"A great combination of remoteness, affordability and great fishing."
OPENING AUGUST 9TH, 2021!!!
Given we are left with a 6 week season, what few spots that remain on the calendar are filling fast! Please contact us and make your reservations so you too may experience this once in a lifetime opportunity to be on waters and fish that have not been pressured for two years. Trust us when we say our experiences while on the water fishing this year have been incredible!
Please visit our Blog for detailed instructions on what will be required to cross the border into Canada.
The vacation you have been dreaming of!
We offer our guests the best of both worlds by providing your group a remote fishing destination (only accessible by boat or plane) where you will experience outstanding fishing for Walleye, Northern pike, Smallmouth bass, Jumbo perch, Lake Trout and Whitefish without the costs and restrictions associated with a fly-in trip and enjoy it in a true wilderness environment where there are no roads.
Our guests enjoy fishing for all these species from within a 15 minute boat ride from camp, and perhaps best of all, Wabaskang is a very easy lake to learn which means you will not need a guide to catch fish here.
Peffley’s Camp is the perfect fishing AND family vacation retreat for couples and families who want to reconnect with nature and their families. Fully modern, clean and comfortable cabins combined with excellent fishing so close to camp makes our camp a perfect choice for families and kids. If a storm approaches, chances are you are no more than 10-15 minutes away from the safety of your cabin. Get a real windy day and you don’t have to sit in your cabin “wishin you were fishin”, the narrows right out in front of camp (about a 2 minute boat ride) are almost always “fishable” regardless of the wind and produce many, many limits for our guests every year.
During your stay at Peffley’s Canadian Wilderness Camp, I am confident you will enjoy the outstanding fishing, the friendly atmosphere of the camp, the cleanliness of the camp, equipment and accommodations, and of course the scenery, wildlife and serenity of the Canadian wilderness.