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

The Lawrence Bay Lodge sits on the shores of Reindeer Lake in remote Northern Saskatchewan. This is a haven for big Trophy Northern Pike, big Lake Trout, Walleye, and Arctic Grayling. This is a catch and release lodge and lake and those efforts help you fish for 50 plus inch Northern Pike, and big, fat Lunkers.

Guests stay in a beautiful lodge and cabins that offer modern features, hardwood floors, and plenty of comfort and luxury. You can opt for Lawrence Bay Lodge or for the outpost at Reindeer Lake. The Outpost is a little more rugged but offers a clean and cozy.

Fishing with Lawrence Bay Lodge

Guests fish from nice 18 foot Lund boats with padded seats, flat floors, and big Mercury motors. Expect fist class equipment and outstanding guides

This is big Northern Pike territory and by big, we mean 50 plus inches. This is a catch and release lake so it is very possible to battle more than one Master level Pike in a single day. Pike are not the only big fish here. There are plenty of Big Lake Trout available and some of them weigh 40 or more pounds.

This is a great place for fly fishermen and spin casters, especially when it comes to targeting the big Pike. During the late summer, the fly fishing for Pike really takes off. The reason is that when the water gets warm the cabbage weeds grow and there you find the big Pike. A dry fly is perfect for luring those big Pike to strike. They are particularly fond of small mammals and rodents so a shrew or mouse pattern will entice them.

The Walleye and Grayling are available all season long and you can catch them with both fly rods or spin casters. The Lake Trout are great on both in late spring but tend to go deep by the time July hits.

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