Early season Walleye will target mainly flashy spinners and bright jigs and tails presented with a slower movement. These predators are still somewhat lethargic with the cold spring waters. Spring's bright sun quickly warms Big Kaby's relatively shallow waters. With depths averaging 20 to 25 feet of deep tea colored water, the warmth of the sun soon begins elevating the cool temperatures. As the water temperature increases and the season progresses all the species found begin a ritual of heavy feeding resulting in the fantastic fishing we are famous for.


Northern Ontario fly in Fishing Lodge

Ontario FishingAs a family business who has grown up in the wonderful Kaby Lake area and have represented our blessing to our many long term repeat guests, we welcome new friends to check us out and come enjoy the opportunities that await on Big Kaby Lake.

At Kaby Lodge we pride ourselves on all the amenities and guest services we have to offer. You will find our dining room inviting and enjoy all of our delicious home cooked meals and extensive salad bar. At the sports shop we stock a wide variety of sundries. Fish storage, boats and equipment are all available just to name a few. Guides are also available with advance booking to help in your journey.


Join us for an amazing Northern Ontario fishing experience!