Williams Lake is a large body of water of 9600 acres with numerous bays and feeder streams, abounding with structure for excellent fish habitat. The three large areas of water, connected by three narrows are like three lakes, each with its own peculiarity. 98 km of shoreline and 50 islands make for an exceptional experience.
The abundant walleye have perfect living conditions, with excellent food sources in and around the underwater structure, ranging in depth from 5 to 50 feet. Northern pike thrive in the mouths of the feeder streams which empty their nutrient-laden waters into the main lake. A short boat ride to any of the nearby protected bays will put you on walleye.
Guests love the structure this lake provides with so many different ways to get on fish. The character of the cabin makes it a frequently requested outpost to go with the great fishing.