Bay Wolf Camp is located on the shore of West Shiningtree Lake in the hamlet of Shining Tree. This region of north east Ontario is an accessible wilderness area attracting sportsmen from all over the United States and Canada. We keep boats on Ten lakes for the convenience of our guests. Our guests can literally fish a different lake each day of the week with the choice of fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Splake, Perch and Whitefish. All lakes in this area are on public land, but it is not uncommon to fish all day without seeing another boat.
We pride ourselves in providing clean and modern accommodations, fully equipped with private 3 or 4 piece washrooms. We have 3 two bedroom cottages, 1 three bedroom cottage, 1 two bedroom suite (with two 4 piece washrooms) and 1 three bedroom suite (with one 4 piece and one 3 piece washroom). Our "all inclusive" fishing packages include modern housekeeping accommodations, boats & motors, outboard gas & oil, boating accessories, bait, freezer service and all taxes.
Our combination Small Game-Fishing Package is the ideal choice for the late season sportsman. Vary your day, hunting during the crisp morning and cool evening hours and fishing in the mid-day warmth. You can take our combination package from September 15th to the end of October.
Bear Hunting Package includes one week hunt, modern housekeeping accommodations, baited sites & orientation, tracking and recovery and all taxes. Our Bear Management Area consists of 80 square miles of wilderness, some areas rarely or never hunted and the black bear population in this area continues to thrive. We have sites suitable for archery, rifle, shotgun and muzzle loading hunters. For an additional cost, we offer the Fishing Package with the Bear Hunt.
Open May - Oct, Play Area, General Store, House keeping Cottages
Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Splake, Perch and Whitefish, Fishing, Bear and Small Game Hunting
Bay Wolf Camp
Shining Tree, Ontario