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Nunavut Fishing Lodges Guide

You can rough it or be pampered in the lap of luxury as you enjoy all that Canada's Nunavut has to offer the sportsman and the fishing family ...

Come experience the wild rivers and the tundra where no trees grow, go fishing for giant trout, see great herds of caribou on their constant migration and muskox. Here feisty northern species like Arctic grayling, northern pike, walleye and lake trout abound in our pristine lakes.

The crystal clear waters boast a variety of species to test your skills. In Nunavut you can fish for Arctic char in the coastal rivers. Stay at a lodge in the Nnunavut and fish for trout, great northern pike, walleye, grayling, whitefish and inconnu or be guided by a fishing outfitter. Lesser known but highly prized fish like the inconnu and Arctic char navigate wild rivers flowing down through one of the world's most remote and extraordinary landscapes.

Canada's Nunavut camps and resort settings are seldom far from great fishing. Tourist outfitters and resort operators are happy to custom tailor their packages for families who love to fish. Luxury resorts, inns, family resorts, cottages, and fishing lodges, are available in price ranges to suit every budget.
Nunavut offers a selection of wilderness camps, lodges and resorts.

Learn more about Nunavut resorts by clicking on the outfitter "name links" below for details, rates, and info.

The location of each outfitter is shown for your convenience.

You can view a selection of individual fishing Lodges & Resorts in Nunavut below.

Interior Region - Nunavut

Ennadai Lake Lodge is a fly-in fishing lodge with an initial capacity of twenty-two guests per rotation. Ennadai Lake, Angikuni Lake and the Kazan River are in an area of Canada that is truly untouched. Three species inhabit these waters: lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling. Imagine drifting a fly down the Kazan, possibly being taken by a five pound grayling, casting a pike bay catching dozens of pike or trolling a drop off looking for a thirty- pound-plus trout. Whether you're a spin-cast or fly-fish enthusiast, your passion and your dreams can be satisfied here.

We are a new lodge in a new area and we have a strict catch and release policy for trophy fish, ensuring that this natural resource remains as it is today. Our equipment and facilities are world class. Ennadai Lake is on the treeline and the remaining area is in the barren lands. Because these lakes are on a river system they are biologically prolific, especially on and around Ennadai Lake.

Guests of our first-class, fully-guided fishing adventures will be flown in from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Cambridge Bay - Nunavut

Our camp, a true wilderness camp on the shores of the Ekaluk river, accommodates a maximum of twelve anglers per week. Access in is by float plane from Cambridge Bay. Our objective is for our guests to share in the experience of our beautiful land, its people and its history, while enjoying some of the finest char fishing anywhere to be found.

This river has only recently opened up to a very limited sport fishery and the catch results in numbers and weight have been truly astonishing. A quote from our Master guide, Jack Elofsson; " I've led an enchanted life, I've "roamed the world" with my fly rod and my flies during the past thirty years. I've guided flyfishermen in Argentina, in Alaska and Canada, as well as in my native Scandinavia.
Over all these years, I've enjoyed remarkable and outstanding fishing but nowhere, absolutely nowhere, have I encountered fishing that can remotely challenge the fantastic fishing on the Ekaluk river."

Air Travel to/from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Canadian North through its gateway cities, Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta provides scheduled flights into Cambridge Bay.

Interior Region - Nunavut

Wilderness Travel Expediting Northwest Territories and Nunavut: Over 32 years of operating a naturalist's lodge on the arctic coast, of living in the North, and of operating a canoe outfitting service on arctic rivers, we havean impressive inventory of camps and gear and the skills to deploy these efficiently.
At many of our camps, the fishing is pristine.....superb, and an incredible experience. At Tundra Camp/Burnside Lodge, for example, there are unforgettable fly-fishing opportunities for surface-feeding lake trout, arctic char, and large arctic grayling.

We can not only arrange your transportation and lodging in Yellowknife, but also can provide a turn-key rental camp with cabins or tentframes for your use, as well as air transport to that camp. We can also provide canoes (or sea-kayaks) and accessories, airport services, radios, fishing licenses, fuel, bear scare devices, river reports, and anything else you need. We can even package your trip from Edmonton if you'd like.

We can also provide any amount of instruction or guidance you need, from a one-day seminar before you leave Yellowknife to an Inuit guide/boat operator/instructor at the camp.

Treat yourself and enjoy an exciting day of fishing in Canada's Nunavut
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