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Pipestone Lake Lodge and Outfitters

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

Pipestone Lake Lodge & Outfitters sits just 80 minutes from Fort McMurray in Alberta. The lodge is accessible only by float plane and sits nearly on the border between Alberta and Northern Saskatchewan. Pipestone Lake sits nearly 400 miles due north of Saskatoon. The lake is large and complex which makes it an excellent place for fishing. There are plenty of bays and hidden coves along the shoreline and islands and underwater structures in the deeper water. Guests come here to fish for monster-sized Northern Pike, Big Lake Trout, and nice sized Walleye.

Lodging with Pipestone Lake Lodge & Outfitters

At Pipestone Lake Camp you are on your own. This is a self-guided camp with a camp attendant who fills up the boat's motors with gas and makes sure you have what you need. Otherwise, this is a rustic place with plenty of charm, comfort, and not a lot of extras. With a lake full of big fish, not many people care about the extras.

For a more modern experience, the Pipestone Lake Lodge is just what the doctor ordered. The lodge holds up to 12 guests and offers light housekeeping suites with full bathrooms, hot and cold showers, full electricity, electric appliances, and a propane stove. The suites are 2-bedroom units with a hide-a-bed couch. Expect a full kitchen, and the lodge provides all of your linens. On-site is a little store with fishing supplies and a washing machine and dryer.

Fishing with Pipestone Lake Lodge & Outfitters

Both fly fishermen and Spin casters are welcome here and the lake offers some amazing opportunities for big fish. For fly fishermen, there is a huge population of whitefish that will wear you down. There is also ample opportunities to target and battle 40 plus inch Northern Pike on your fly rod.

For spin casters, there are a lot of big Pike available and plenty of Walleye too. It is not uncommon to battle a good sized Walleye and also land a big Northern Pike that is trying to eat your Walleye. That is just how many big Pike there are here.

Guests fish from Aluminum boats with flat floors and padded seats. Overall, expect a lot of prime fishing all day, every day. Kids and new fishermen have no problems catching a ton of fish.

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