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Northern Nights Outfitters

Northern Nights Outfitters
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,000 to $1,500 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $750 to $1,000 Per Person
  • Access: Fly In Camp

The Northern Nights Outfitters sits on a 16-acre island on Waskwei Lake. The lodge is located about 400 km to the north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. As a fly-in lodge, that hosts only one group at a time, the fishing here is outstanding. Northern Lights Outfitters holds a maximum of six guests so people who enjoy the location do so because of the under-fished waters, undisturbed landscape, and the abundance of wildlife. This is a place of world-class fishing where the abundance of Northern Pike and Walleye help make every visit here a vacation you will remember.

Fishing with Northern Nights Outfitters

Guests choose the Northern Nights Outfitters because of the prolific fishing for both Northern Pike and Walleye. Waskwei Lake is a fishing paradise with changing vistas and fishing opportunities. From your island base, you have easy access to the deeper parts of the lake and many of the quiet bays. If you plan to target those big Northern Pike then be sure to pack titanium or steel leaders approved for Pike. Pike are large and very powerful fish that will make short work of traditional rigging and monofilament line. Their large and gaping mouth is designed to gulp and hold prey thanks to over 700 teeth. You can imagine what those teeth will do to monofilament fishing line. Your rental includes: Boats, motors, gas, nets, and life jackets.

The lake is big, so expect to have plenty of places to drop anchor and fish. The Big Walleye, like the big Pike, like to hang out in the weed patches. You can also find them swimming about the underwater structures. If you are a fly fisherman, an 8-9-pound rod, and a dry mouse fly will likely land you a trophy Northern Pike. A nice set of nymphs will also work on Walleye. For spin caster fishermen, pack a few minnow lures especially those with movement. Pike use their lateral line to hunt when they are not lurking.

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