Alberta Flyin Fishing Lodges and Resorts
Alberta Lodges and Resorts Vacations


Alberta wilderness flyin fishing lodges, resorts, and camps guide....

For an outstanding fishing experience, take the path less traveled. Flyin to enjoy the fishing adventure of a lifetime in Northern Alberta's unspoiled wilderness!


Fly-in fishing represents an opportunity to get away from it all and try some real serious fishing. Not surprisingly many resorts are accessible only by air and these water systems are host to an abundance of gamefish.

Most flyin fishing resorts are located in Northern Alberta. Some Alberta flyin lodges have been around dating back into the 1800's, while others have only recently been built. One thing is certain Alberta's fly-in fishing lodges offer some of the best scenery and fishing in Canada.


Once your float plane touches down on in a remote bay, you will be greeted only by silence in a tranquil setting far away from your everyday world. Choose from the all-inclusive fly-in packages, luxury resorts, and rustic cabins that are available. The remote fly-in fishing camps and lodges in Alberta can fulfill the dreams of even the most ardent angler.

You can select Alberta fishing lodges by choosing from the list below

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Fort Chipewyan Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature,, Hiking, Family

Incomparable wilderness and history are the backdrop for the Fort Chip Lodge experience. The most spectacular scenery, wildlife and birdwatching in Northern Canada will take your breath away. Perched on a majestic red granite bluff, the lodge overlooks the Lake Athabasca Delta. The lake, with it's bounty of pickerel, northern pike and trout is the wilderness fisherman's best kept secret! Fantastic birdwatching opportunities are available as the area is situated under four migration routes. The Fort Chip Lodge is nestled on the border of the Wood Buffalo National Park and home to the largest free-roaming heard of buffalo in the world! Populated by descendants of the Athabasca Cree and Chipewyan Native Tribes many residents are still practicing traditional lifestyles.

The sweeping wooden architecture of the Lodge offers ten beautiful rooms, a fully licensed lounge and a dining room offering a floor to ceiling view of the legendary Alberta sunsets. All the rooms offer a view of gorgeous Lake Athabasca and are fully equipped.
The staff will make it an unforgettable visit as you hunt and fishing in some of Canada's most challenging wilderness; or spend a weekend canoeing and picnicking. Enjoy special dinners in the evening and coffee on the cedar deck.

Experienced local guides will take you on fishing, hunting, or bird watching tours and year round winter trapline excursions, adventures by dogsled, hiking in undisturbed wilderness, canoeing in endless rivers and lakes, boating and water-skiing, picnics, swimming in crystal clear lakes, ice fishing in the traditional style, and cross country skiing on some of the North's challenging trails.

Facilities:
Lodge Rooms
Dining Room - Yes
Conference Room - Yes
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language - English

Gypsy Lake Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature,, Hiking, Family, Hunting

Welcome to Gypsy Lake Lodge! Gypsy Lake Lodge is the only lodge in Gypsy Lake Wildland Park. It was approved as a Special Places Park in the year 2000 by the Alberta Government. Accessible only by aircraft, this spring fed lake is the ultimate treasure among the lakes of Northern Alberta. Our catch and release policy implemented 16 years ago allows us to boast about our 30 pound Trophy Pike. Single barbless hooks are a must. We invite you to challenge these trophy pike with spinning rods or your favorite fly for the ultimate fight.

Our 2,200 square foot main lodge is yours to enjoy after a hard day of fishing. Dine on great home cooked meals. There is a total of 4 cabins, with each cabin accommodating up to 4 guests. All cabins are equipped with power and heat. Capacity is 16 guests.

Fort McMurray is serviced by daily flights from both Edmonton and Calgary and is approximately 5 hours by vehicle north of Edmonton. Our 3500 foot airstrip is a combined turf-gravel surface with excellent approachways.

Guided Bear & Moose hunts. Gypsy Lake Lodge is a member of the Alberta Professional Outfitters Association. Black Bear hunts - April 15th to June 15th - Moose hunts - September 7th to November 30th.

Facilities:
Cabins
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open May - November
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language - English

Andrew Lake Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature,, Hiking, Family, Hunting

Remote fly-in fishing and hunting in Canada's Northern Wilderness where you'll enjoy an outdoor experience of a lifetime. Andrew Lake Lodge & Camps has been serving the sportsman since 1975 in the remote northeast corner of Alberta. Andrew Lake Lodge, North Leland Lake Cottages and outpost camps are accessible by plane from Fort McMurray and provide unequaled beauty, isolation and most importantly an outstanding fishing and hunting resource. Andrew Lake is one of the few designated 'trophy lakes' in Alberta, Canada. Along with nearby Leland Lakes and Boquene Lake fish populations are tremendous. Great Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye predominate. Fish in the twenty (20) pound class are not uncommon in this part of northern Canada, where it is daylight until midnight. Catch and release ensures that fish populations remain healthy.

Full service fishing packages are available at Andrew Lake Lodge. All meals and snacks provided. Light housekeeping is the theme for the accommodation facilities. Andrew Lake Lodge & Cabins are of a rustic log construction and accommodate 2-4 guests each. Hot and cold running water, showers and flush toilets; 24 hour radio communication and electrical power; conference room, tackle shop and 3,400 foot private air strip.

Leland lake cottages (4) accommodate up to 4 -12 guests each. Modern facilities include hot and cold running water, showers, propane, stove, fridge, and 24 hour radio communication. The Outpost camps include tent frames with plywood floors, propane stove, wood burning heater with accommodation for up to 6 persons per unit.

Facilities:
Cabins
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open May - November
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language - English




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