Rates & Services

The Ottawa River Musky Factory is located half way between the dams of Ottawa and Carillon which gives us easy access to and 80 mile (125 km) stretch of water.  We offer charters on the Ottawa River, St. Lawrence River, Rideau River, and the Madawaska River.

We can accommodate the needs of all anglers; casting, trolling, shallow, deep, at a tournament pace, at a crawl, from beginner to seasoned professional. We will strive to make your trip everything you want it to be. The Ottawa River has it all!

FULL DAY WITH JOHN ANDERSON (approx 9 hours) guided trips including boat, gas, tackle, and guide; $550 USD or $650  CDN, all in ($575 fee plus $75 tax), for 1 or 2 people.

FULL DAY WITH PETER, CHRISTIAN, OR FRED is $595 CDN or $500 USD and includes guiding, boat, all equipment, and taxes for 1 or 2 people.

Additional fishers are $50 each.  A BIG benefit of staying in the area is that most of the year we offer split days allowing us to fish the morning and then again into the darkness which is often the most productive time.  Casters will work hard so that afternoon break/nap keeps your energy high.

HALF DAY (approx 5 hours) guided trips including boat, gas, tackle and guide are $375, all in (approx $330 fee plus taxes).

Lodging and food are the responsibility of the guest. There are several options available and we highly recommend Motel Place 1967 in Plantagenet, ON. The Lamarche family takes first class care of most Factory guests and have excellent food on the premises. Other options include the famous 5-star Fairmont Chateau Montebello.

Musky season opens on the first Saturday in June on the Rideau River and other smaller rivers in Eastern Ontario and the third Friday in June on the mighty Ottawa River.  We fish from opening day right through to December 15th.  All giant fish are females and they reach maximum weight by the beginning of November when egg production is 90% complete.  Musky fishing is consistently strong from late June until late October for numbers of fish and big fish and is more weather dependent than anything else.