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  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

Boreal Camps is in fact, two camps, Cree Camp and Trout Lake Camp. Getting here is easy from La Ronge. The Cree Fish Camp is 170 miles Northwest of La Ronge and guests arrange their own air taxi right to the camp's docks. Cree Fish Camp provides access to Northern Pike, Lake Trout, and Arctic Grayling fishing. The Trout Lake Camp is just 25 miles by plane from La Ronge. Trout Lake Camp has access to good Northern Pike and Walleye fishing and a portage lake provides excellent fishing for Lake Trout.

Lodging with Boreal Camps

Guests can choose between Cree Lake or Trout Lake. For those who choose Creek Lake, welcome to Saskatchewan's fourth largest lake. The lodge sits atop a sandstone formation with a beautiful view of the lake. You get hot and cold running water, propane appliances, wood, heat, and a whole lot of comfort.

Trout Lake is a little more rugged, though fully comfortable. There is a central shower house and enough room for two groups of people. The cabins are light housekeeping and include linens and kitchens. You just need to bring your own food.

Fishing with Boreal Camps

When you stay at Cree Lake you gain access to some of the best fishing areas in Canada. This is a self-guided lake and the lodge will provide you a map of the lake. As the lake is large, wind is always a consideration. If you have a GPS and portable fish finder bring them. The lake is not only large but also deep. Cree Lake is Catch and Release only so you have better access to big Trophy Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling, and plenty of Whitefish. There are Walleye here but they are challenging to locate.

At Trout Lake, the focus is big Northern Pike and Walleye fishing. A small portage lake next to the river holds a single boat and plenty of opportunities to target big, fat Lunkers.

Overall, guests should pick the lodge that offers them best opportunity to fish for what they want. The big difference between the two lakes is the Walleye fishing. If you are newer at fishing, then perhaps Trout Lake offers a better advantage as it is smaller, and there is the portage lake. Either way, you have access to trophy sized Northern Pike.

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