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We've been going to Lake Charlton for 20 years and will continue to go as this is the most beautiful Northern location I've been to in my life. The 3-lake chain is very sparsely populated, the water is exquisite, the rock walls and cliffs are...More
We thought this would be our last family vacation year for a while as we have 4 teenagers, but after staying here they all want to do it again next year! The camp was very clean and they had everything we needed right there. My...More
We had a great two weeks at Charlton Lake Camp! This is a great place to get some peace and quiet in a beautiful setting, and to venture out and explore an incredible part of the world. We got lots of time to relax in...More
Thank Kat B
Response from clclori, Owner at Charlton Lake CampResponded 7 September 2014
You're just what we needed too......wonderful guests! Thank you for the opportunity to be your hosts!
This year our family of 2 adults and 2 teens stayed for 10 nights, our second visit to this lovely camp. The facility is in a very scenic and peaceful area in the La Cloche mountains, uniquely beautiful. We now understand why the famous Canadian...More
Thank Risa R
Response from clclori, Owner at Charlton Lake CampResponded 30 August 2014
It was wonderful to have you as guests and we're already looking forward to seeing you next August!
My wife and I just returned from a week at Charlton Lake Camp. It was stormy and cold most of the week but we still had a great time. By leaving our car on the other side of the river it was like we were...More
Thank Bruce L
Response from clclori, Owner at Charlton Lake CampResponded 21 August 2014
What great coverage of what we're all about!
The weather this year has been so crazy, I think the fish are mixed up too. I agree, fishing left a lot to be desired last week. But fishing, along with the weather has improved this week...More
Hello. Pike like to ambush their prey, so they hide in reeds, and quiet coves. This time of year they like shallow waters as they warm better in the sun. They are aggressive hunters, and like to hit Mepps and spoons... More
Hello. Pike like to ambush their prey, so they hide in reeds, and quiet coves. This time of year they like shallow waters as they warm better in the sun. They are aggressive hunters, and like to hit Mepps and spoons. Rapala's are also quite effective. Bring a good line of at least 10lb test, and certainly steel leaders as they bite through the line quite often with their sharp teeth. Bring a good filet knife and a smaller one also if you wish to remove the pesky Y-bone.
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