One Great Place for Pike Fishing in Canada
July 29, 2013
The Outfitter's host, Conway Bowman, heads north to the remote region of Saskatchewan for great pike fishing in Canada with Canadian outfitter, Mike Lembke of Wollaston Lake Lodge. Don't miss a second of the action; be sure to tune in Thursday, August 1st, at 8:30 p.m. (EST) on The Sportsman Channel.
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host, Conway Bowman, traveled to the remote regions of northern Saskatchewan to fish for giant northern pike with Canadian outfitter, Mike Lembke of Wollaston Lake Lodge.
Wollaston Lake Lodge is a 5-star fly-in lodge located in northern Saskatchewan. The operation is known not only for superb fishing, but also for superb accommodations.
Though Wollaston is reachable by road, most fishermen take the charter flight up from Saskatoon.
Expert air service brings you right to the dock at Wollaston, where 5-star accommodations await. Owner, Mike Lembke, prides himself on making his visitors
comfortable in every way.
While conventional anglers are very successful here, Wollaston offers fly anglers the rare opportunity to sight-fish for pike up to 50 inches.
Conway surveys his fly box as he decides what to try first. The fish, here, haven\'t seen any artificial lures or flies in months.
When fly-fishing for big-game, line management is critical. Even though it was chilly, Conway preferred to fish barefooted to ensure his lines stayed tangle free.
Don't try this at home. Experienced guides bring their boats up on the beach at the end of a long day.
Conway with a nice pike. And because Wollaston is catch-and-release, these nice fish are waiting for another lucky fisherman right now.
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