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Where is the Indianhead fishing lodge in Saskatchewan?

Where is the Indianhead fishing lodge in Saskatchewan?

Fly-in fishing lodge located on Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. Since 1994, Indianhead Fishing Lodge has been making dreams come true for fishermen eager to catch trophy-sized Lake Trout and Northern Pike.

Who are the owners of the Athabasca fishing lodge?

Best of all, you’ll feel you have the great outdoors all to yourself. Cliff and Stella Blackmur have been operating Athabasca Fishing Lodges since 1974. They are known for their hospitality and reputation for providing a quality fishing experience.

How many rooms are in Indian Head fishing lodge?

Indian Head Fishing Lodge Our main lodge and guest cabins, located on Stewart Island in the eastern region of Lake Athabasca, were designed and constructed to compliment the natural ambience of the surrounding wilderness and region. The Lodge has 10 double occupancy rooms and 4 double occupancy guest cabins.

Is the Indianhead fishing lodge wheelchair accessible?

Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room. See all property amenities. Is Indianhead Fishing Lodge accessible? Yes, it offers wheelchair access.

Which is the best fishing lodge in Canada?

Indianhead Fishing Lodge is the premier fishing lodge in northern Canada so there’s no need to look any further for some of the best fresh water fishing in the world. Lake Athabasca in northern Saskatchewan has been the top destination of serious anglers for decades, as the world record Lake Trout came out of Lake Athabasca (102 lbs).

How does Indianhead fishing lodge get to Stewart Island?

You will be transported to the lodge on a Caravan or 206 with floats – depending on the size of your group – landing on the bay directly in front of the lodge. During the flight to Stewart Island, you will get to experience the vast Northern Alberta and Saskatchewan landscape and will cross over the magnificent Athabasca Sand Dunes.