The Hasbala Lake Lodge sits at a crossroads where the borders of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Nunavut meet. This is a guided fishing lodge that offers fly-in fishing in remote and unspoiled areas. Guests of the lodge have access to Trophy Northern Pike, Big Lake Trout, and plenty of Arctic Grayling. Getting here could not be easier as the Lodge will make all of your travel arrangements. Most people fly into Saskatoon and then hop to Points North where they take a smaller plane to the lodge.
Lodging with the Hasbala Lake Lodge
The Lodge here is beautiful and sits amid the boreal forest and along the shores of Hasbala Lake. The Lodge is not large and offers a limited number of beds so that every guest has the best time. The main lodge offers a cozy place to enjoy the beautiful vistas and wildlife that is such a part of this area. Guests stay in one of the cabins which each hold four people, or you can opt to stay in one of the rooms which hold two. Expect modern features, 24/7 electricity, wood stove heating, hot water, propane heating, and much more. The dining room is not only comfortable but the place where you will come to enjoy every meal.
Fishing with Hasbala Lake Lodge
This is a catch and release lodge and as such, you have access to some big Northern Pike. The fish here include big Northern Pike, big, fat Lake Trout, and a lot of Arctic Grayling. By big Northern Pike we mean between 47-50 inches in length. The conservation provided by catch-and-release means a bigger population of Trophy Fish. In terms of Lake Trout expect common Lake Trout in the 17-27-inch range with big ones between 3-4 feet in length. Lake Trout have been known go grow to over 100 pounds and in Hasbala Lake they range to around 45 inches. In the cooler early summer you find them in about 10 feet of water, but by July, they are back in the depths. The Arctic Grayling are a perfect fish for everyone. They are sly, wily, and small, and they fit perfectly into a fly fisherman's day or for anyone who wants to spin cast. In fact, when it comes to fly fishing, you can target all three species of fish here. The best time to target Northern Pike with a fly rod is June, August and September.