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Andrew Lake Lodge & Camps
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Andrew Lake Lodge & Camps is located in the very Northwestern corner of Alberta not far from the Northwest Territories border and the border with Saskatchewan. This is remote country with outstanding fishing in an amazing location.

Guests of the lodge have access to five prolific lakes where fishing is good.

Fishing with Andrew Lake Lodge

The big fishing targets here are big Trophy Northern Pike, Walleye and Lake Trout. Though all three species are not available at every camp.

Arctic Grayling: The best place for Arctic Grayling is at Lynx Lodge, which also offers outstanding fishing for Lake Trout and Northern Pike.

Lake Trout:North Leland Lake, Lynx Lake, and South Leland Lake offer the best Lake Trout fishing.

Walleye: North Leland Lake, South Leland Lake, and Bocquene Lake, offer the best locations for Walleye.

Northern Pike: Bocquene Lake, South Leland Lake, North Leland Lake and Lynx Lake all offer outstanding fishing for Northern Pike.

Andrew Lake offers good fishing for all four species of game fish.

Lodging with the Andrew Lake Lodge & Camps

The main lodge is on Andrew Lake and offers full-service cabins or light housekeeping cabins. Cabins are rustic but comfortable and feature bunk beds, small kitchen, and wood heat.

The Lynx Lake Lodge is remote and rugged. There are three cabins with electricity powered by a generator, satellite phone, diesel burning stove for heating. There is room for 12 guests at Lynx Lake and the site is suitable for groups with more than eight people.

- North Leland Lake Camp
The North Leland Lake Camp is a series of three cabins with room for a maximum of 24 guests. Electricity is by a generator. There is a fridge, hot showers, and propane stove. Guests sleep in bunks.

- South Leland Lake Camp
The South Leland Camp offers three cabins and a max occupancy of 12 people. These are small basic cabins with bunks, and the necessities, such as showers, propane stove.

- Bocquene Lake Camp
The Bocquene Lake Camp has three cabins with a maximum occupancy of 12 guests. These are basic cabins with showers, propane stove and wood heat.

While the cabins offer basic amenities, they are all clean, comfortable and cozy.

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