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  • 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

The Ubiquity Lake Outfitters is accessible only by float plane and offers outstanding fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout, and Walleye. The Ubiquity Lake Outfitters sits in Northeastern Saskatchewan and 100 miles North of Buffalo Narrows. Getting here is easy as most guests fly into Saskatoon or Edmonton. From either location, a short drive to Buffalo Narrows sets you up for a float plane hop to the lodge. Guests can also fly to Buffalo Narrows too.

Lodging with Ubiquity Lake Outfitters

Guests have two options for lodging here — The Ubiquity Lake lodge or the Carpenter Lake Outpost Cabin. With the Ubiquity Lake lodge, you have a meal plan options with the outpost cabin you are cooking your own meals. both places offer comfortable beds and prime access to fishing.

Carpenter Lake Cabin offers room for six guests, a generator for power, a propane stove, fridge, and freezer, plus all the cooking gear you need. When you choose Carpenter Lake you pretty much do your own thing.

Ubiquity Lake is a set of two cabins that hold a total of 12 guests. This is a semi-modern lodge with hot and cold running water, indoor plumbing and bathrooms with hot showers, and 24-hour electricity. Meals are served family style

Fishing with Ubiquity Lake Outfitters

People choose the Ubiquity Lake Outfitters because the fishing here is outstanding. You can target big Northern Pike, Big Lake Trout, and Big Walleye. In addition to the good fishing, you are the only camp on the lake so you are not having to vie for the best fishing spots. What makes this a great fishing spot is that when you find a hidden bay, coast into it, you can see the big Pike. They like to lounge in the shallow waters where it is warm. In this case, the word "Pike" is plural because where you catch one you are likely to catch four or five of them. If you happen onto a place where the cabbage weed is thick, then you might catch the 40-50 inch beasts that lurk there. That is one of the things that sets this lodge apart. You don't just catch a big Pike and then move on to a new sport. You just keep fishing.

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