Lloyd Lake Lodge is a cherished haven nestled in the wilds of Saskatchewan, where brothers Derrick and Desi found their soul place as young boys. Their story of growing up in this remote fishing paradise, passed down through generations, has now become a reality as they own and operate the lodge. It all began in 1947 when legendary bush pilot Johnny Midget built cabins by Lloyd Lake, eventually transforming it into a lodge for guests. Over the years, it changed hands, but the Pliska family and later Sam Qualls and Connie Furrlow continued the legacy. When Sam decided to sell, Derrick and Desi’s grandfather seized the opportunity, fulfilling their lifelong dream of owning Lloyd Lake Lodge. Today, the lodge offers guests a chance to disconnect from everyday life, immerse themselves in the wild, and experience the profound joys of fishing and freedom, just as the generations before them did.