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Northern Pike Fishing on Lake Kipawa, Quebec:

Chalets du Huard is located at the edge of Lake Kipawa, on an unimaginably vast tract of crown land. It's glacial origin has left this huge lake with very diverse features and the surrounding land a patchwork of back lakes, Canadian shield rock caps, and marshes. Many shallow, weedy bays can be found along the main lake's 1200 miles/2000 km plus of shoreline, ideal for Northern Pike fishing. The nearly untouched ecosystem of the area supports a robust food chain and gives ravenous pike plenty to eat.



Many a monster has been documented here at Chalets du Huard. Specimens average from 30 to 36 inches, and typically weigh from 3 to 15 pounds. Anglers can reasonably expect to bring in 2 or 3 in this range every day, and if you have the patience to filet them, up to 6 are allowed. True gators, those great trophy captures, have been reported as large as 46 inches, 28 pounds. One of our guests even caught one near this size in our very own bay, within sight of his cabin!


It is often said that Northern Pike, vicious hunters and gluttons that they are, will eat just about anything. This leaves you a multitude of different lures to choose from when putting together your tackle box. We find lures that mimic perch and shad minnows work well, more specifically diving jerkbait with neutral buoyancy. You never know, though, one of our guests had the absurd luck to hook a big beast of a pike while jigging for walleye with a 1/8 oz jig. Maybe they really will eat anything! Whether you feel like trolling up and down the shallows of Barbato Bay, or casting and retrieving along the shore in weedy Wolf Bay, this is a great place to come hunt some massive Northern Pike.


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