Selwyn Lake Lodge is a premiere fly-in fishing lodge offering uncompromising luxury and legendary fishing. Selwyn Lake is 45 miles long and 18 miles wide and spans the Saskatchewan and Northwest Territories border in Canada. From the lodge on Common Island, guests have virtually unlimited opportunity for discovery and adventure every day. To maintain a relaxed atmosphere and outstanding service, we limit the guest numbers to 24 at any one time
Privacy, plus the best in modern convenience and technology will be found at Selwyn Lake Lodge. Ten guest suites with comfortable deluxe twin beds and private bathrooms are available. Each suite comfortably accommodates two to four people. Daily maid and laundry service are provided.Guest cabins are connected by a wrap-around deck that flows to the front face of the lodge with a sixty-five foot vaulted ceiling. Inside the main lodge there’s a fireside lounge with elegant leather furniture, a games area complete with a card table, a tackle and gift shop and a reception area. After a day on the lake, you’ll appreciate the well-appointed dining room and gourmet meals accompanied by fine wines. Enjoy hot appetizers and delicious dinners each evening, and then retire to the comfortable lounge with its stone fireplace and fine leather furniture. Wireless High Speed Internet and phone service are available to guests. There is also a guest computer located in the main lodge, where guests are welcome to check their emails while staying at the resort.
It is not uncommon to catch and release multiple trophy fish, from monster Lake Trout in the 30-50 pound range and huge Northern Pike to the “Sailfish of the North,” the Arctic Grayling. There are also guided, fly-out excursions for a fantastic angling experience. Whether you are a fly fishing expert or prefer the cast spinners, Selwyn Lake offers anglers three exciting gamefish – Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling. The Selwyn Lake record is a 56 pound Lake Trout. In June – Northern Pike spawn and are very active while Lake Trout are feeding in shallow water along reefs and rocky shorelines. Typical daily catches are approximately 20 to 40 fish per guest per day, at random weights topping out at 20 to 32lbs.In July – Arctic Grayling activity picks up the end of July and into August. Northern Pike are brisk in early July, averaging 15 to 30 per guest per day. During July and into August the Northern Pike fishing is constant. Lake Trout are slow in early July as they move from shallow to deeper water throughout the month. By the end of July, Lake Trout begin to find their summer depth and catch ratios are approximately 20 fish per guest per day.
In August, Arctic Grayling are still active and fishing remains steady. The Northern Pike fishing tapers down, but their size increases as they feed in preparation for the winter. Lake Trout are at their maximum depth (over 100 feet) and can be caught as frequently as 50 per guest per day. Trophy fish in the 20 and 30 pound range are most common at this time of year. For anglers seeking a thrilling fly-out fishing experience, day excursions from Selwyn Lake Lodge are offered. Striding Lake, Striding River and J.D. Lake all offer terrific Northern Pike fishing. Bompass Lake and Shagory Lake are perfect for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling fishing. Selwyn Lake Lodge wants to make your fishing trip as hassle free as possible. Leave those rod cases and tackle boxes at home, and take advantage of the large supply of top quality rods and reels available for use at the main lodge.
Northwest Airlines: has two daily non-stop flights from Minneapolis to Saskatoon.
United Airlines: has two daily non stop flights from Denver & Chicago to Saskatoon.
After the flight to Saskatoon, you will stay the Sandman Hotel for your overnight stay in Saskatoon. It is only minutes from the J. G. Diefenbaker International Airport. Upon your arrival into Saskatoon a professional Meet and Greet service will transfer you from the airport to the Hotel. At 4:30am the following morning, you will transfer from the hotel to the hangar where you’ll board the Selwyn Lake Lodge private air charter and fly direct to Stony Rapids. From there it’s a float-plane ride to Selwyn Lake Lodge.
Bring your binoculars and camera and watch the abundant wildlife. Rocky ridges, marshes and broad forests are homes to moose, caribou, bear, wolves, otter, fishers, lynx, wolverines, beaver, ptarmigan, and ruffed grouse. Get a friendly game of cards going in the lounge, read a novel and relax on one of the comfy leather sofas or sit on the deck and enjoy the sunrises, sunsets and the spectacular ‘Northern Lights’. There are also fly-out day trips available at additional cost.