Great Slave Lake Trophy Pike Fishing
NW Territories is home to world-famous Great Slave Lake, which is 300 miles long. Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge is located in a chain of islands, right in the heart of the North Arm of Great Slave Lake. They are the only sportfishing lodge in the 100-mile-long North Arm. This area is home to hundreds of bald eagles, waterfowl and many types of wildlife, such as black bear, moose, lynx, wolves, and wild wood bison.
Fishing Great Slave Lake
The fishing areas are protected against the winds from the north, and that means you can always catch fish. The trophy pike are large because of the abundance of bait fish, no fishing pressure, a catch-and-release policy and a perfect habitat. The best fishing is close to the lodge, so you don’t waste time traveling. 99% of their clients catch a 40-inch trophy or better during peak season, June 1st to July 31st, and every season a handful of fish, 50-inches or better, is caught. Fishing on top with a fly rod, casting a Moss-Boss, or buzz bait is especially exciting. While fishing in the cold weedy waters of the North Arm, you will see the boil of the pike as they stalk their prey. Their attack is ferocious, and several hits may occur before the final strike. Single barbless hooks are mandatory.
Boats and Guides
Fully equipped 18’ boats with 25 to 40 horsepower outboards. Two anglers per guide and boat. Guides are fully trained in wilderness first aid/CPR and are masters in preparing a true North Canadian shore lunch from the morning’s catch. The lodge does not supply fishing tackle or the use of rods or reels. You’ll be guided a minimum of eight hours a day. In the evenings, you have the option of fishing from a canoe, fishing from shore near the lodge, or paying a guide to fish additional hours.
Trout Rock Lodge
Daily schedule: Breakfast at 8:00 a.m., then on the water to fish. Shore lunch around 1:00 p.m., fish the afternoon, arriving back at the dock around 6:00 p.m. and dinner is at 7:00 p.m.
You’ll have a minimum of eight hours a day, and then in the evenings, you have the option of fishing from a canoe, fishing from shore near the lodge, or paying a guide to fish additional hours.
You'll fly to Yellowknife, which is the capital of the Northwest Territories. Normally, you’ll arrive at the lodge the same day you leave home. Around 7:00 p.m., you'll take a 12-minute floatplane flight to the lodge; this flight is included in the package. The night you depart from the lodge, you’ll need to stay overnight in Yellowknife; the overnight is not included in the package.
About Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge
Trout Rock Island is located in the pristine North Arm of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. The lodge is only a 12-minute float plane ride from Yellowknife. That means you will most likely fly to the lodge the same day you leave home and avoid the hassle of staying at a hotel upon arrival in Yellowknife. Remember this is the land of the midnight sun. Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge features home-cooked meals and northern hospitality, cozy, private, guest cabins, a hot tub, and pitch-and-putt golf course.
U.S.D. does not include 5% GST.
Two anglers per guide.
Four anglers per room.
3-nights and 3-full days of fishing $2,245.00 p.p.
5-nights and 5-full days of fishing $3,245.00 p.p.
7-nights and 7-full days of fishing $4,245.00 p.p.
Extra day $595.00
Transfer from Yellowknife Airport, float plane charter to Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge and back, accommodations, meals at the lodge, use of boat and motor with one guide per two anglers.
Packages do not include:
Airfare to Yellowknife, taxes, accident insurance, cancellation insurance, fishing license, fishing tackle, or the use of rods or reels, alcohol or mix beverages, soda, accommodations and meals in or en route to Yellowknife, gratuities, 5% GST, and anything not mentioned under inclusions. Fishing lures are for sale at the lodge.