Your Saskatchewan fishing adventure awaits.
What do you really want when you head to a fishing camp in Canada?
You want a cozy place to stay. You want a boat and motor. You want great fishing. And, you want to be surrounded by your family and fishing friends to enjoy the experience with you.
That's what you get at Baptiste Lake Lodge, a self-guided, fly-in fishing camp in beautiful northern Saskatchewan. And, best of all, you get it for a great price.
Baptiste Lake Lodge is located approximately 95 air miles northwest from LaRonge, Saskatchewan. Access is by air only, either in a Turbo Otter or a Twin Otter. The trip into camp alone is worth the price.
Only one group at a time is allowed and you are on your own. No schedules to keep and you have use of two beautiful lakes -- Baptiste Lake and Jean Lake -- and the Norbert River.
This is a "catch and release" operation, and the number of fishermen is limited to protect the resource.
Consume the "eating size" in camp, but return the larger fish to be caught again. For the trophies, measure, weigh, photograph, release, and have a replica made if you wish.