Come Experience Our

WORLD CLASS FLY FISHING

Trophy Lake Trout, Northern Pike & Arctic Grayling Abound in Our Many Lakes and Rivers

Come Experience Our

WORLD CLASS FLY FISHING

Trophy Lake Trout, Northern Pike & Arctic Grayling Abound in Our Many Lakes and Rivers

Adventures for the Discerning Fly Angler

The Northern Saskatchewan wilderness presents some unique opportunities when you travel with a fly rod to our remote location.

We have access to a wide network of lakes and rivers that hold incredible populations of trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling.

With the purchase of an Air Ranger 45 Hovercraft we will be able to open up new water that has never before seen a fly. We will be targeting untouched populations of wild arctic grayling, seeking out new waters with trophy northern pike and huge lake trout.

Come join us for an incredible fly fishing adventure!

Adventures for the Discerning Fly Angler

The Northern Saskatchewan wilderness presents some unique opportunities when you travel with a fly rod to our remote location.

We have access to a wide network of lakes and rivers that hold incredible populations of trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling.

With the purchase of an Air Ranger 45 Hovercraft we will be able to open up new water that has never before seen a fly. We will be targeting untouched populations of wild arctic grayling, seeking out new waters with trophy northern pike and huge lake trout.

Come join us for an incredible fly fishing adventure!

Northern Pike in Shallow Water, All Season Long

The Northern Pike chooses it’s location based on water temperature and food supply. Here, in far Northern Saskatchewan, the water stays cool and the pike stay shallow all season long.

Target these apex predators with top water and neutrally buoyant flies in 1-5 feet of water from June through until Early September.

Witnessing these ambush hunters attacking your fly with explosive takes is something every fly angler should experience in their lifetime!

Northern Pike in Shallow Water, All Season Long

The Northern Pike chooses it’s location based on water temperature and food supply. Here, in far Northern Saskatchewan, the water stays cool and the pike stay shallow all season long.

Target these apex predators with top water and neutrally buoyant flies in 1-5 feet of water from June through until Early September.

Witnessing these ambush hunters attacking your fly with explosive takes is something every fly angler should experience in their lifetime!

Big, BIG Lake Trout!

The lake trout is actually a member of the char family. Related to the brook (speckled) trout and it’s northern neighbour the Arctic Char this behemoth will grow up to 50lbs in our waters!

In June you can catch these giants in shallow water, even off the dock right in front of the lodge!

During the warmer months the fish school tightly in deeper water. A full sink line is required to get deep enough, but the fish will take aggressively and frequently!

Late August/early September is when these lakers prepare staging for their fall spawn. This is a special time! This is when you can target large amounts of trophy fish in shallow water! The fishing can be incredible with days of 100+ fish all too common!

Big, BIG Lake Trout!

The lake trout is actually a member of the char family. Related to the brook (speckled) trout and it’s northern neighbour the Arctic Char this behemoth will grow up to 50lbs in our waters!

In June you can catch these giants in shallow water, even off the dock right in front of the lodge!

During the warmer months the fish school tightly in deeper water. A full sink line is required to get deep enough, but the fish will take aggressively and frequently!

Late August/early September is when these lakers prepare staging for their fall spawn. This is a special time! This is when you can target large amounts of trophy fish in shallow water! The fishing can be incredible with days of 100+ fish all too common!

Sailfish of the North

The Arctic Grayling inhabits the clear, cold glacial rivers found throughout Northwestern Canada and Alaska.

These spectacular fish have a distinct prismatic iridescence and a large pronounced dorsal fin reminiscent of a tropical fish. 

Primarily an insectivore, the arctic grayling is the perfect target for the avid fly fisherman. 

You can catch these fish sub-surface on nymphs or streamers, but these fish will readily take a dry fly and so this remains the tactic of choice all season long!

Milton has some unique opportunities to fish some pristine rivers and runs that no angler has ever fished before. Contact us to find out more!

Sailfish of the North

The Arctic Grayling inhabits the clear, cold glacial rivers found throughout Northwestern Canada and Alaska.

These spectacular fish have a distinct prismatic iridescence and a large pronounced dorsal fin reminiscent of a tropical fish. 

Primarily an insectivore, the arctic grayling is the perfect target for the avid fly fisherman. 

You can catch these fish sub-surface on nymphs or streamers, but these fish will readily take a dry fly and so this remains the tactic of choice all season long!

Milton has some unique opportunities to fish some pristine rivers and runs that no angler has ever fished before. Contact us to find out more!

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