Here at Lawrence Bay Lodge, we enjoy fishing for trophy Northern Pike on Reindeer Lake and nearby bodies of water just like the many fishermen who come to our lodge for fishing and hunting adventures in Canada. So how do you know if a Northern Pike is a trophy Northern Pike? It depends on how… Read more »
Tag: Saskatchewan Northern Pike Fishing
Cool Christmas Gifts for the Fisherman in Your Life
The holidays are quickly approaching! Do you have any fishermen on your Christmas gift list this year? For fishing-related gifts the outdoorsman in your life will love, check out our list of the top fisherman Christmas gifts for 2018: Mosquito Net Hat As any fisherman knows, mosquitoes can ruin an otherwise excellent fishing trip. Help… Read more »
Do You Know These Common Fishing Superstitions?
Fishermen are some of the most superstitious people on the planet. They often believe that if they do (or don’t do) certain things, it’ll prevent them from catching fish. They practice all kinds of wild superstitions in order to increase their chances of bringing fish on board their boats. Here are a few common fishing… Read more »
What to Get Your Angler for Valentine’s Day
Are you in love with an angler? Maybe you’re in need of some inspiration for the perfect Valentine’s gift for your beloved who lives for getting out on the water and catching some fish. Read on for a few great ideas: Show your angler some love with personalized lures that will brighten up his tackle… Read more »
Interesting Facts About Northern Pike
Are you joining us soon for a fishing trip of a lifetime? We will give you a good idea of what to expect when fishing in Reindeer Lake by telling you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Northern Pike. Northern Pike play an important role as predator fish in many bodies of water. They… Read more »
Should You Switch Your Fly Grip?
When it comes to casting with a fly rod, your grip is incredibly important – and as all experience fly fisherman know, you want it to be consistent from one cast to the next. A proper grip sets up a foundation for great fly fishing, but it can be difficult to get a comfortable hold… Read more »
Reasons to go on a Family Fishing Trip
Even though the weather is cold now, the spring season is just around the corner and every fisherman is getting more and more excited to get out onto the water in the hopes of reeling in a trophy pike. This year, why not combine your spring fishing trip with a family vacation? The perfect opportunity… Read more »
The Beginnings of Fly Fishing
Here at Lawrence Bay Lodge, there are few things we find more enjoyable than spending an afternoon on Reindeer Lake, fishing rod in hand. As 2016 and a new fishing season approach, we would like to take a few moments to look into the past at the early beginnings of one of our favorite activities:… Read more »
Lawrence Bay Lodge is Proud To Announce- No Price Increase For 2013!
Lawrence Bay Lodge is proud to announce no price increases for the 2013 season. That’s right; the same low rates people enjoyed in 2012 will stay true through 2013. This includes no price increase at our two outposts too, Pagato or Kamatsi Lake. Our trips to our main lodge on Reindeer Lake always… Read more »
2012 – 2013 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide & Season Information
With just a few months left in the 2012-2013 fishing season, let’s take a look at what lies ahead for fishing in Saskatchewan. The 2012 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide proposes future changes for next season. Currently, we are looking at limit changes on trout, but so far no mention of walleye or pike. The changes also… Read more »
Fishing Adventures Reduce Stress and Anxiety
Well, a new year has started and the preparation for winter and spring fishing has begun. Now is the time to plan that fishing trip you’ve been waiting for. The holidays are over, hopefully the decorations are down, and now it is time to relax. Scientists are hard at work running studies and experiments to find the… Read more »
Celebrating Your Catch With Delicious Meals
Generally, anglers feel the fishing reward throughout the entire event. The preparation rewards you with excitement and hope; it rewards you when you spend hours attempting to hook a walleye or pike. The adventure rewards you when you feel tired after a struggle with a fish. The entire adventure is rewarding and complex, but the… Read more »