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Fish for trophy lake trout at this fly-in lodge on Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan

Since 1994, this lodge has been making dreams come true for fishermen eager to catch trophy-sized Lake Trout and Northern Pike.  This is a premier fishing lodge in northern Canada so there’s no need to look any further for some of the best fresh water fishing in the world.  Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan has been the top destination of serious anglers for decades, as the world record Lake Trout came out of Lake Athabasca (102 lbs).  Not only does this lodge offer fantastic fishing but is a great spot for meetings and team building or a retreat from life’s daily grind.

There are several reasons why the fishing is so good on Lake Athabasca.

-The lake covers 3,030 sq miles, is 176 miles long, has a maximum width of 31 miles, and a maximum depth of 407 ft, and holds over one trillion gallons of water, making it the largest and deepest lake in both Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the eighth largest in Canada.

-It’s far off the beaten track: no roads lead here (the closest road is 128 miles away), and there are very few other people fishing this huge lake. Some days, the only boat you’ll see is yours!

-The Athabasca, Fond Du Lac and the Peace Rivers all drain into the Lake Athabasca from both ends. With this massive influx of nutrient rich water the lake can support huge quantities of baitfish – enough to feed incredible numbers of trophy Lake Trout and Northern Pike.

Look no further fpr superior accommodations, beautiful setting, gourmet food, and some of the best guides in Canada who have been with the lodge for years.  Their passion for fishing and knowledge of the lake is unsurpassed.  Our commitment to you our guest will ensure an unforgettable fishing experience.

$2950.00 USD
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Fishing Lodges & Camps - Lakes

mid June to end of September


Professional Guide Service 8:00am – 6:00 pm daily is included in your stay. Your guides have been with the lodge for many years and have extensive knowledge of the lake and surrounding area.


Catch and release fishing. You will get to eat plenty of what you caught on the shore lunches.


Requirements: Fishing license.

– anyone 16 years of age or over is required to have a fishing license.  $80 USD for non-residents and $60 for Canadians  You can obtain your license at: www.environment.gov.sk.ca/licences.

Gratuities appreciated. 


The lodge is located on Stewart Island in the eastern region of Lake Athabasca. Packages iinclude return air transportation from Fort McMurray, Alberta. Fort McMurray is easily accessible by air from Edmonton or Calgary, Alberta.


The Saskatchewan climate is four-season and variable. Spring, summer, fall and winter are distinct, and temperatures can fluctuate. Saskatchewan summers are usually warm and dry. High temperatures range from 60F (15 C) in May to the mid-80s F (29C) in July and August. We are one of the sunniest destinations in Canada. Nights tend to be cool 50F (10C).  The sun sets in the Summer at around 11:00pm.

Northern Saskatchewan

20′ Alumarine boats equipped with 60hp Yamaha motors, VHF radios, sonar & GPS, fishing gear: rod & reel, downriggers & nets. Daily housekeeping service. 


Two changes of warm clothes (fleece or wool), rain gear, casual lodge clothes, waterproof boots, warm coat, light jacket


Fishing tackle/lures (available for sale at the lodge), camera, daypack, sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottle, flashlight, liquor/pop.


Lake Trout

Lures -Eppinger Huskie Devles, Huskie JRs, Luhr Jenson Kwikfish, Hoochie Squids, size 0 Dodgers.
Monofilament line – 30 lb.
Braided line- we like to use 30-50 lb


Lures – Mepp’s maribous with a Colorado blade, spoons, Eppinger or Len Thompson’s 1-3/4 ounce.
Leaders are very important for pike. Wire or Titanium leaders with heavy ball bearings and snaps. The snaps should be cross lock or coast lock and the breaking strength of the wire no less than 40 pounds.
Monofilament line – 17 pound


Lures – Small Mepp’s, Blue Fox, Panther Martins. Small flies like black gnats are hard to beat for Grayling.
Line – 6 pound
We want our guests to have the trip of a lifetime and will do whatever it takes to ensure that. We will cover many tips and techniques here that generally produces big fish or good quantities of fish. With all the conditions that exist on Lake Athabasca, you may discover lures and techniques that work better than what we’ll discuss here.


This is a high quality fishing lodge in Northern Saskatchewan with all the facilities needed to provide luxury and comfort in a wilderness setting. You can relax in the lodge, take in the view from the deck or relax in the sauna after a full day of fishing.

The main lodge and guest cabins, located on Stewart Island in the eastern region of Lake Athabasca, were designed and constructed to compliment the natural ambience of the surrounding wilderness and region.

The lodge features inviting leisure and recreation areas that encourage relaxation and enjoyment of the panoramic views of the lake and northern forests and most important, the pleasure of companionship with friends and fellow fishermen. A large deck enables you to enjoy the freshness of the outdoors, the sounds of the wilderness, wildlife and waves of the lake lapping up on the shore. We have Internet and Wi-Fi as well.

The lodge has 10 double occupancy rooms and 4 double occupancy guest cabins. Each of the Lodge and guest cabin rooms are furnished with two single beds, a night stand and equipped with their own sink and toilet. There are electrical outlets in every room. In the lodge is a six-stall common shower room for you to wash off the rigors of the day.

The great room is in the centre of the main lodge and the guest rooms create wings running north and south. The great room boasts 18ft ceilings with a huge wall of windows overlooking Lake Athabasca. A large dining area and wood burning fireplace make up the main area. Guests can sit around the fireplace to relax or read a book. Head to the game room to catch a game on the TV, join in a friendly game of cards or a game of pool.



The dining area is large and spacious and features hearty home cooked meals served by friendly and personable staff. A large breakfast and dinner are prepared daily. You’ll enjoy a shore lunch with your guide featuring the morning’s catch.

Start your morning with a hearty breakfast and then later, enjoy the shore lunch that your guides prepare for you from the morning’s catch. When you return from a full day of fishing you can look forward to a gourmet meal.

3 day tour, available mid June - late September
$2950.00 / per person - USD
Wednesday-Saturday. Based on double occupancy.
4 day tour, available mid June - late September
$3450.00 / per person - USD
Saturday to Wednesday. Based on double occupancy.
7 day tour, available mid June - late September
$4450.00 / per person - USD
Saturday to Saturday. Based on double occupancy.
Pricing does not include: 5.00% GST.

A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

Balance of payment is due 30 days before trip commencement.
A 50% deposit is required to confirm services. Final payment is due April 1st. Bookings made after April 1 must be paid in full at time of booking. If the cancellation is made more than 30 days prior to your arrival, your payment will be credited to later in the season or to the following year. Trip Cancellation Insurance covering medical expenses, cancellation, curtailment, and baggage loss is strongly suggested. We cannot be held responsible for any flight delays or incidences beyond our control.

3 day tour, available mid June - late September

Day 1

Typical day

Coffee is on at half past six in the morning. A breakfast buffet usually consisting of eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, oatmeal, assorted cereals, yogurt and fresh fruit is served at 7:00.

The boats leave the docks around 8:00 for a great day of fishing with your knowledgeable guide. You’re usually dropping your line within 30 minutes of leaving the dock. Around noon or so you’ll be treated to a fantastic shore lunch of fried or baked fish that you caught that morning. If you’re not a fish lover (but love the fishing) another item can be requested (just let the staff know the night before). After lunch it’s back out on the lake for more great fishing. You will be back at the dock at 6:00 in time to clean up, relax and sit down to dinner at 7:00. A typical dinner might be roast beef with roasted potatoes, rice pilaf, a fresh garden salad, or it might be a turkey dinner with all the fixins. There’s always fresh artisan bread baked daily. Of course for dessert there will always be fresh cakes or pies (from scratch of course!) After dinner you can relax around the fire pit or in the game room and share fish stories or play some billiards or a game of cards. For those so inclined go for a hike to the top of the Indian Head rock!

Then it’s off to bed for a good night’s sleep before starting your day all over again.