Fishing at Reindeer Lake
The World’s Best Freshwater Fishing Experience
World Record Opportunity for Anglers
Arctic Lodges is placed on what is said to be the best location on the lake. With little to no pressure on the fish, our guests are able to catch and release well over a 1000 trophy fish every season! Come experience Arctic Lodges and see for yourself how thriving the freshwater ecosystem is below the waters of the legendary Reindeer Lake.
Almost all guests of Arctic Lodges will catch a “Master Angler” Northern Pike, with many more catching Pike over the 45″ mark and bigger. Each year a few anglers are fortunate enough to bring in a 50″ and sometimes even bigger!
Traditionally, the most popular method of catching Arctic Grayling is on the fly, in both rivers or on the lake. A 4wt rod is recommended. Grayling will often rise to a dry fly, which makes fly fishing for them a thrill! Insect imitations will provide you with the most success.
Get ready to be blown away with the size of Lake Trout that have been caught at Arctic Lodges. Having some of the largest Trout in the world, Reindeer Lake gives our guests the opportunity at catching a new world record.
There are few places on earth where the Walleye have as beautiful colouring as on Reindeer Lake! Once you find one, you’ve found dozens, maybe even hundreds!
Trolling structured points for Walleye is often the easiest way to find them.
Geared for the most demanding Angler
Arctic Lodges operates 18′ Crestliner boats with a raised casting platform and all the modern amenities. All boats are powered by 4 stroke outboards.
The entire fleet is equipped with comfortable swivel, pedestal seating, livewells, coolers and all the modern electronics available to today’s anglers.
Our experienced guides are friendly and trained in targeting all species by any method of angling possible. Learn how our professional guides can help you on your next fishing adventure to Arctic Lodges.
Fly fishing for trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling and Walleye has become a growing trend, and we encourage giving it a try, even if you have never before held a fly rod.