Located on the border of the Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan, the main lodge sits only a stone's throw from the 60th parallel. Located on a small island surrounded by 100,000 acres of classic Pike and Lake trout water, this is remote fishing for big fish. No lodge in Canada offers the extent and variety of their fishing territory. With Scott Lake, its adjacent lakes, and the flyout lakes used exclusively by the lodge, you will have a half a million acres of productive water at your disposal.
There is enough water to spread people around a massive lake, supplemented by 12 fly out destinations. It's not uncommon here to land 50 to 100 fish a day for a single boat. They consider a pike a trophy at 40" or more, lake trout a trophy at 35" or more, and a grayling a trophy at 15" or more.
Private cabins feature individual heating, wood floors, modern bathroom, comfy beds and daily maid service. All are nestled among the spruce trees along a path of freshly cut wood chips, some down by the docks, others tucked back from the shore offering more privacy. All cabins offer a lake view.
The lodge offers top quality rods and reels (covering every fishing situation) free for use. Break a rod? No problem. They have plenty. The boats, motors, depth finders and all equipment is top-of-the-line. Guides even have digital still and video cameras to capture the excitement of your trip.
Saskatoon (Saskatchewan's largest city) has daily non-stop flights from Minneapolis on Delta and United from Denver. United also has flights from Chicago with a stop in Regina. Most major Canadian cities have daily non-stop flights to Saskatoon. On arrival in Saskatoon you will be met by their expeditor and escorted to their private charter plane to Stony Rapids - the closest northern community to the lodge. From Stony Rapids, it is one final short flight on their float planes to their front docks. Packages come with complimentary hotel in Saskatoon for guests on their departure schedule.
5 days: $5,995; 10 days: $10,995 for June-Aug. The package is transparent and covers just about everything: private charter flight from Saskatoon, airport pickups, use of top fishing tackle, wine with dinner, soft drinks, hotel in Saskatoon on your southbound trip, veteran guides and fine dining.
Frontiers is off to a great start to the Alaska fishing season and groups are returning with big smiles and wonderful fishing reports. Even better, there is still prime fishing dates available at some of the best lodges in Alaska. You don’t need to be an expert angler to land plenty of fish in Alaska. The sockeye and chum salmon are running strong right now and the silver salmon will start to fill the rivers in early August. Add fat ...