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 Teehnah, Ken or Frank Lake. Regardless of your choice your group is always guaranteed private and exclusive use of the camp, boats and lake.
Teehnah Lake is 3 miles long and a little over a half mile across, offering excellent Canadian fishing for Northern Pike, Grayling, and Lake Whitefish. The lake has a small river at the south end that is a great place to fish for Northern Pike using surface lures. Teenah Lake is also the best lake for viewing Yukon wildlife. Teehnah Lake has many hiking trails guests can explore at their leisure. Two smaller Yukon lakes are accessible by these trails. These lakes are close enough that a nice day trip can be made out of hiking to one of them for another afternoon of great Yukon fishing. This fishing camp is for the client who likes a little more variety, comfort and amenities in addition to just good fishing. This fish camp is the perfect mix of character and comfort.
Ken Lake is located 85 air miles north of Whitehorse. Ken Lake offers excellent Lake Trout and Northern Pike fishing. There also is a very good population of Whitefish and Burbot. This Yukon lake is 4 miles by a half-mile with an additional pond off the south end. Past clients have renamed this lake "The Little Lake That Could" due to the excellent fishing here.
Frank Lake in Canada's Yukon is located 75 air miles north of Whitehorse. Frank Lake is a favorite lake for spin casting and fly fishing in the Yukon. This horseshoe shaped lake is six miles by three miles and includes a variety of bays, shoals and islands. The depth averages 100 feet deep with the deepest spot 171 feet. Frank Lake is noted for the brilliant red coloring of its Lake Trout which range up to 33 pounds. One 26-pounder was caught off the dock! Northern Pike up to 30 pounds have been caught in the bays of this scenic lake. A few Arctic Grayling may be caught above the beaver dam where Frank Creek enters the lake.