Kayedon Lake camp is a 3 bedroom log cabin, which sleeps 12, with hot and cold running water and shower, solar lighting and wired for generator use. All outposts are fully equipped with pots, pans, dishes, cutlery, utensils, stove-top coffee makers and wood burning stoves for heat.
Kayedon Lake, being downstream from Ogoki Lake and on the Ogoki River system, has unlimited opportunities for those anglers that wish to explore hundreds of miles of lily pads and grassy bays for enormous northern pike and endless opportunities for walleye. For a change of scenery you can head up to Ogoki Lake to land a few fish and have a feed shore lunch style. It is not uncommon for each boat to catch 100+ fish per day with this sandy and rocky structure lake.
Kayedon's average depth is 20 feet, with some deeper holes to be found. Walleye are in the 20+ " range where Pike are being caught in the 40+ " range.
As this is a shallower lake, it is a must that guests be on the lookout for any dangers present in the waters, such as logs/rocks that could damage the boat/motors, or put yourselves in harms way.