Location: Canada - Northwest Territories & Nunavut
Capacity: 40 guests
On the edge of the tree line and hundreds of miles from civilization, Great Bear Lake is the 4th largest lake in North America and is fished by only 400 lucky anglers each year. Without a doubt, Plummer's Great Bear Lodge and Tree River Camp are some of the best locations in the world to catch trophy-sized lake trout, arctic grayling and arctic char on the fly. Great Bear Lake boasts all-tackle world records for both lake trout and grayling, and the Tree River has been known to yield arctic char in excess of thirty pounds.
In the far north of Canada's Northwest Territories, spring, summer and fall are all condensed into the months of July and August. In addition to the absolutely fantastic angling in this area during the short season, you have opportunities to view caribou, moose, brown bears and muskoxen in their natural habitat. There are even centuries-old teepees in the area, as well as a wide array of unique flora and fauna. This is truly an area of indescribable beauty only understood once you've seen it.