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The Fishing
at Lac La Martre
 

Trophy Northern Pike Fishing and More at Lac La Martre


“Like no other place on Earth.” Every year, we hear this expression from the many successful fishermen who visit Lac La Martre and we never get tired of it!

People come here from all over the world for one reason – the fly-in fishing! Many guests are drawn here to catch the biggest fish of their lives and many will book return trips for the following year before they leave. If that isn’t the testament of a satisfied fisherman, then we don’t know what is!

Trophy northern pike, big fat lake trout, and Arctic grayling are the monster prizes at Lac La Martre. You will have the opportunity to test your skills in waters not many ever receive the opportunity to fish.

Imagine a 1,000 sq. mile lake that doesn’t see more than 100 or so fisherman a year.  Imagine hauling in 20 and 30 pound fish all day, every day, until your arms are sore. Imagine your name on our leader board and your monster fish photos on our website – because if you come, there’s a good chance that’s where you’ll be! All of this and more awaits you at our Lac La Martre fly-in fishing spot.

Catch a 20lb northern pike and a 20lb lake trout and you’ll become an official member of our 20-20 club. We also have a 30-30 club with new members achieving this pinnacle of fishing every year.

No fly-outs needed! All the fish you catch will be from our lake, which is strictly catch and release. We ask that our guests use barbless hooks and at least a 30lb test line.

Trophy northern pike are plentiful to say the least and are usually caught by casting into the weeds or sight-casting. Once they hit, the rumble begins! You fight the fish and smile for the photos and we’ll handle the rest!

Big fat trophy lake trout are caught by casting or trolling in the crystal clear, open waters of Lac La Martre. At its deepest, the lake is 65 feet, but most of the open water is less than 30 feet deep which eliminates the need for downriggers.

Arctic grayling fishing is a great change of pace and requires a day trip to the river on the south end of the lake.

Yes, Lac La Martre is truly “like no place on Earth.”