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Brook Trout Fishing:
Brook Trout, also known as the Speckled Trout by most Canadians, is the most beautiful trout species on Earth and definitely the best tasting. They can also be one of the most elusive fish because their feeding habits are greatly affected by weather and changes in air pressure.

We have 3 small stream fed lakes a short drive north of Cozy Camp where the Brook Trout fishing is excellent all year! If we have had a few days of stable weather, the fishing is outstanding. You just have to time it right. We take you and a boat to this tranquil setting for a day of solitude and excitement! A day of Brook Trout fishing one of these crystal clear little lakes in a boat or a canoe can be blast! Brook Trout are common in the 8-inch to 13-inch range, perfect for pan frying. Guests do bring in 23-inch long Brook Trout, that are considered a trophy fish by many people and depending on the girth, could be between 3 and 4 pounds. When you have a brookie on your line get ready for a show! They dive and dance like no other fish!

Lake Trout Fishing:
Just a 5 minute drive from Cozy Camp is Cecil Lake, for some outstanding Lake Trout fishing. They are common in the 3 to 8-pound range. Throughout the summer, Lakers around the 15-pound mark are caught and released with the occasional 20-pounder being caught. On an average day a Lake Trout hunter can catch between 10 and 20 Lake Trout, which by trout catching standards, is considered extremely good.

Cecil Lake has a drive-in boat launch so you can use your own boat or use our 16-foot Lund fishing boats with 15 hp Johnson motors. If you have never caught a Lake Trout but always wanted to, here is your chance. In the spring these feisty fish can be caught in shallow bays in 5' of water. As summer progresses & the water temperatures rise they will gradually move into deeper water. Because there are only two 80' foot holes in Cecil Lake, they are very easy to locate & a blast to bring up from these depths.

Splake Fishing:
Just a short drive from Cozy Camp is Hakli Lake. Hakli Lake is a local secret that holds a rare gem, which most fisherpersons have never seen or caught. We cannot divulge its location on the Internet but we can tell you that Hakli Lake has Splake!!

A Splake is a rare hybrid of the Brook Trout and the Lake Trout. The Splake has a flat tail and red fins with a prominent white stripe on the fins like a Brook Trout but has the head and skin markings, which are similar to a Lake Trout. The Splake also has white gums like a Lake Trout while Brook Trout usually have black gums like a salmon.

Splake get big like a Lake Trout but their meat is red and lean and tastes more like a Brook Trout. Splake is considered to be right up their with Brook Trout as the best tasting trout in the world.

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