Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan

Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan

Patrick Babcock of Cree River lodge has provided a 1 person fishing trip to a remote part of northern Saskatchewan. The modern lodge is located on Wapata Lake, just off the eastern tip of Lake Athabasca and only 75 miles from the NWT boarder. Cree River Lodge has been described as the pike fishing capital of the world. Every year pike are caught and released in the 45”– 50” range. That is world class, but if big pike don’t interest you how about Walleye and Arctic Grayling. This is a full guided trip with daily maid service and meals provided. This trip is based out of Stoney Rapids, Saskatchewan. There is a commercial airline flight available from Saskatoon to Stoney Rapids. Once at Stoney Rapids it is a quick Jet boat ride to the luxury lodge. Or you can take a short 10 minute float plane ride for an extra charge. Lake Trout fishing is also available on a fly out for an extra charge.

If you have been to this lodge before, please let someone else experience the fishing trip of a lifetime.

This trip can be extended for $400.00/day. Additional anglers are welcome. The lodge can accommodate up to 20 anglers.

We would like to thank Cree River Lodge for this 100% donation.

$2,000 CAN

www.creeriverlodge.ca

Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan
Cree River Lodge Fishing trip for 1 angler for 3 days in Northern Saskatchewan

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