Minor Bay Lodge - Wollaston Lake Northern Pike Fishing
Minor Bay Lodge is located on the southwest corner of Wollaston Lake, Canada’s 13th largest lake and the spawning ground of monstrous northern pike and lake trout. The lake covers an area of over 1,300 square miles, with over 800 square miles of water within its boundaries.
Minor Bay Lodge Fishing - Saskatchewan
Minor Bay Lodge is open June and July, only two months for peak fishing. Located in the heart of Wollaston Lake, the lodge's location provides the ideal fish habitat not only for trophy pike but also lake trout and walleye.
Due to the convenient placement of the lodge, boat rides to the best fishing spots are surprisingly short. In case of bad weather, there are many sheltered bays, channels, and points close to the lodge that are home to trophy pike throughout the season.
18’ to 20’ aluminum boats with Yamaha 50-h.p. 4-stroke engines. Excellent professional guides, who prepare a daily delicious shore lunch for you. Catch-and-release policy. All fish must be released, other than small fish kept for shore lunch. All grayling must be released.
Minor Bay Lodge is open June and July
Pike fishing: In the last season, their "Big Fish Log" recorded several hundred pike over 36 inches caught-and-released by guests, with nearly half being over 40 inches. A monster pike this season reached the 50-inch mark. Thousands of pike that didn’t quite make the 36” minimum were caught-and-released.
Minor Bay Lodge
Minor Bay Lodge has acquired a reputation as one of Canada’s top fishing lodges, beloved for its trophy pike and first-class lodging. The lodge is truly a wilderness adventure; complete with remarkable fishing, wildlife viewing, breathtaking vistas, and exceptional guides and staff. The lodge consists of the main lodge and seven modern guest cabins. All cabins feature a living room, two or more bedrooms, and full bathrooms with large shower stalls, electric baseboard heat, bar fridge, and hotel-grade double beds. Appetizers are served each evening before a three-course dinner. Their chefs prepare entrees such as baby back ribs, prime rib and more. Guests often enjoy a quiet drink in the lodge's screened verandah while watching the sun slowly set over Wollaston Lake. A computer with Wi-Fi is available for guests to use.
You’ll fly to Saskatoon. A lodge representative will greet you at the airport. You'll take a free hotel shuttle to the Saskatoon Hotel. In the morning, you'll meet the Minor Bay Lodge group in the lobby at 5:30 a.m. for the one hour and 45-minute charter flight to Points North Landing. From there, you'll take a 45-minute bus ride to the lodge. Following breakfast and orientation, you'll get in a full day's fishing.
You are not charged for the use of boats, motors or gas if you want to fish in the evening. Due to the nature of the lake, it is a camp policy that a guide must accompany the guests on any evening fishing excursion. Guides do this on a voluntary basis, as evening fishing is after their regular working hours. A tip of $40.00 to $50.00 per boat is customary.
U.S.D. does not includes GST.*
Double occupancy / p.p.
9-nights and 8-days guided fishing $6,495.00
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing $3,995.00
July 4th Special:
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing $3,995.00
Arrive at the Lodge on July 1st and depart on the 7th.
*Tax rebate: The total taxes are 10% (5% PST & 5% GST). BUT, non-residents of Canada who pay the deposit more than two weeks prior to their trip are eligible to have the lodge rebate 50% of the GST on their invoice. If FWL does not receive the deposit for your trip at least three (3) weeks prior to the start of your trip, you are no longer eligible for the GST rebate.
Airport reception and shuttle between airport and hotel in Saskatoon, roundtrip air transportation between Saskatoon and Points North Landing, the bus trip from Points North Landing to the lodge, lodging, meals, and guided fishing.
Packages do not include:
International airfare to Saskatoon, first night hotel and meals in Saskatoon, alcohol, Provincial and Federal sales taxes*, Saskatchewan conservation fishing licenses, float plane excursions, fishing tackle, or the use of rods or reels, staff and guide gratuities, and anything not mentioned under inclusions.