Welcome to Sudbury Aviation

Remote Fly-in Fishing in Beautiful Ontario, Canada

sunset-on-lakeExperience the remote, unforgettable paradise of our fly-in fishing outposts. We’re an easy 4 hour drive from Toronto and just a 3.5 hour drive from the border at Sault Ste. Marie. If you’re coming from the border at Buffalo, New York we’re just 6 hours away from there! Upon arriving, a short flight will transport you to a world class Northern Ontario fly-in fishing experience and wilderness retreat you’ll never forget.

Sudbury Aviation operates twelve secluded Northern Ontario fly-in fishing camps that are located north of Sudbury. We reach our fly-in camps with our reliable and safe Beaver aircraft. Our base is conveniently located within an easy drive of major centres like Toronto and Sault Ste. Marie which means you’ll be spending more time fishing and less time driving to get there. After twenty years of conservation management, the fishing on our lakes today is as good as it was one hundred years ago. Experience fly-in fishing for trophy sized walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass and speckled trout. We offer you a great Ontario fly-in fishing trip that is second to none.

fly-fishingAre you a fly-fisherman? Check out our fly fishing page. We have sought-after natural occurring speckled trout, known elsewhere as brook trout. Northern Ontario’s natural occurring speckled trout, is really a fresh water hybrid arctic char and is thought to have been deposited or stranded in Northern Ontario lakes and rivers by retreating ice sheets many thousands of years ago. In addition, using a fly rod for bass is just the best fishing action ever, try it!

Flight Training

Join the exciting world of float flying. Since 1956, Sudbury Aviation has been dedicated to providing quality and safety in their flight training programs. Sudbury Aviation offers high standards of training whether you wish to obtain a Recreational Pilot Permit, Private Pilot License, or float endorsement.


I look forward to providing
everyone with a memorable
northern vacation experience.
Marg Watson Hyland