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

Complex Lake Lodge is a fly-in fishing lodge located in Northern Saskatchewan. The lodge offers easy access to top Northern Pike fishing and big Walleye and Lake Trout. This is a catch and release lake and the results are a huge number of Trophy fish. The lodge sits just 70 miles from Buffalo Narrows on an island in the middle of Complex Lake. Despite its name, the lodge is easy to reach.

Besides the great fishing, one of the best features of the lodge is that it is small. There is never more than ten guests and that means everyone gets plenty of customer service. There are two cabins, one holds up to eight guests with four rooms and another cabin holds two guests. There are laundry facilities, hot showers, processed running water, and a fully equipped kitchen. There are fridges with freezers and plenty of comfort here.

Fishing with the Complex Lake Lodge

Guests fish from 14-foot aluminum boats with 10 hp motors and standard fishing equipment such as nets. Guests have the option of staying on Complex Lake or venturing to one of the portage lake where boats are also kept. Lowick Lake, Megan Lake, and Crystal Lake all have boats.

Complex Lake offers outstanding fishing for 40-pound Lake Trout, 10-pound Walleye, and Northern Pike in the 30-pound Range. Both Megan Lake and Crystal Lake only have big Northern Pike and Lowick Lake offers Northern Pike, Walleye, and big Lake Trout.

The lake is "encouraged" catch and release, yet guests are welcome to keep fish that they plan to cook and consume at the camp.

Overall, expect a decent place to stay with comfortable beds and plenty of good fishing.

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