Viking Lodge is located in the Grassy River Provincial Park and sits on the First Cranberry Lake. The area literally has hundreds of miles of fish-able water.
The typical day involves sleeping in until 9am, waking and eating a freshly baked cinnamon roll from the Lodge with a goal of hitting the water by 10am. Early day fishing finds us targeting lake trout in deep water (40-50') or casting grass beds for northern pike. Mid-day we pick up a few walleye on rocky points and have a shore lunch. As evening comes we fish for walleye on points until sunset which occurs around 11pm, then we head back to the Lodge for some sleep. When the day ends you realize your arm is sore because you have caught a lot of fish.
We don't beat ourselves up fishing for one species, if one is not biting another typically is on the bite. If you need a change of scenery, there are portage lakes where you can park one boat and walk across land to another boat and fish an entirely different lake. Ten days of fishing goes by in a flash!!