Fishing at Rowdy Lake Camp
The camp is located on Rowdy Lake which is part of the Sturgeon River system. On the North end of the lake majestic Sydney Falls flows in creating magnificent scenery and spectacular fishing. You don’t know if your next cast will be a trophy walleye or monster pike. The north end of the lake is dotted with several islands, lots of bays and creeks providing a great fish habit. The southern part of the lake winds around with more islands and is the deepest part of the lake. Here you will find more lake trout and lots of walleye and pike. To the far west end of the lake another beautiful waterfalls called Chavel Falls enters the lake. This scenic cascading falls is a magnet for fish. Please see our 8 remote walk-in lakes for more fishing options.
1/8 – 1/4 oz. lead head jigs –colors (plain, pink, chartreuse) – quantity 50
3” power grubs- colors (white, chartreuse) – quantity 25
Northern Pike Fishing
Spinner baits – colors (white, chartreuse)
¾ oz. five of diamonds spoons
¾ oz. daredevil spoons
2-3 deep trolling baits (dive 15-20 ft.) example: shad raps, wally divers, silver redeye spoons, countdown baits
5-6” gaylen twister tails (white)
buzz baits – top water
zara spooks – top water
3/8 oz lead head jigs- colors (pink and white)
1 oz. white hair jigs
3” salty tube baits- (white)
Also a #1 or #2 barrel swivel is needed
Fly Fishing For Pike
White streamers – 3-4”
Yellow/Red streamers – 3-4”
Rods and Reels (Spin or Comparable Bait Casting Outfits)
Walleye and Lake Trout Fishing
5 ½ – 6 ½ ft rods, light to medium action
6-8 lb test line with 125-200 yards capacity
6-7 ft rods, medium to heavy action.
12-20 lb. test line with 125-200 yards capacity
8-9 wt. Rods and fly line. Floating fly lines and sinking lines.
6-7 ft. leaders and a 20-30 lb. shock tippet or wire leader.
Please remember to go barbless or bend your barbs down, especially on your treble hooks.