If you grew up with a great father, you’ll probably agree that it’s impossible to thank them enough. That’s part of the reason why we have an entire day each June devoted to it. Still, when Father’s Day rolls around every year it can be a struggle to think of a thoughtful and appropriate gift that has meaning.
Mothers are pretty easy to buy for. A nice bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolate are usually more than enough to do the trick. The tastes of a Dad tend to be a bit trickier to figure out. Plus, you’ve probably used the good ideas up over the last few years. Golf balls, grill utensils and shaving kits are all probably old news at this point.
It’s time to give a gift with meaning that is truly unique. Here at Lawrence Bay Lodge, we believe that a shared experience with Dad is worth far more than any knick-knack you pick up at the local big box store. What’s a more fitting pastime for a father and son or daughter than a fishing excursion to the great wilderness of northern Saskatchewan?
Holidays come and go way too quickly. A typical Father’s Day usually involves grabbing a quick lunch or dinner, giving gifts, and going your separate ways before you’ve really had time to catch up. On the other hand, you’d have plenty of time to connect with Dad sitting on the peaceful shores of Reindeer Lake, waiting for a walleye or northern pike to bite. A fishing trip gets you away from the distractions of everyday life that can turn our closest family into distant strangers.
We don’t need to sell you on the fishing around here—it’s among the best in the world. But this Father’s Day is the time to sell yourself on a fishing trip with Dad. After all, the time we spend with one another is and always has been the greatest gift on Earth. Call Lawrence Bay Lodge to book the fishing trip you and Dad will remember forever.