Fish for trophy lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling from this lodge on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. Each year some of the largest lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling in Canada are caught in Great Slave Lake. The lake fishing lodge is located on the shores of the Taltheilei Narrows in the 100 mile long McLeod Bay. Here, resident and migrating lake trout congregate and schools of arctic grayling flow through the strong currents.
This location, with its numerous bays and islands, provides you with protection in any weather condition. Fish as much as you can handle in the land of the midnight sun. Experienced guides, comfortable accommodations and terrific meals ensure your trip is unforgettable.
Enjoy some of the finest fishing, scenery, and service in the Northwest Territories. Trophy lake trout up to 60 pounds, arctic grayling and northern pike can be caught from this lodge. Cast a spinner or a fly for trophy grayling and pike. Jig the Narrows for 45lb Lakers or troll the bays for 50 or 60 lbs lake trout.