Fishing Lodges, Resorts and Lake Information
Walleye and Pike Fishing on Ahmic Lake
In the early 20th century, several fishing camps were established on Ahmic Lake, including Cedar Croft, contributing to the area’s historical significance. The lake is also known for housing two prominent swimming camps, Camp Chikopi and Camp Ak-O-Mak. Chikopi, the world’s first competitive swim camp, is located directly across from Camp Ak-O-Mak, and traveling by water between these two camps involves paddling past Rocky Reef. These camps have played a vital role in the local economy, particularly in the small town of Ahmic Harbour, located at the tip of the small bay of Ahmic Lake along Highway 124.
The fish species found in Ahmic Lake are diverse, making it an excellent spot for anglers. The lake is home to Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Whitefish, Rainbow Smelt, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Crappie, Rock Bass, and Pickerel. This variety of fish species adds to the appeal of Ahmic Lake as a fishing destination, offering anglers a chance to catch different types of fish in a single location