Lake Kabinakagami

Located about 70 miles north of Wawa, Ontario, Lake Kabinakagami is known for its northern pike, walleye, whitefish and yellow perch fishing. Often referred to as Lake or Big Kaby, this fly-in lake is 25 miles long and 13 miles wide, covering approximately 30,000 acres. Lake Kaby is located along the Kabinakagami River and is part of the James Bay drainage basin.

A rather shallow lake, averaging between 20 and 25 feet deep, Lake Kaby begins to warm with the warm spring sun. Deep tea colored water, as the temperature of the water rises, the number and variety of fish species found also increases. And as many know, this results in the fishing Lake Kaby is so well known for.

Lake Kaby is especially active during the summer months. Not only does the amount of fish flourish during the summer months, but so does the vegetation surrounding the water. For this reason, we have many fishermen and women who spend hours upon hours in pursuit of catching “The Big One.”

In addition to the plentiful fishing, Lake Kaby also offers great wilderness opportunities. Whether you’re interested in swimming, canoeing, kayaking, or just taking in the beautiful scenery, you’ll have a wonderful time relaxing in northern Ontario. In fact, if you’re into taking photographs, you’ll surely capture one of our many species, which include various birds, waterfowls, eagles and ospreys.

If you’re interested in spending a week or weekend with us at Lake Kaby, please contact us today to book a stay.

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