Did you know that there are some remote Ontario fly-in fishing lodges that can be accessed by alternate modes of transportation other than an aircraft?
Enjoying the view through the window of a float plane makes flying the ultimate way to travel into a fishing destination. However, it comes at a cost. The price tag on that fly-in luxury is the main reason it’s still on the bucket list for many anglers.
But what if you could have the all-round experience of a fly-in, but at a more affordable price?
Well, you can—without ever leaving the ground. The destination is Northern Ontario’s Algoma Country, where you can catch the Algoma Passenger Rail Service in Sault Ste. Marie, or the Via Rail out of Sudbury.
Believe it or not, these rail services can take you to a number of fishing lodges within the 28,000 square kilometre wilderness. That’s right, a “train-in” angling adventure.
So if you’re looking to escape to a dream fishing trip and the price tag of a fly-in is the only thing holding you back, then maybe a Train-In experience is the perfect choice for you.
Just one more reason to Go Fish In Ontario.