Mirond Lake has three main species, Walleye, Northern Pike, and Yellow Perch.

 

  

 

 

A picture says a thousand words, and these speak for themselves!!


Walleye are a popular species.  They range in size from 2 to 5 lbs. 

Walleye are a sought after catch, prized for both flavor and quality.

Mirond Lake remains a good walleye lake, and is protected by the Environment and Resource Management together with the Outfitters and the Commercial fisherman with the hope that it will remain so for future generations.

Northern Pike are great fun to catch.  

Average keepers at 3 to 6 lbs with trophies from 10 lbs and up. 

This one was caught August 98.

We have two day-use lakes, Cornelle Lake and Parenteau Lake that are otherwise accessible by flight.

Because they are close to Mirond they can be reached by portage, and save you the cost of the flight.  (We still will arrange a flight for you if you wish to fly in for a day of fishing.)

We are open all year and ice fishing is a great way to enjoy a winters day. 

This photo is of Lake Trout on Parenteau Lake.

Cornelle Lake has the same species as Mirond Lake, Walleye , Northern Pike, and Yellow Perch. 

Cornelle Lake also has two sets of rapids and is a very scenic northern lake.

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