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Saskatchewan Fli in fishingOliver Lake Wilderness Lodge
Imagine fishing over 60 miles of water all to yourself. Located 160 air miles north of La Ronge, we are the only lodge on the entire system. Fish for trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye all within the same body of water. Oliver Lake Wilderness Lodge as been practicing catch & release since 1993 to ensure a quality trophy fishery for years to come. With Northern Pike over the magical 50 inch mark and Lake Trout over 40lbs been released every year, you are guaranteed and chance at a true trophy. All of our cabins are fully modern and facing the lake. New boats and motors are a standard to ensure a safe and pleasant experience while out on the lake. Corporate discounts available. Also offering trophy Moose and Bear hunts.

SaskatchewanBeaver Lodge Fly-in
Imagine flying by floatplane into the farthest northern wilderness of Saskatchewan where a beautiful log constructed fishing lodge awaits you with comfortable and modern facilities, which are foreign to this outpost region of Canada.  Lower Foster Lake is stuffed with Trophy Northern Pike and Monster Lake Trout. The scenery is breathtaking, the air crystal clean and the abundance of wildlife reminds you of a time when exploring uncharted wilderness was an everyday activity. It's all here waiting for you.  Beaver Lodge is located 100 air miles north of La Ronge, Saskatchewan and only accessible by floatplane. The main lodge was originally built by the world famous Jacques Cousteau for filming a documentary on aquatic wildlife such as beavers and otters. Recently, many new additions to the main lodge as well as new cabins have been added.

Saskatchewan LodgePine Island Resort Ltd.
Northern Saskatchewan is one of the top fly-in fishing destinations in Canada for big Monster Northern Pike and feisty Walleyes. Pine Island Resort is lucky to be located on Black Bear Island Lake, which is a widening of the famous Churchill River. Both the river and the lake are stuffed with Walleyes and Monster Northern Pike.  Guests can expect to catch 50 to 100 Walleyes in a day, depending on how hard they fish. We also have great numbers of Northern Pike in any size but our claim to fame is the Monster Northerns, which patrol our water and eat anything. Our guests catch-&-release trophy Pike all summer in the 40 to 50-inch range with a few 52 inchers in the last couple of years.