Reindeer Lake Lodge



    Northern Saskatchewan, SK, Canada






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    You know what they say... "BIG LAKE - BIG FISH" and it doesn't get any bigger than Reindeer Lake. Reindeer Lake is one of the top, if not the top lake for Trophy Northern Pike and Trophy Lake Trout fishing in North America not to mention Walleye and Arctic Grayling making the Canadian grand slam of fishing all at your finger tips. Fresh, blue, clear, cold water and over 95 tributaries and rivers have given Reindeer Lake a world renowned reputation of being a fish factory, Reindeer Lake has almost two million acres to hunt and conquer the fish of your dreams. The tenth biggest lake in North America and twenty second biggest on the planet but with one very important exception from many other big lakes out there. Reindeer Lake has 5500 islands on it. No it's not a misprint and not sure who counted them all, but with five thousand five hundred islands you will never miss a day of fishing to bad weather as with many other big lakes. All those islands provide thousands of sheltered spots to fish in all weather conditions. These islands also make for such natural beauty that you may forget to take a breath ... until that monster Pike wakes you up!

    Our guests catch and release more than 1000 northern pike over 40 inches each year with many in the 50 inch range. How about one boat catching 18 Northern's over 40 inches in one morning. Our guests have caught in excess of 200 Lake Trout over 20 lbs. with some of the monsters in excess of 60 lbs. 21 Northerns over 40 inches in 120 minutes ...unbelievable? Not here!

    What Do We Fish For?

    June 10 to Sept 10
    • Arctic Grayling
    • Northern Pike
    • Lake Trout
    • Walleye (Pickerel)


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    Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include taxes, gratuities, or fishing license/stamp.

    There are discounts for private aircraft flying in to the Lodge airstrip or floatplane base.

    Please add an additional $150/day for odd number groups and singles.

    Discounts for children 12 and under, and groups with 10 or more.

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    What's included?

    How many hours of guided fishing?

    8 hours

    Return transportation to/from Saskatoon      

    Equipment / gear / tackle / bait:

    Fish processing:     


    All meals / snacks / non-alcoholic drinks:


    Complimentary cocktail or beverage every evening.


    Complimentary cocktail or beverage every evening.


    • Hors d'oeuvres at Happy Hour in the lodge preceding evening dinner
    • Separate main dining lodge with lounge and meeting area
    • Professional guide per two fishermen
    • Daily maid service
    • The use of all Lodge facilities and equipment.


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    Over the years many upgrades were made like a new lodge and many modern cabins with all the amenities of home. We have a variety of modern and vintage style private cabins with hot showers, hotel style beds, fluffy towels, flush toilets, individually controlled propane cabin heaters and daily maid service all for your relaxation and comfort. We limit the number of guests per week which along with your own private cabin provides an exclusive and intimate experience second to none.

    Corporate buyout:     

    10% discount per person if you book the entire lodge.

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    Average travel time to fishing grounds:

    15 mins.

    Other Activities Available


    For your convenience & privacy—Keurig hot beverage/coffee machines, mini fridge, and ice delivered to your cabin each afternoon. Now you can enjoy your first hot coffee of the day in the privacy of your cabin at whatever time you wish, or settle in with a hot chocolate before bedtime or spot of tea in the afternoon. Keurig beverage makers in your cabin give you the freedom to enjoy a hot beverage as early or as late as you wish. Brew a cup and stroll down to the dock or enjoy the quiet early morning mist rising off the lake from the comfort of your cabin.

    Our chefs strive diligently all day to prepare a hearty, 5 course dinner you are sure to love. Top it off with enticing, tempting desserts and you may need help to leave the table. Breakfast begins at seven o'clock in the morning with all your favorites including a staple of the North—Red River cereal; so warm & comforting with its nutty goodness. Eat a good, heartly breakfast - you're going to need it fighting all those gigantic fish !!


    Feel your tensions melt away as you enjoy an evening's sauna after a long day of serious exercise reeling in the big ones. Our fragrant cedar plank sauna is housed in one of the original vintage cabins at the lodge.



    Reindeer Lake Lodge operates in very remote areas. The land is beautiful yet unforgiving of the ill-prepared. That's why Reindeer Lake Lodge only operates the best boats made for the north country; comfortable, custom built, 18 foot Lund and Alumarine boats. These Northern Canada, wilderness tough boats are equipped with custom built padded seats with spring ride and air cushion suspension, raised casting decks, and rod holders, great storage and all operated by professional guides. Powering our boats are new 50h.p. four stroke Yamaha outboards. Quiet, reliable and quick, it's a great combination that will get you where you need to be. Each boat is equipped with long range tanks, VHF two-way radios and all the gear necessary for a superb day on the water.



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    Deposit required: US$1,000.00

    Balance due: April 1st.

    Our cancellation policy is 90 days prior to departure. All payments except for deposits will be credited for a future trip to be used within two seasons. Non-refundable deposit of CA$1000.00 per person is required to confirm and lock in your reservations. Balance of payment due by April 1st in the year the trip is booked. Reservations can be transferred or sold to another party where applicable. We recommend purchasing cancellation insurance for your trip.

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    • boats and fuel
    • guiding
    • all meals
    • fish processing (unless fishing is catch-and-release only, this is not applicable)
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