Cobham River Fishing Report
July 11, 2022

The fishing at Cobham River Lodge is off the hook! We have been experiencing the best fishing we’ve had all year over the past few days and our anglers have been keeping our dock staff very busy. Even though it was only a five-day trip, our last group up broke this season’s record for northern pike caught with a fly rod at 48.61 inches! Wow!

Walleye anglers are still finding most success on the rocky points, fishing standard depths between 8 and 12 feet, and the average size being brought in sits at around 18 inches. It was nice to see the cut turn on this week as well with a great mixture of pike and walleye being caught around 12 feet!

The weed line has stayed consistent out in the bays as well as at our local hot spot just across from the lodge (Grandpa’s Bay). Out on the reefs we have been finding walleye of all sizes around the outer edges. The Interlake continue to produce large pike and we have also enjoyed a big improvement in walleye fishing this week… always a nice treat!

Northern Pike caught in Canada

The forecast is looking bright in the coming days, moderate North West wind. We should have comfortable conditions on our waters and perfect t-shirt weather. Bring your sunscreen and shades!

The season is just past the midpoint and we are focused on finishing off strong. The fishing continues to improve week after week, and we are all excited to wake up to see what trophies guests will catch each day. All of the crew here are excited for the next group of guests and look forward to seeing familiar faces at the lodge. If you are on your way up for the first time, prepare to be blown out of the water because this is as good as it gets!

Hope to see you soon!

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