Northern Pike: Freshwater "sharks" over 20 lbs. or 40 inches are common! Our overall lodge record is 53 inches!

Taken from our clear, cold waters, these northerns are as tasty as any fish. In addition to the early season wild fishing, they are also readily caught in late August and September in the weedbeds, using similar tactics. For a real challenge try fly fishing for these monsters using a medium weight fly rod and streamer flies. Our lodge record for pike caught on the fly is 47.5 inches. All pike over 30 inches (75 cm.) must be released.


Lake Trout: Sheer numbers and size make this the other most sought after fish. Excellent lakebottom structure with holes up to 200 ft. deep and many miles of rocky shoreline make Oliver Lake a top-notch breeding ground for Saskatchewan's only native trout. Fishing for them is excellent at all times during the season. During the spawn in September, catch and releases of up to 200 fish/day will wear out any fisherman! All trout over 26 inches (65 cm.) must be released.


Walleye: Our best walleye fishing occurs in smaller, shallower lakes that only you, our guests, will have access to. Lodge policy requires that only walleye needed for shore lunch can be kept. All walleye over 22 inches (55 cm.) must be released.


Arctic Grayling (catch and release only) These small, beautiful fish are a thrill to catch on ultralight tackle or with a fly-rod. Bring your ultralite tackle and complete the Grand Slam of fishing in Saskatchewan with trout, pike, walleye, and grayling or whitefish! A once in a lifetime experience.