Hatchet Lake Lodge Fishing Packages
Destination City - Winnipeg, Canada
The premier fishing lodge in northern Canada, Hatchet Lake Lodge is the destination of choice for catching northern pike, lake trout, arctic grayling and walleye in the pristine waters of the Saskatchewan wilderness. With four star service and luxury accommodations served by a private runway in the heart of one of the world's most beautiful and unspoiled landscapes, Hatchet Lake Lodge offers the adventure of a lifetime. With 5000 square miles of pristine open water, teeming with trophy-size northern pike, lake trout, walleye and arctic grayling, Hatchet Lake Lodge will give you the fishing adventure of a lifetime. Hatchet Lake Lodge, a warm and welcoming refuge at the edge of an awe-inspiring wilderness. Whether you are a first-time visitor or a longtime friend, we look forward to sharing with you the splendor of the landscape, the thrill of some of the best fishing you'll ever experience, and the hospitality of a place where your comfort is everything.
5 Days / 4 Nights / 4 Days Fishing - $4,295 per person (double occupancy), plus airfare to Winnipeg
9 Days / 8 Nights / 8 Days Fishing - $6,295 per person (double occupancy), plus airfare to Winnipeg
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Round-trip charter flight from Winnipeg to the Lodge
Shuttle service between hotel and airport in Winnipeg
Hearty breakfast, shore lunch, hors d'oeuvres and dinner daily
Comfortable modern cabins with hot showers
Main Lodge with lake view dining, lounge and meeting facilities
Professional guide for every two anglers
16 ft. Alumarine boat, spring-ride swivel seats with back rests
Optional fly-out fishing
Daily Fly-outs $325.00 per person/day (Based on 4 people on Beaver or 6 people on Turbo Otter)
Hotel in Winnipeg
Early June to Mid August. Northern Pike are the single most sought-after fish in our system of lakes, and we have some heart stopping pike action awaiting your arrival. While pike in the 6-15 pound range are the norm, there were dozens of trophy fish in the 20-30 pound class as well. (Lodge Record Northern Pike is 35 lbs!) Lake Trout are the signature fish of the North Country, and Hatchet Lake is a tremendous laker fishery, with huge fish being caught every season. When the bite is on, you can land dozens in just a few hours. Our current lake trout record is 44 pounds, with fish in the 4-10 pound range being routine. Lake trout cruise the shallows right after ice-out in June. They drop deep during the summer months and return to shallow reefs and rocky points in September to spawn. During July and August, vertical jigging the lakers from deep, cold-water holes is great fun.
Now accepting reservations for 2009 & 2010 season. Please call us to confirm space availability or to request specific dates.
You fly to Winnipeg, where you will overnight and transfer to Hatchet Lake Lodge the following day.
The accommodations at Hatchet Lake Lodge take first-time guests by surprise. Here you are, in as deep a wilderness as you've ever experienced, yet you find yourself in the lap of luxury. Perched on a private island, the lodge is a magnificent three-level log structure with a commanding view of Hatchet Lake. There you'll find the dining room, lounge, game area, bar, tackle shop, kitchen and exercise room. Our guest cabins are painstakingly crafted by Cree and Dene builders from hand-peeled locally harvested logs, offering the rustic beauty of a traditional cabin with all the comforts of modern five-star hospitality.
With 5000 square miles of pristine open water, teeming with trophy-size northern pike, lake trout, walleye and arctic grayling, Hatchet Lake Lodge will give you the fishing adventure of a lifetime, whether you are an experienced angler or a beginner. Northern Pike are the single most sought-after fish in our system of lakes, and we have some heart stopping pike action awaiting your arrival. While pike in the 6-15 pound range are the norm, there were dozens of trophy fish in the 20-30 pound class as well. (Lodge Record Northern Pike is 35 lbs!)
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