Reindeer Lake, Saskatchewan
World famous for its rich fishing habitat.
An Unlimited Shoreline
World Renowned Fishing
Reindeer Lake is located just below the Northwest Territories on the border between northeastern Saskatchewan and northwestern Manitoba, with the majority in Saskatchewan. Placed perfectly in the northern part of the beautiful boreal forest and on the fringe of the arctic circle, Reindeer Lake thrives with vegetation as opposed to being a little bit further north in the barren lands of the arctic with little to no trees and vegetation. Having some of the largest amount of shoreline in the world for a freshwater lake produces endless amounts of weed bed for a healthy underwater habitat…proving Reindeer Lake is one of the most amazing lakes in North America!
One of the most important decisions when deciding where to make your next fly-in fishing lodge destination is the LOCATION and the LAKE ITSELF! Choosing these carefully will make a huge difference between a good fishing trip and a great one.
Record Sized Fish
Here are a few things you should consider before making your decision:
Characteristics of sustaining a great trophy fishing lake normally includes the size, plenty of islands to shelter from the elements as well as providing bays, channels and endless weedy shoreline. Plenty of rivers and contributories, watershed and rocky structure. Located in a remote isolated location away from large populations.
The lake is considered one of the top fisheries in the world for trophy Pike. It is also a premier fishery for Lake Trout, Walleye and Arctic Grayling and is home to many species of fish including Lake Whitefish, Burbot, and Perch.
Arctic Lodges is perfectly situated in the middle of the lake, giving guests of the lodge relatively quick and easy access to all areas of the lake.
During your stay with us, you have a real opportunity to catch a world record sized fish.
- 2nd largest freshwater lake in Saskatchewan, 10th largest in North America and 22nd largest in the world
- Nearly 2 million fishable acres
- Sheltered by the elements with over 5500 islands giving 5700 miles of shoreline for a thriving fishing habitat
- Grand Slam fishing for trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling and Walleye plus several other fish species
- Maximum length of 230kms (140 miles)
- Maximum width of 60kms (37 miles)
- Maximum depth of 719 feet
- Average depth of 56 feet
- Lake type and origin – glacial
- Frozen from November to June
- 94 freshwater rivers creeks and contributories
- Un-compromised fish habitat
- Inflow from the Cochrane River and also fed by numerous rivers and streams
- Outflow to the Reindeer River, into the Churchill River thence east towards Hudson Bay