Northern Saskatchewan Fishing Lodges and Family Resorts
 

Northern Saskatchewan Fishing Lodges and Family Resorts

The lure of the north lies in its natural beauty, where rolling farm and ranchland meet vast forest and lakeland, stretching all the way to the Northwest Territories. Its grandeur is felt from the very southern fringe of the boreal forest through the vast and accessible wilderness of lakes, rivers, woodlands and Precambrian shield.

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Pine Point Lodge & Outpost

Activities: FISHING, HIKING, NATURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, FAMILY

Pine Point Lodge is located on a picturesque point in a large bay on the border water of N.E. Saskatchewan and Northern Manitoba. Fish in the crystal clear waters of world renowned Lake Athapapuskow with its trophy lake trout, the largest recorded weighing 63 lbs., as well as northern pike, walleye, whitefish and perch. Athapapuskow is a beautiful lake with depths to 200 feet and hundreds of miles of shoreline where islands, narrows, bays, boulders and natural sand beaches abound creating fish habitat as good as it gets. In addition to fishing all five species in Athapapuskow guests can select a day trip to our portage lake for superb walleyes or fly out to Saskoba Lake for a day of northern pike fishing you won't soon forget.

Our lodge facilities include a dining room where guests enjoy delicious home cooked meals, before dinner hors d'oeuvres and cocktails. Guests relax in our sitting room with the large stone fireplace or our screened in gazebo unwinding after an exciting day of fishing, swapping tales of the days events, or enjoying the view of the lake and listening to the loons calling out in true northern fashion.
Your accommodations are clean, rustic, fully modern log cabins designed for 2-6 people.

Six Man OUTPOST Cabin on Saskoba Lake: Only secluded cabin on the lake, complete with generator, phone, propane fridge/freezer & stove, gazebo, hot and cold running water and shower. To conserve our fishing future, catch and release policy in effect for all Northern Pike 29 1/2 or 75 cm & larger.

For the outdoor adventurer Pine Point Lodge has a lot to offer. The 100 ft. high limestone cliffs on the edge of the Canadian Shield, run for 1/4 mile, straight up from the waters edge. View the may view fossils impregnated in the limestone, hike or stroll along the shoreline where you may encounter any number of birds and wildlife. Experience this pristine wilderness that beckons many to return year after year. Bring your camera as you will want to take many photos to remember your special vacation at Pine Point Lodge.

Facilities:
Log Cabins & Outpost Camp
Dining Room - Yes
Tuck & Tackle Shop - Yes
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language - English

Misaw Lake Lodge Misaw Lake Lodge

Activities: FISHING, HUNTING, NATURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, FAMILY

Misaw Lake Lodge, ranked one of the top 10 fishing lodges in North America by “Field & Stream” magazine is Saskatchewan's most remote lodge located 1000 miles North of the US border and 125 miles from the nearest road. Misaw Lake, the Schwandt River & our fly-out lakes are exclusively available only to our guests. Our fly-out program started in 2004 & has been a huge success.  By limiting guest capacity & the season to only 8 weeks Misaw's trophy fishery is the best in Saskatchewan & possibly Canada with extraordinary fishing  opportunities for Trophy Pike, Lake Trout & Arctic Grayling.

Easily accessed by direct charter from Winnipeg or Saskatoon our newly built lodge offers Satellite TV & Wireless Internet.  Cabins feature comfortable beds, bathrooms and heat.  Our family-run lodge is dedicated to ensuring your trip is the best it possibly can be from  experienced guides to prepared meals.
See ya' on the dock!

Facilities:
Log Cabins & Outpost Camp
Dining Room - Yes
American Plan
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language - English

Oliver Lake Wilderness Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Family, Nature

Great Canadian fishing, exciting fly-fishing, big game hunting, canoe trips and outdoor adventures in the Saskatchewan wilderness. Offering your choice of full-service, light housekeeping or outpost plans. Trophy northern pike, lake trout, walleye and arctic grayling. Oliver is a large lake, about 20 miles long, and ranges from 1/2 mile to 5 miles wide. The lake is broken up with a large number of bays and over 100 islands which means you can have sheltered, safe fishing, even on windy days. It has many deep holes, reefs and rocky points which make an ideal habitat for lake trout. In addition, the numerous bays and shallows yield trophy Northern pike. Walleye are caught in several other lakes that we fish. Arctic grayling and whitefish are found in the river which drains Oliver Lake. From our base on McKay Island, you can easily head into several other lakes, besides Oliver, for an exciting day's fishing and adventure at no extra cost.

Our modern fly-in camp consists of the main lodge for dining and lounging, plus several fully equipped, self-contained, cabins. We offer two plans to suit your needs---the all-inclusive Full Plan where we supply all your meals, fishing license and the fishing guides, or the Light Houskeeping Plan where you bring your own food, cook your meals in your cabin, and guides/licenses are extra.

Oliver Lake Wilderness Lodge is not only perfect for a fishing vacation. It's also an ideal place to bring your family for a special summer holiday. You'll not only catch fish. You can explore the wilderness by boat or canoe, observe wildlife, camp on a remote island, hike in the forest or just relax in the warm sun-drenched beach.

Summer Portage - designed for those outdoors persons who don't like flying but want to access a remote Fly-In Fishing Lodge. Offered during our July-August season. Drive to David Lake campsite (150 miles north of La Ronge) where we boat you across David Lake (3 miles), portage around Cameron Falls (1/3 mile walk and we haul all of your gear), and finish with a 15 mile boat trip up two lakes and to our lodge.

Facilities:
Cabins - Outpost Camps
Dining Room - Yes
Gift & Tackle Shop
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language - English

Lawrence Bay Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Boating, Hiking, Family, Hunting

Located on Reindeer Lake in Northern Saskatchewan, Lawrence Bay Lodge offers some of the best fresh water northern pike, walleye, arctic grayling and lake trout fishing in Canada. At Reindeer Lake and the surrounding outpost camps, you will find that the fish in our area are very heavy for their length, with the smaller heads and large stocky bodies. The lakes have a large number of islands with many bays and large wood flats for big northern pike. We also have the rocky points and deep waters for the lake trout. We practice a very strict program to ensure that the larger fish are all returned to the lake. Our guests catch Pike up to 53" long and a very large number from 40"-49" long. For great fishing, it doesn't get any better. To offer the best fishing guides in the area. We use new 18' deep transom Lund boats, 40hp Mercury motors, seats with back rests and life jackets. We also have two floatplanes (a Beaver and a Cessna 180) that we use for our modern outpost camps.

All the cabins at Lawrence Bay Lodge are fully modern with showers and flush toilets in every cabin and are also cleaned daily for your comfort. The meals served at Lawrence Bay Lodge are first class and include the great shore lunch and the breakfast and dinner being at the main lodge. There is also a large tackle counter in the lodge and it is always a busy place in the evenings. Once the evening meal is completed you may take a boat out by yourself for an hour or just relax around the lodge or your cabin and anticipate the next day of fishing.

Lawrence Bay Lodge will create memories for you and your fishing companions that will last a lifetime, just make sure to bring a camera and a lot of film.

Facilities:
Cabins - Outposts
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open May - October
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - No
Language - English

Milton Lake Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Hunting

Milton Lake Lodge is situated on the north shore of the lake, 40 miles south of the North West Territories border, in far north-eastern Saskatchewan. Stony Rapids is the transfer point for guests coming from Saskatoon by charter air service. Be the first to fish one of the planet's last untouched areas... the far north of Saskatchewan between the 59th and 60th parallel, where we have the Grand Slam of Saskatchewan sportsfish: lake trout, arctic grayling, northern pike and walleye. Fish for all four species within minutes of the lodge. The Porcupine River and East Porcupine River are near the lodge, and are great for fly-fishing grayling. The lake has many sheltered bays and islands, so there's always somewhere to fish, even if the weather isn't co-operating fully. No fly-outs, no long boat rides.

You will be surrounded by luxury during your stay in our brand new facilities at Milton Lake Lodge. Our lodge accommodates a maximum 16 guests at a time. Each guest has a private room with a double bed for maximum comfort. The Great Room in the center of the lodge provides a spectacular view of Milton Lake. Relax in the leather chairs and sofas, gather close to the fireplace on a cool evening, or soothe yourself in the hot tub on the deck. We provide a full American plan stay that includes all your lodging, extraordinary meals served to you with complimentary house wine, and satellite television. Milton Lake Lodge is an excellent setting for corporate groups to get away from it all for business and planning sessions in a relaxing atmosphere.

Outposts: We operate smaller and self-sufficient accommodations at Walker Lake Outpost and Misekumaw Lake Outpost, located on lakes approximately seven miles south and 23 miles south of Milton Lake Lodge. Both offer secluded fly-in fishing for small groups. Guides are available on request.

Bear Hunts: This area of northern Saskatchewan is renowned for its large black bears. We offer extremely exclusive bear hunts... we do a very limited number to ensure that each hunt provides trophies.

Facilities:
Cabins - Outpost Camps
Dining Room - Yes
Gift & Tackle Shop
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language - English






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