We offer all inclusive guided fishing for Trophy Northern Pike & Walleye. On the right day we catch some Whitefish and Burbot as well. Our experienced guides have fished Turtle Lake for over 30 years! They know the lake and have the best gear. We will give 110% to get you on the fish every time!
Our fully guided all inclusive 3 day fishing trips include your fishing license, meals and accommodations. We use a 1875 Lund Pro V, 200 Mercury Verado. Fully equipped with all the best modern gear, like rods/fishing poles, reels, lures, bait, Lowrance HD 8 fish finder and Garmin Livescope panoptics. If you have that favorite fishing pole that you must use, you are welcome to bring it along. We practice 100% catch and release on all trophy fish to keep our natural resource at its peak to enjoy for years to come. We will keep some of the smaller fish for a great fish fry at least once on your trip!
Your fishing day will start early in the morning, at daybreak to catch the morning bite. If the fish are on, you will stay out for the duration of the day. If you choose, we can head in for a short break, then head back out for the evening bite.
As our guest you will stay in a fully modern lodge. Where we serve great meals before and after a long day of fishing! Shore or bagged lunch will be provided for all day fishing. The lodge is only two blocks off the lake, so you will be minutes away from some great trophy fishing. Some of the different fishing techniques used are trolling, jigging, snap jigging, drift casting, and still casting. Common sizes of Trophy Walleye that you will have the opportunity at catching are 14"-28" or 1 to 8.5 lbs. Our Northern Pike can get as big as 39"-45" or 17 to 26 lbs. Common sizes that you will have the opportunity to catch are 20"-35" or 3 to 12 lbs, but as mentioned we do catch Northern Pike in that 40"-45" range or 18 to 26 lbs. As fishing goes, if we are lucky we could latch onto a Trophy Northern Pike over that 30 lbs mark. They are there to catch, we just need to get out there and cast a line!
Turtle Lake, Saskatchewan is 13 miles long and 3.1 miles wide. At the deepest point it is 48 feet, covering a surface area of 6.421 (ha). With a total volume of 403,690,000. With a lake this size, we have great structure where the Walleye and Northern Pike can be found. From sandy drop-offs to rocky bottoms.
Turtle Lake is known for the "Turtle Lake Monster”. You never know what you might reel in!
Trips are available from June 5th - July 6th and September 8th - 30th. 3 day trips are based on min. 3 people, max 3 people. All trips can be booked by contacting Chaparral Hunting Adventures by phone or email for availability.
$ 1500 USD (per person)