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.