This Fly-in lodge with it's own runway (both on deeded property) offers American plan fishing adventure packages which includes accommodation atthe lodge, boat, motor, guide and airfare from Winnipeg to the lodge and return. The size of the fishing lodge is important. The lodge is able to accommodate large groups; however, still small enough to offer more personalized service. Regardless of the size of the group, the lodge can accommodate from one to thirty. The Sportsman is in the heart of the remote Canadian wilderness. Every cabin is well furnished with the everyday modern conveniences.with the ultimate fishing experience of a lifetime.
The finest fishing Canada has to offer Trophy fishing for Northern Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout and Brook Trout on the world famous river. Trophy size Canada Northern Pike, Canada Lake Trout, and Canada Walleye are caught within minutes of the lodge. In the season of 98, there was a 47.5 Northern Pike caught right off shore at the lodge.
On the days when the weather is less than perfect or when health reasons dictate, the guests can fish within minutes of the lodge and still have an excellentopportunity to land that big one. No matter which way the wind blows, the guests of this lodge will always have productive water to fish. For groups who like to book early, the location on the lake offers some of the first water to be ice free.
You're in the heart of the remote Canadian wilderness; however, the guests will make themselves at home in oneof the seven rustic log cabins. It's a true Canada fishing paradise with world class fishing adventure. A shore lunch of morning's catch, cooked on the rocky shores will be their daily treat! The guests will rough it in comfort as they enjoy a shore lunch of morning'scatch, in remote Northern Manitoba where they will find crystal clear water, abundant wildlife, and beautiful virgin wilderness.!
The guests will experience the same untouched wilderness the first explorers of North America saw hundreds of years ago. They can walk on the sand beach where Cree Indians landed their birch bark canoes filled with fur to trade for the white man's goods.
Beaver pelts were the currency of the day and were traded for muskets, knives, axes, cooking pots, beads and blankets. Although we only read of such things in history books, the guests of the lodge have a chance to go back in time and have the same experience of exploring the virgin wilderness at this lodge.