267 Lonepine Rd, Wabigoon, ON P0V 2W0, Canada
267 Lonepine Rd Wabigoon ON
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5 Star Northwest Ontario Fishing Lodge | Huber’s Lone Pine Lodge
Huber’s Lone Pine Lodge is one of only three five star lodges in Northwest Ontario. Rated #1 in the world for combined Muskie/Walleye Fishing!
Trevor Prater said 3 years ago
We stayed for 4 days in a cabin at Huber's. Our guide Steve took us out the first day and cooked us a great shore lunch with the fish we caught that morning. Had a great time fishing the whole week. The best part about the place might be the restaurant though. Delicious German food! Be sure to save room for dessert!
Ryan Stahlbaum said 5 years ago
Great place to fish and they have a great restaurant on Site. Cabin aren't the newest but very homey
Shane Sauve said 7 years ago
Best home dressing ever
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