Northern Canada Fishing Trips

Northern Canada Fishing Trips
Fishing is world class in northern Canada. But planning a fishing trip there involves finding the right accommodations and amenities. Many areas in Canada are very remote and can only be reached by plane or boat. If you are traveling from the United States you will need a U.S. passport to pass through customs. The following are just a few of the accommodations available for northern Canada fishing trips.

Canada North Lodge

Canada North Lodge is in Ear Falls, Ontario on the shores of Little Bear Lake. The lodge features full accommodations for a remote Canadian fishing trip with the convenience of a package deal. Fish for smallmouth bass, walleye, northern pike and lake trout. Canada North Lodge offers daily fishing charters that include all equipment and a guide. Rates start at $1,110 per person for three days in 2010.

Canada North Lodge
P.O. Box 279
Ear Falls, ON
Canada, P0V 1T0

Whitewater Lodge

Whitewater Lodge in Saskatchewan features a premier location for fly-in trips to northern Canada. Whitewater has complete fly-in services and comfortable accommodations in one of five cabins nestled in remote areas of Canada. All cabins have full amenities. The main lodge is located on the Ogoki River and offers fishing for northern pike, sturgeon, walleye and trout. The river has an average depth of 25 feet. Guided fishing tours include 16-foot boats. Rates begin at $1,075 per person for three nights in 2010.

Wilderness North
P.O. Box 22012--Strathcona R.P.O.
Thunder Bay, ON
Canada P7A 8A8

Lawrence Bay Lodge

Lawrence Bay Lodge, in northern Saskatchewan, offers a full-service fishing lodge and an array of accommodations. The lodge is on Reindeer Lake and is only accessible by float plane. The area is known for its arctic grayling, northern pike, walleye and trout fishing. Lawrence Bay has transom boats with experienced guides that will take you to nearby lakes as well as fishing on Reindeer. Shore lunches are available. The lodge features a kitchen and a dining room. Accommodations include small log cabins that can sleep up to four people and have a shower, toilet, stove and electricity. Rates start at $1,595 per person for three days and four nights in 2010.

Lawrence Bay Lodge
La Ronge, SK
Canada SOV 1LO

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