Selwyn Lake Lodge Saskatchewan

Hello friends, I was privileged enough to have visited Selwyn Lake Lodge, a premiere fishing lodge in northern Saskatchewan. Selwyn Lake itself is approximately 72 km long, and 29 km wide, and straddles the Saskatchewan and Northwest Territories border. This lodge offers some of the best northern pike and lake trout fishing in the world, and it is also a unique experience for the ecotourist and photographer. This pristine wilderness is in the Canadian Shield with the barren grounds just over 100 km to the North. The solitude, big sky, sandy lakes, and remarkable sunsets made this a once-in-a-lifetime trip. One of the highlights was Hunt Falls, a 15 m high waterfall accessible only by float plane. Many thanks to the excellent lodge staff and guides, and especially to the lodge manager, Greg Sproat, for making my stay one to remember. I have posted a gallery from this trip here. Enjoy.

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de Havilland Beaver docked at Selwyn Lake Lodge Main dock at Selwyn Lake Lodge

Base of Hunt Falls Caribou jaw