Upper Pichogan

Upper Pichogan is a cozy log cabin that is situated in the Chapleau Game Preserve. It features excellent walleye and northern fishing in the main lake. Another walleye and northern lake are accessible from this location.

The Camp

This cozy one room log cabin is situated in a substantial open yard. It features hot and cold running water with a separate shower building and is wired with a generator for lights and to charge your electronic devices. There are 8 HP motors and a boat for every two guests.

Upper Pichogan has one portage to Jack Lake that is approximately a ten-minute walk. There is a boat and motor for more walleye and northern fishing. Northern Pike up to 40 inches have been caught here.

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Fish in this Lake

For a small lake Upper Pichogan produces larger than average walleye, up to 28 inches. Northern are plentiful throughout the lake ranging from 25 to 30 inches.

Northern Pike


Lake Structure

Upper Pichogan has numerous shallow weedy bays and relatively clear water. The lake is approximately 35 feet deep and has a rocky mud bottom.

Lake Size:

2 miles x 1/3 mile – 350 acres

Camp Location

Upper Pichogan

Sleeps: 2-4 people
Lake Name: Upper Pichogan Lake

Camp Details


2-4 people

Arrival and Departure Notes:

This camp is a Sunday to Sunday lake. Shorter trips can be arranged as long as you arrive or depart on a Sunday.

Camp Accessibility:

Access from the dock to the camp is a very easy path.

Number of Camps on this Lake:


Distance to Base:

60 miles

Portages to Other Lakes: