Do you want to catch the biggest freshwater fish of your life? Trout Camp is home to some of the best and biggest fishing stories out there… one boat caught eight 40″ Northern Pike in a single day. Come to Trout Camp for a 5-day fully guided, all-inclusive, totally remote experience led by local experts. You will eat well, sleep well and fish well.


Starting at $1,495.00

7 days/ 8 nights  3295.00
6 days / 7 nights  2800.00
5 days / 6 nights 2495.00
4 days / 5 nights 1895.00
3 days / 4 nights 1495.00

A deposit of $500 per person is required to hold your fishing reservation.

Fishing licenses are not included in the package price and may be purchased at our store in the main lodge.

For more information please call the lodge. We would love to help you out. (970) 222-2546

Note: All rates quoted above are in U.S. funds.


May 31 – June 6
June 7 – June 13
June 14 – June 20 Sold Out
June 21 – June 27
June 28 – July 4
July 5 – July 11
July 12 – July 18
July 19 – July 25
July 26 – Aug. 1
Aug 2 – Aug 8
Aug 9 – Aug 15
Aug 16 – Aug 22
Aug 23 – Aug 29
Aug 30 – Sept 5
Sept. 6 – Sept 12
Sept. 13 – Sept 19
Sept 20 – Sept 26
Sept 27- Oct. 3

**Availability subject to change. Please call 970-222-2546 for session inquires.


– Natural log cabins equipped with modern amenities
– Daily maid service
– Meals and shore lunch
– Native guide
– Motorized boat with gas / 2 guests per boat
– Fish processing
– Fully guided fishing trips
– Bait & Tackle included


Getting to Trout Camp is no easy task, and that’s what makes it so special. We are located 14 miles past the end of the road. Upon arrival, we will be waiting at the dock ready to boat you into camp. This is how you get there:


Driving from the US to Trout Camp will generally take upwards of 20 hours. Most people will split the drive into 2 days. The most common cities to stay along the way are Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and LaRonge. All of these cities are located in Saskatchewan.

It is important to consider that the further north you travel, the less amenities you will have, and prices will go up. Set your GPS to Southend, SK. We share a parking lot with Nordic Lodge. Follow the signs to Nordic Lodge. If you find yourself crossing the bridge into the actual town of Southend, SK you have gone too far. Give the lodge a call when departing LaRonge, SK and be sure to fill up on gas while you are there.


The airport that you will be flying into is Saskatoon International (YXE) Airport. This is the closest airport where you will be able to rent a vehicle. It is important to rent an SUV or Truck in order to drive the last stretch of road from LaRonge to Southend, SK. The only USA direct flight is out of Minneapolis, MN. You can either stay the evening in Saskatoon or, hit the road and make it to the lake after sundown. Please coordinate with the lodge your travel plans.

Once you hit the road, you will drive north through Prince Albert and LaRonge. Please reference the “DRIVE” travel info for more details on getting to camp.


You can fly all the way to the lodge in a float plane. First, you will fly into Saskatoon, SK. You will need to book a flight on Transwest Airlines from Saskatoon (YXE) to LaRonge, SK. Upon arrival to LaRonge, SK, Transwest will provide a shuttle to the Water Base in LaRonge, where you will hop on a float plane to camp.

You can book your float plane through the lodge and can contact us for pricing / scheduling. Transwest have multiple sizes of floatplane and can accommodate 2 – 10 guests depending on luggage and weight requirements. Hop on the plane and we will see you at camp.

Please call the lodge (306) 758-2296 or (970) 222-2546 for any questions about travel arrangements.
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