This chain of lakes consists of 9 lakes and almost 30 miles of shorelines to fish. Muskie, walleye and lake trout are the primary species of fish. Anglers also catch smallmouth bass and perch too, but they are secondary.
It is known as one of the better drive to muskie destinations for numbers and there are some bigger fish in the upper 40 inch range too. You won’t find as many 50 inch fish here as nearby Eagle Lake, but your chances of catching a muskie are much higher here than most lakes in Ontario.
If you’re looking to target lake trout, Forest Lake, Boulder Lake and Little Boulder Lakes are the lakes you should target. The deeper waters hold good numbers of trout.