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Canada’s lake fishing lodges and camps offer some the world’s best fishing for lake trout, northern pike, arctic grayling, walleye, rainbow trout, brook trout and more. With the huge diversity of lakes in the country there is a perfect trip for every angler regardless of their budget, species preference or fishing style. Full service lodges offer all the comforts of home while outpost camps are perfect for the budget minded do-it-yourself angler who prefers to set their own schedule and fish on their own. Many camps and lodges are accessible only by air, offering a fly-in experience to lakes that are virtually unfished and still offer trophy opportunities. But many remote road-accessible lodges and camps also have amazing fishing opportunities in many provinces across Canada. Most lodges and camps can offer both fly-fishing and spin casting. Fishing techniques vary, but trolling, casting or vertical jigging are all effective methods. The fly fisherman can also do very well with either sinking or surface presentations. Lake trout exceeding 40 pounds and northern pike in the 30 pound range are caught often throughout northern Canada’s productive lakes. While trout fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the many different trout lakes available in British Columbia and Quebec. Catch and release policies on many lakes insure the fishing remains great and the larger fish are allowed to reach trophy size.
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World class fishing for lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling from a lodge on Kasba Lake in northern CanadaBrook trout fishing on Fortress Lake in the Canadian Rocky MountainsTrophy fishing from a lodge on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories

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Featured Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes Adventures
World class fishing for lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling from a lodge on Kasba Lake in northern Canada
World class fishing for lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling from a lodge on Kasba Lake in northern Canada
Brook trout fishing on Fortress Lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Brook trout fishing on Fortress Lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Trophy fishing from a lodge on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories
Trophy fishing from a lodge on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories
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Trout fishing lodge on Quesnel Lake in central British Columbia
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$1299.00 CAD
Trout fishing lodge on Quesnel Lake in central British Columbia
Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes | Difficulty: Easy / Moderate | Max 20 People

This fishing and hiking lodge is a remote wilderness retreat on the far end of the East Arm of Quesnel Lake in central British Columbia. It is an ideal location for the avid trout fisherman looking for some excellent Rainbow Trout and Bull Trout opportunities.

Quesnel Lake is the deepest fresh water fjord lake in the world and home to world class Rainbow Trout fishing. The lodge is located right on the lake and nearby the Blue Lead Creek and Summit Creek. The location is ideal for lake and fly fishing. In addition to Rainbow Trout, there is also Lake trout, Whitefish, Kokanee Salmon (with valid conservation stamp on fishing license), and Bull Trout (catch and release).

The lodge also makes a great base location for nearby hiking and alpine heli-hiking in the area. With the Cariboo mountains in your own backyard the property offers extensive back country hiking terrain. Helicopters can be arranged to fly you over the mountain range to incredible heli-hiking locations with views you will not soon forget. Hiers enjoy spectacular alpine views and hikes among pristine glacier lakes. 

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World class fishing on Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan
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$2100.00 CAD
World class fishing on Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan
Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes | Difficulty: Easy | Max 8 People

Fish for lake trout, northern pike, walleye and arctic grayling from this lodge on Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan. This lake offers fantastic fishing and is a great spot for meetings and team building or a retreat from life's daily grind. The lake is home to over 15 species of fish famous for exceptional trophy size. 

Whether it's heart stopping adventure, wrestling a monster pike or peace and quiet at day's end this lodge will cater to every corporate and anglers needs. 

Experienced guides, delicious meals and comfortable accommodations guarantee that no one will come away disappointed - get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.

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World class fishing from a fly-in lodge in the Northwest Territories
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$1872.00 CAD
World class fishing from a fly-in lodge in the Northwest Territories
Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes | Difficulty: Easy | Max 24 People

Experience some of the best lake trout and northern pike fishing in the world from this lodge in the Northwest Territories. This fly-in fishing lodge is located 15 minutes by floatplane north of Yellowknife between Duncan and Graham lakes in the Northwest Territories of Canada. In the summer, the focus is fishing and the fishing here is simply spectacular.  There is not a lot of fishing pressure and there are no other lodges on these lakes. Catch and release is encouraged, but a meal of small fish at a shore lunch is always popular.  

Northern pike and lake trout make up the majority of the quarry, but there are also opportunities for arctic grayling and whitefish. The northern pike grow large here and 48-50+ fish have been caught and released in Duncan Lake. In the early season you will find the largest pike cruising the shallow bays. This is prime time to target them and they readily take floating or shallow running lures and flies. There is nothing quite like sight fishing for large northern pike in clear shallow water. There are many shallow bays on both lakes as well as inlet streams that offer perfect habitat for large northerns.  

The lake trout fishing is also great along the steep drops and boulder strewn bottoms throughout the season. The biggest lakers will be deeper in mid summer, but adding weight to deep running lures, spoons or crankbaits while trolling will pay off. Also drifting and  jigging over ledges or humps will produce savage strikes from trout and this is no time for daydreaming.  

This all inclusive lodge offers comfortable accommodations, good quality meals and an opportunity to fish at your own pace. Stay out as long as you like. The avid angler will want to plan their trip in the early summer when you can fish close to 24 hour a day during the midnight sun.

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Trophy fishing from a portable floating tent camp in the Northwest Territories
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$440.00 CAD
Trophy fishing from a portable floating tent camp in the Northwest Territories
Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes | Difficulty: Easy / Moderate | Max 4 People

Fish for trophy lake trout and pike as you move your accommodation around the lake on this portable floating tent camp in NWT. This movable floating fishing camp is located 15 minutes by floatplane north of Yellowknife between Duncan and Graham lakes in the Northwest Territories of Canada. You will enjoy the freedom of fishing on your own schedule and moving around the lake at your own pace as you fish for trophy lake trout and northern pike.  Catch and release is encouraged, but a meal of small fish at a shore lunch is always popular.  

Northern pike and lake trout make up the majority of the quarry, but there are also opportunities for arctic grayling and whitefish. The northern pike grow large here and 48-50+ fish have been caught and released in Duncan Lake. In the early season you will find the largest pike cruising the shallow bays.  This is prime time to target them and they readily take floating or shallow running lures and flies.  There is nothing quite like sight fishing for large northern pike in clear shallow water.  There are many shallow bays on both lakes as well as inlet streams that offer perfect habitat for large northerns.

The lake trout fishing is also great along the steep drops and boulder strewn bottoms throughout the season.  The biggest lakers will be deeper in mid summer, but adding weight to deep running lures, spoons or crankbaits while trolling will pay off. Also drifting and  jigging over ledges or humps will produce savage strikes from trout and this is no time for daydreaming.  

Fish and your own pace and  motor and anchor the camp in the sheltered coves and bays of the lake.  You will have your own private paradise to enjoy a true wilderness getaway.

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Private fly-in outpost fishing camps on Drury and Claire Lake in the Yukon
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$2000.00 CAD
Private fly-in outpost fishing camps on Drury and Claire Lake in the Yukon
Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes | Difficulty: Easy | Max 12 People

World class fishing awaits at one of these private outpost fishing camps in the Yukon. A fly-in fishing trip to the remote lakes of Canada's Yukon remains one of the great fishing adventures in one of North America's last frontiers. Choose from one of these secluded lakes north of Whitehorse, in the Yukon River basin. Enjoy some of the best fly fishing or spin cast fishing in the world for Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling,Northern Pike, Lake Whitefish and Burbot. Your hosts welcome you to a clean and well-maintained fishing camp.

With abundant populations of Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, Whitefish, and Burbot  to entertain you, you'll be sure to come home from your Canadian fishing trip with lots of stories from another memorable fishing vacation - this time spent in the iconic Yukon.

Choose from a camp on Claire or Drury Lake. Regardless of your choice your group is always guaranteed private and exclusive use of the camp, boats and lake.

Claire Lake lies 85 air miles north of Whitehorse in Canada's Yukon. This lake is 15 miles long, up to one mile wide and has sheltered areas near the camp. This lake has many great drop offs for casting. It also offers excellent opportunities to sight cast for Arctic Grayling and Northern Pike. The deepest spot in Claire Lake is 350 feet deep. Claire Lake has fishing for Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling,White Fish and Burbot. To date, the largest Trout out of Claire weighed 35 pounds and the largest Pike measured 52 inches. Grayling average 1-2 pounds.

Drury Lake lies 115 air miles north-northeast of Whitehorse in the Yukon. This scenic lake is surrounded by the Yukon's beautiful Pelly Mountains. Drury Lake is 15 miles long and Drury Creek is navigable for an additional two miles. Drury Lake is best known for its Arctic Grayling (up to four pounds). The sight casting for Grayling in Drury Creek is also something you will not forget! In addition to Grayling, Drury Lake has produced Lake Trout over 40 inches and Northern Pike up to 15 pounds. Drury Lake is one of the best Yukon lakes for wildlife viewing opportunities.

 

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