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George Lake Camp Outfitting
George Lake Camp Outfitting
George Lake has over 4,000 acres of crystal clear water with many bays, coves and islands. It has an abundance of northern pike, lake trout, and whitefish from eating size to trophy size and you won't need a guide to catch them, but local guides are available for an extra fee. In 2003 we began a regulated catch-and-release (with barbless hooks) type 1 (CR1) policy to keep George Lake a major trophy lake, but you can keep a number of fish each day to eat in camp. We have a fleet of 14-foot aluminum boats with 9.9 hp Evinrude motors to get you around to the best fishing spots. A short walk away there is another lake with walleye and northern pike for you walleye enthusiasts.
Phone: (406) 644-2297
Trout Fishing Secrets
Trout Fishing Secrets
"At Last! A Proven Method For Catching Trout Every Time You Go Fishing!"
"And it's dead easy to learn. Read on to discover how the skills and methods used by Hunters are astonishingly effective for catching fish. You really can catch a bag full on every trip!"
Birch Narrows Lodge
We offer fishing, adventure, and culture experiences for individuals, families and groups, including small business groups. Guests are provided with trips and experiences to learn about, and appreciate the natural environment, and the culture of the First Nations people, along with great fishing.
Address: Suite 203-4208 97St., Edmonton, T6E 5Z9, AB, Canada
Phone: (780) 424-2430
Ena Lake Lodge
We invite you to expand your horizons and join us where we have created an extraordinary wilderness lodge featuring a variety of quality fishing opportunities, fine dining, comfortable accommodation and a personally catered atmosphere for a few fortunate souls who wish to get away for an unforgettable adventure. Come and be our guest!
Address: 11420 - 142 Street, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5M 1V1
Phone: Toll Free: 1-866-443-5740
Fishhook Bay Lodge
Fishhook Bay Lodge Inc. is located on Beaver Lodge Lake near Lake Athabasca, which is the 19th biggest lake in the world, and home to the world's largest lake trout (102lb 6oz).
Address: #200-10525-Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1Z4, Canada
Phone: (780) 426-1084
Indian Head Camp Adventures
The lodge features inviting leisure and recreation areas that encourage relaxation and enjoyment of the panoramic views of the lake and northern forests and most important, the pleasure of companionship with friends and fellow fishermen. A large deck enables you to enjoy the freshness of the outdoors, the sounds of the wilderness, wildlife and waves of the lake lapping up on the shore.
Address: 8124 Fraser Ave., Fort McMurray, AB, T9H 1W6
Phone: (780) 743-2171
Grey Owl Camp
Located 100 miles (160 Kilometers) north of La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Grey Owl Camp Fly-In is situated on a remote, scenic lake, in the Canadian Shield Wilderness. This beautiful northern lake has an abundant supply of both Lake Trout and Northern Pike.
Address: 267 Church Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4X 1R8
Phone: (306) 543-1516
Hunter Bay Lodge
Boat In: Our boat shuttle runs almost every day throughout the month of June. It is a scenic 42 mile boat ride that weaves through many of the one thousand islands on this large lake. If you bring your own boat and you are unfamiliar with this lake I would recommend that you time your vacation so you may follow the boat shuttle across the lake to our camp. Our main departure point is the Sundance Marina in the town of La Ronge.
Fly In: The 20 minute flight is very scenic and an enjoyable part of a fishing vacation. If you choose to fly in, you are limited to 40 lbs of luggage per person.
Address: Rob Manley, C/O Hunter Bay Lodge, Box 42, Site 600, RR #6, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, S7K 3J9
Phone: (306) 227-5494
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