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Harris Hill Resort – Lake of the Woods

Harris Hill Resort – Lake of the Woods

Ontario Hunting & Fishing in Ontario on Lake of the Woods

Enjoy year round vacations at our drive-in lakeshore lodge with modern lakeview cabins, lakeside RV sites, excellent Fishing, exciting Ice Fishing, incredible Hunting, outstanding Bird Watching, beautiful sunsets, bountiful wildlife, sightseeing adventures. The photo opportunities, outdoor and ecotourism adventures are memories to last a lifetime!

We welcome you to come share our love of peace and quiet

We are secluded – which makes it peaceful, but we are not isolated – which makes all amenities available for your enjoyment.

Come visit us for the best Ontario Walleye Fishing! Walleye are plentiful, from good eating sizes right up to trophies over 30 inches. We are just a short distance from major Walleye spawning areas too. The population of Walleye stays high in our area all year, which makes this area very popular for Ontario Ice Fishing too.

Along the shore and around the rocks and reefs are countless Smallmouth Bass that are common in the 2 to 4 pound range. Our guests catch alot of Smallmouth Bass that are 5 pounds and over with a few 6-pound Smallmouth Bass being caught occasionally.

Walleye, Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike are our biggest fishing attractions here, although Lake of the Woods also produces excellent fishing for Muskie (Musky), Crappie, Sauger and Perch. Our guides can show you all the fishing hot spots! Walleye are the most popular game fish though,as their mild fillets are prized for shore lunches.

Northern Pike are common in the 5 to 10 pound range but Lake of the Woods does produce Northern Pike up to 30-pounds and more. They enjoy the weed beds along the extensive shoreline.

Lake of the Wood’s true fame comes from the presence of Monster-Size Musky. Muskies over 50 inches are not uncommon and every year Muskie in the 50-pound range are caught & released. Lake of the Woods could easily be the lake that produces the next World Record.

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