Red Cedar Lake is one of the best-kept Walleye fishing secrets in northeastern Ontario. Most people heading north of North Bay focus on roadside lakes that are over-fished; never realizing they are passing a pristine Walleye lake that has the best fishing in the entire region. Red Cedar Lake is located west of the Village of Marten River, with our camp being one of the few access points.
There are a lot of factors determining your Walleye fishing success on this lake. Knowing effective Walleye fishing tactics and techniques for different weather conditions and water structure is essential. Red Cedar Lake is a huge lake with 83 miles of shoreline encompassing almost 6000 acres of fertile water. It's fed by the Marten River and the Temagami River along with small creeks and feeder streams. Near our camp are a few privately owned cottages and once you get past them you are entering into a very remote wilderness lake that looks like any lake 500 miles farther north. Parts of the lake are very remote and beautiful.