June – August
Conveniently located just two hours north of Winnipeg, Manitoba in the Whiteshell Provincial Park, this fly-in lodge offers excellent mixed bag fishing for walleye, smallmouth bass, and northern pike. The modern log lodge and guest cabins are strategically located right in the heart of the fishing with no long boat rides. The area is known for its excellent number of walleye and vertical jigging with a minnow can produce upwards of 50-100 walleyes a day! The area is also a world-class smallmouth bass fishery with several Master Angler (18″) bass produced here each season. Northern pike round out the fishing opportunities, which gives the angler a realistic chance at catching all three species on any given day. Of course, the highlight of your day will be a traditional shore lunch prepared by your guide. Besides the main lodge which serves as the central dining area, there are five multi-bedroom, two full bath, guest cabins that can comfortably sleep 4-12 guests (most bedrooms have 2-3 beds). Each cabin has electric heat and a/c, a kitchenette, living area with satellite tv, and a deck overlooking the water. The clubroom features a large screen satellite tv, gym equipment, pool table, dart boards, large cedar hot tub on deck, and is a great place to relax after a day on the water. Complimentary wireless internet is also available. You’ll fish from comfortable 16′-18′ boats equipped with 40 hp outboards, and each boat has comfortable swivel seats, fish finders, and all safety essentials. Enjoy this remote fishery, and the best part is you can get there in one day!
“Everything was fantastic ! The staff was attentive to details. The food was fantastic as well. The 2 guides we had each day were so enjoyable to spend the day with fishing. The shore lunches they cooked were over the top! I thought it would be a once in a lifetime trip but as it turns out everyone wants to go back! My wife and all 3 boys all had a great time as well. The boys said “best trip yet” and we do a lot of traveling. Thanks again for the recommendation. It created a family experience that will forever be remembered. I would highly recommend.” J. Dones (2015)
“Just a short note to tell you about the experience Matt and I had at this is a first class lodge. The fishing was great along with the breakfast and dinners..The guide did a great job and had terrific shore lunches. I loved the cable t.v. in the cabin. They also bring in a thermos of hot coffee at 7:00 each morning.” N. Dupon (2016)
Fly in rates:
2-nights/3-days fishing $1,955
3-night/3-days fishing $2,090
4-night/3-days fishing $2,390
5-nights/4-days fishing $2,810
6-nights/5-days fishing $3,235
Rates are per person and based on shared guide/min. party of four. Additional fee may apply for smaller groups. Plus 9% Tax.
Airport transfers approx: Transfer cost from Winnipeg to our float plane base are $180 each and are scheduled for a
Transfer costs from Winnipeg to our boat Base are $240 each and are scheduled for a
Fly to Winnipeg by 2:30 p.m. where you will drive yourself or be met and transported 1.25 hours to the float-plane base. You will then be flown twenty five minutes to the lodge. If you plan to drive from the states, instructions to the float-plane base will be provided. Once at the lodge, you will be shown to your cabin and provided with an orientation. Dinner is served at 6:30p.m. Breakfast is at 7:30 a.m. each morning and the guides will be waiting at the dock by 8 a.m. A cooler with drinks will be packed on board for you. If you prefer not to have a shore lunch, please advise your guide the evening prior so that sandwiches can be made for you. The boats typically return to the dock by 5 p.m.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.