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Foster Lake Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    4 - 5 Days: $3,000 to $4,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

Foster Lake Lodge sits just 105 miles, by air, North of La Ronge, Saskatchewan. As a fly-in fishing lodge, guests have access to big Northern Pike, fat Lake Trout, Walleye, and Arctic Grayling. The lodge welcomes both Fly fishermen and Spin Casters. Guests of the lodge should expect modern facilities with a little bit of rustic charm. The lodge focuses on luxury and has room for just 10 guests at a time. The lodge is easy to get to with a short flight from La Ronge to the lodge. You drive to La Ronge or fly in, and then hop the 105 miles to the lodge.

Lodging with Foster Lake Lodge

The cabins are modern and rustic and full of comforts. Sit back and enjoy your vacation in a place that offers privacy, comfortable seating, and comfortable beds. There is daily maid service and the Foster Lake Lodge provides all of the linens. Breakfasts and dinners are served in the dining room and feature gourmet and home cooked meals that are all you can eat. Lunches are prepared by your guides and are anything but ordinary. Expect plenty of good food in a comfortable setting.

Fishing with Foster Lake Lodge

Foster Lake Lodge welcomes both fly fishermen and spin casters, though they offer a disclaimer that they offer one very special fly fishing excursion late in the season. Still, both types of rods can find great action with the trophy-sized Northern Pike. The best time for Northern Pike Fishing is in June and then again in Late August and September. Be sure to pack Pike-Grade leaders if you plan to target Northern Pike.

For Lake Trout, the best times of the year are June and the early part of July. The Lake Trout here are also big, so plan on heavy grade equipment that can handle a 20-40 pound fish.

The Walleye are available all season long and do best on a medium grade rod. Jig, small spoons, and crank baits work well for Walleye.

The Arctic Grayling are a perfect target to pair with Trophy Northern Pike fishing. The best time for Grayling is June and from Mid-August through the end of October.

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