Trophy Fishing at Meline’s
Meline’s offers the angler a wide range of fishing services, from fully guided excursions to bring-your-own-boat. We are able to accommodate the needs of just about any angler.
There are lots of fishing camps out there. So what makes us different from the rest?
When you climb onto a boat at our camp, your guide is not just a boat driver, but the owner of the camp… we have a vested interest in making sure your fishing trip is fun and exciting. We’ll do our best to make our guests happy and to make sure we meet their expectations.
Our guides are very experienced, patient and totally equipped with all the tackle you will need for any species. We are very conservation minded and practice selective harvest and live release. We also don’t mind providing a little coaching when needed.
One Day Fly-in Fishing
One day, fly-in trips to different local lakes has become popular with many of our groups. Adventurous anglers can choose a lake with the species of their choice. They like the adventure of a 15 minute float plane trip into a remote lake. With or without a guide these smaller remote lakes see very little fishing pressure and always provide a lot of action. At the end of the day our guests return to the main lodge to rehash the days events and have a hearty meal.
Fishing Sabaskosing Bay
Departing from the main lodge, guests fish their way with their guide towards our comfortable camp site west of Miles Bay. Guests fish 3 days and camp for 2 nights exploring this remote part of Lake of the Woods before returning to the main lodge. Awesome fishing for all species.
Our Conservation Policy
At Meline’s Lodge we realize how important a healthy fishery is for everyone. We spend a lot of time chasing trophies so we understand what it takes to grow them.
We do as much as possible to promote conservation ethics and we prefer our guests to keep Walleyes 18″ and under and Lake Trout 4 lbs and under for eating.
Our guides are all experienced in proper fish handling techniques. Each guide has rubber mesh nets, musky cradles and other modern equipment to prevent any injury to the fish.
We also like to practice selective harvest, which means keeping injured fish which will die anyway, for shore lunch. Click here for Zone 5 fishing regulations.