Inconnu Lodge's location provides access to 12 major rivers and streams and 17 incredible lakes, all within a 30-minute flight by floatplane or helicopter. Wake up in the morning, select a fishing or hiking spot on a map of the Yukon, and just minutes later, you are there with hundreds of square miles of wilderness all to yourself. 14-16 foot boats are used for all fishing excursions and jet boats make river travel a breeze. A typical day can be spent traveling down a breathtaking stretch of river connecting two larger lakes, each holding distinctively different angling possibilities.
Seven species of fish are in the waters surrounding Inconnu Lodge: lake trout, northern pike, arctic grayling, dollies, sheefish, whitefish and burbot. Spinning, trolling and especially fly fishing can easily land seasoned fishermen and beginners alike with plenty of action in the 5-30 lb. class.
The lodge is 6,500 square ft. and includes a large dining room, lounge, bar, store, kitchen and laundry facility. A sauna and hot tub await you by the lake after a long day of fishing. The lodge takes up to 12 guests in twin and triple rooms. Guest cabins are cedar with private bathroom.
9 ft./3 wt. rod for grayling, 9 ft./6 wt. rod for dollies/lake trout, 9 ft./6-8 wt. rod for pike. Spinning: Ultra-light spinning rod with 6/8 lb. test. Medium spinning rod with 12/14 lb. test, bait casting rod with 12/16 lb. test. The Lodge can supply at all rods, reels, line and lures at no charge
Fly to Vancouver, British Columbia, and on to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. After spending the night in Whitehorse, board a chartered wheeled aircraft and fly the last 180 miles to Inconnu Lodge, a 45-minute flight. Inconnu Lodge operates a DeHavilland Beaver floatplane, known as the workhorse of the North for its power and reliability. The plane is based at the lodge full-time and is used for a variety of trips offered there. Inconnu also operates its own Hughes 500 helicopter, also based from the resort, which is utilized for heli-fishing, heli-hiking and drift fishing trips.
5 day trip: $7,350. 7 day trip: $9,450. Daily fly-out trips via floatplane or helicopter. All fishing tackle provided. Exclusions are fishing licenses; overnight stays in Whitehorse; gratuities; applicable taxes. Guests need to bring their own waders.
Now is the prime time to explore 2020 fishing options for Alaska. Most lodges are in the process of closing for the season and giving this year’s guest the option to return. Most of the lodges will be ready to release their available space for the 2020 season in the coming weeks.
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