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- Access: Drive In Camp
- Where We Fish: Jan Lake
- What we fish for: Walleye, Northern Pike, Brook/Speckled Trout, Lake Trout, Yellow Perch, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish
The Three Lakes Camp is accessible by vehicle and sits along the shores of beautiful Jan Lake. The Three Lakes Camp is Located 400 km northeast of Saskatoon making it an easy drive to camp. Prince Albert is located right in the middle between Saskatoon and Three Lakes Camp. To get there by car, just take the 11, to the 55, to the 106. Guests choose the Three Lakes Camp because the lake is a haven for fishing and wildlife. Guests of the lodge have access to many kinds of fish including Walleye, big Northern Pike, Whitefish, Yellow Perch, and an amazing lineup of Trout such as Rainbows, Brook, and big Lake Trout.
Fishing with Three Lakes Camp
The Best time to Target big Trophy Northern Pike is in June before the water gets too warm. In August and September, the winter feeding begin and the Northern Pike and Walleye are hunting for food. This is a big lake, some 15 miles long and close to seven miles wide. There are plenty of coves, hidden bays, and rocky points for you to target. There you will find the big Trophy Fish. For Pike, the best place to look is in the thick cabbage weed beds where they tend to lurk. The bigger Walleye like to find a place to perch and they often take the smaller cabbage weed patches. Because the juvenile Walleye tend to hunt in packs, you can really slay them when you find them.
Overall, the fishing here will not disappoint you. Expect plenty of wildlife, comfortable cabins, and outstanding fishing.
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