Great River Fishing Adventures in Canada

Great River Fishing Adventures in Canada
Canada is fortunate to have a vast expanse of wilderness, arboreal forest, ocean coast and wild rivers within her borders. From the Atlantic Coast of the Maritimes to the Pacific coastal temperate rain forest of western British Columbia, Canada has much to offer for the adventurous angler. If a fishing trip to Canada is in the future, there are many remote fishing tours and adventures to be had.

Eagle River Trout Lodge

The Eagle River Trout Lodge is a fly-in fishing lodge in Labrador, part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Eagle River Trout Lodge provides air service and fly-ins from Goose Bay. Fishing at Eagle River includes fly-fishing for many species of trout. Northern pike are fished on the many lakes surrounding the lodge. There are six double-occupancy bedrooms with private toilets and showers at the lodge. Meals are included and are served family style in the dining room. The lodge is an A-frame style cabin with a sitting area for guests to unwind and swap fish stories at the end of each day's fishing adventures.

Eagle River Trout Lodge
P.O. Box 99
Port Blandford, NL A0C 2G0


Gangler's North Seal River Lodge and Outposts

Gangler's North Seal River Lodge is 160 miles from any other outfitter or lodge in Northern Manitoba. Fly-in services are part of the adventure at Gangler's Lodge. Northern Pike, European Brown Trout, Arctic Grayling and walleye can be landed on fishing trips at the lodge. Northern Pike to 54 inches long have been landed at the lodge. Air charters depart from Winnipeg. There are seven- and four-day fishing trips offered at Grangler's. The lodge includes private bedrooms and bathrooms, all meals, a guest lounge and sitting area. Guides are there to assist with tackle choices, local knowledge of fisheries and safety. Be prepared for black flies and mosquitoes.

Gangler's North Seal River Lodge and Outposts
2133 SW 76th Lane
Ocala, FL 34476

Spirit of the North Guides

For a truly adventurous fishing trip, it is hard to beat heading north to the land of Robert Service and Jack London. Canada's Yukon Territory is a wild and rugged land where there are rivers full of fish that are accessed by float-planes. Spirit of the North Guides, based in the territory's capital city of Whitehorse, offers day and multi-day fly-in river fishing throughout the Yukon. For multi-day fishing trips, Spirit of the North provides all fishing gear, meals and snacks, beverages, group camping gear, North Face sleeping bags and Thermarests, guides and transportation to and from your Whitehorse hotel. Spirit of the North specializes in the Lake LaBarge area of the Yukon. Lake trout, whitefish, burbot, trout and grayling are the predominate sport fish of the lake. Moose, grizzly bear, wolves, fox, bald eagles and caribou are frequently spotted during fishing trips.

Spirit of the North Guides
P.O. Box 21084
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6A7


Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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