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The fish­ing sea­son runs from mid­may to early Oc­to­ber, with June be­ing the sweet spot for walleyes, pike, and brook trout.

Start plan­ning your trip by get­ting in touch with the fol­low­ing lodges that op­er­ate along the rail line. Per-per­son pack­age rates given below are for the Amer­i­can Plan (room and three full meals provided) and House­keep­ing Plan (room only). Rates are for a three-night stay, though prices vary slightly de­pend­ing on whether you’re trav­el­ing from White River or Sud­bury; the vary­ing train ar­rival and de­par­ture times will af­fect fish­ing time. Check in with the lodges as your itin­er­ary un­folds.

LODGE EIGHTY-EIGHT

lodgeeight­yeight.com; $1,159/$999

MAR MAC LODGE

mar­ma­clodge.com; $1,132/$973

CAMP ES­NAGI

campes­nagi.com/ ac­com­mo­da­tions; $660/$640

LOCH IS­LAND LODGE

lochis­land.com; $820/$490

Buy your train tick­ets on the White River-sud­bury line at VIA Rail Canada (viarail.com). Two-way fares will range from be­tween

$40 and $110, de­pend­ing on your start­ing point.

To get a sense of other op­por­tu­ni­ties in the re­gion, check out al­go­ma­coun­try.com.

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