Fishing

Fishing in Yellowknife

Fish are abundant in Northern Frontier. Just stop at the side of the road and try your luck with a spoon or a Mepps. You don’t need bait. But please purchase a licence before you go fishing, and follow the catch limits for each type and area; our fish grow slowly in long winters, and small lakes have only a few. Fishing licenses, as well as regulation information, are available through many local outfitters and stores.

Guided Fishing Trips

A number of experienced fishermen are resident of Yellowknife and able to take you on an expedition of your choice to catch a fish, any time of the year.

For a listing of fishing guides, please select "fishing" from our service directory at http://visityellowknife.com/service-directory

 

Acquiring a Fishing License in Yellowknife

A sport fishing licence is required by everyone except:

> NWT and Canadian residents under the age of 16 or 65 years of age and over, unless fishing in an area that requires an additional validation.

> Non-resident anglers under the age of 16 who are accompanied by a person holding a valid sport fishing licence, unless they are fishing in an area that requires an additional validation.

NWT Resident Licence Fee: $10 per season

Canadian Resident Licence Fee: $20 per season, $15 for three days

Non-Resident Licence Fee: $40 per season, $30 for three days

You must carry your signed and validated licence while fishing, and be able to produce it at the request of an officer. "Sport Fishing" means fishing for pleasure and not for sale or barter and may include angling, spear fishing and dip netting. It is an offence to waste any game fish that is suitable for food. Live fish cannot be used for bait. Live fish or fish eggs cannot be put into NWT waters. The use of barbless looks for sport fishing is mandatory in the NWT.

 

Species of Fish in Yellowknife

Arctic Grayling: Grayling are found throughout the mainland area of the NWT. It is particularly common in the Great Slave Lake and Great Bear Lake watersheds as well as the Mackenzie River and its tributaries. 

Inconnu: Inconnu, more common in the Mackenzie Delta, migrate upstream into the Peel, Arctic Red, and Mackenzie rivers to spawn. Inconnu can be found in Great Slave Lake and tributary streams such as the Slave and Buffalo Rivers where they spawn.

Lake Trout: Lake Trout are wide-spread in the NWT and inhabit large, deep lakes such as Great Slave Lake and Great Bear Lake, where they support trophy fisheries. They are found in many Shield Country lakes as well as deep lakes along the Mackenzie River Valley and tundra lakes extending to the Arctic Coast. 

Northern Pike: Pike can be found throughout the mainland NWT. They prefer warm, slow, heavily vegetated rivers and the warm, weedy bays of lakes.

Walleye: Walleye are found in the Mackenzie River watershed as far north as the Delta. They are often plentiful in tributary streams of Great Slave Lake where they spawn and are sometimes found feeding throughout the summer. They are also found in some inland lakes and rivers.

Lake Whitefish: Whitefish are found throughout the mainland area of the NWT. They occur in lakes but also are found in large rivers and are plentiful in the Mackenzie Delta. Spawning takes place in the fall over reefs in lakes and rivers.

 

Best Fishing Spots in Yellowknife

Everybody has their own favourite fishing spot. Here are some of the easily accessible lakes and rivers you can try your luck. 

The Yellowknife River bridge on the Ingraham Trail features a day use picnic site and a boat launch. Pike and sometimes lake trout are caught here by casting from the shore. Rent a boat and cruise upriver in to a quiet spot and troll as you drift back down. Keep an eye out for a variety of songbirds and perhaps a bald eagle nesting beside the river.

Pontoon Lake on the Ingraham Trail is a medium sized lake well suited to a quiet paddle. Shallow and weedy in places, it’s home for pike and a variety of ducks, loons and terns. Beaver, muskrat, and even weasels can be seen in the quieter corners. There’s a day use picnic site with boat launch here, or you can try your luck from the rocks by the highway.

Prelude Lake, about 29 km from Yellowknife on the Ingraham Trail, is the site of a major campground, with picnic sites, scenic trails, and a boat launch. Head away from the cottages to any group of rocky uninhabited islands and try your luck. Your likely catch will be a hungry pike. Prosperous Lake is another large, deep coldwater lake, prime habitat for Lake Trout and migrating Pike.

Walsh Lake, about 10 km from Yellowknife and half an hour by boat from the Vee Lake boat launch, is a large, deep, wilderness lake which can turn dangerous with a shift in the wind. Careful boaters will find gorgeous views, pike, and perhaps even a trout or two in its cold waters. Walsh’s rocky shores offer good camping and exploring.

In larger lakes in Northern Frontier you’ll find feisty and tasty Lake Trout. If it’s size you want, the big ones range from about 12 pounds in medium sized lakes to over 60 pounds in Great Slave Lake. They feed near the surface in spring and fall when the water is colder, at the bottom in mid-summer. Trolling with a small boat is the best way to catch them, though fly fishing is gaining popularity. Take a picture and please put that big one back to catch again! Popular lures are called daredevil, five of diamonds, wobblers and spinners.

Please visit the Environment and Natural Resources website for more information on NWT fish species and sport fishing regulations. http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca

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Beck's Kennels

Beck's Kennels is a diversified professional dog sled kennel and tour company that has been hosting visitors to Yellowknife for over 20 years. They specialize in dogsledding, outdoor adventures and aurora viewing, and offers a wide variety of day trips, multi-day expedition and package tours. Whether you need an activity for one afternoon or to plan out an entire trip, Beck's Kennels is sure to have exactly what you need!

Telephone:
(867) 873-5603

Enodah Wilderness Travel

Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge is a premier fly-in fishing/eco lodge on Great Slave Lake - rated as the number one trophy pike fishing lodge in the world. It is also the hot spot for aurora borealis viewing and photography. Trout Rock Wilderness Lodge is located on an island in the north arm of  Great Slave Lake, far away from city lights, traffic and noise. The lodge is only accessible by skiplane, snowmobile and of  course, the famous “Aurora Express.”

Telephone:
(867) 873-4334

My Backyard Tours

My Backyard Tours offers fun and informative tours. Guided by local experts, our tours show you the highlights in and around the City of Yellowknife as well as give you the opportunity to fly to Peterson’s Point Lake Lodge to spend time on the tundra. Our tours also offer you the chance to enjoy local foods, develop your photographic abilities and capture the wildlife, plants and lichens that shape the intricate beauty of this region. Guests will learn about the history and culture of the people that make the North unique. New

Telephone:
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Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures Ltd.

Frontier Fishing Lodge

Frontier Fishing Lodge welcomes guests from many different countries and nationalities every year. In fact, we have a worldwide reputation for the best fly in fishing Canada has to offer. Our Canadian fishing trips include:

  • Guide, boat and fuel
  • All meals including a daily shore lunch
  • Accommodations in a comfortable, fully furnished cabin
  • Transfer from Yellowknife Airport to charter plane
  • Charter flight from Yellowknife to Frontier Fishing Lodge
  • Charter flight from Frontier Fishing Lodge to Yellowknife
  • A relaxing and invigorating Finnish sauna
  • Daily maid service

We offer the best Canada fishing trips in the business. While you are here, you’ll enjoy Canada lake trout fishing, arctic grayling, whitefish, and Canada northern pike fishing! The highest quality fly in fishing Canada in Canada.

Telephone:
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Hearne Lake Lodge

The lodge is located on beautiful Hearne Lake, just a short 20 minute float plane ride from Yellowknife. Fly-in River and Lake Fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Walleye and Whitefish. "Fishers serving Fishers". Full service lodge can accommodate up to 8 guests. Self guided or guided trips with unlimited use of boats and motors. Bird watching, wildlife viewing. 

Telephone:
(866) 729-7453

Namushka Lodge

Peterson's Point Lake Lodge

Sandy Point Lodge

Bluefish Services

Bluefish Services offers guided fishing trips and naturalist tours on Great Slave Lake. We have been in business for 25 years making us the one of the most experienced tour operators in the Northwest Territories.

Something for Everyone
When you are our guest for one of our personalized guided trips on Great Slave Lake, you will enjoy our experience and northern hospitality, which together with our modern equipment, ensure you of a safe and memorable trip.

Fish for Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike or Lake Trout or travel out Yellowknife Bay into the islands an see nesting Ospreys and Bald Eagles.  Previous fishing experience is not necessary - we will be pleased to show you how!

Special Occasions
Make your next occasion extra special by having it on the lake.  What better way to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or even a wedding.  Call us for some great event ideas.

Also offers:

  • Boat trips and birdwatching by boat with shore dinner;
  • Ice fishing by "Snow Bear" from mid-December to mid-April (stay warm and comfortable as you ice fish from inside a vehicle!)
Telephone:
(867) 873-4818, (867) 445-8553

Great Slave Adventures

Daily fishing boat charters from Yellowknife. Fish Great Slave Lake for a day of amazing action and a truly wilderness experience. Our fishing charters specialize in fully equipped daily trips from Yellowknife Bay to various high action fishing holes and you will be treated to a prepared shore lunch fresh from your catch. We are also able to arrange cabin rentals for those that want to get away and spend a night or two in our northern wilds.

We also offer a number of winter adventure options, including ice fishing, snowmobile and ice road tours, and winter cabin getaways! Please contact us our visit our website for more details on these or any other tours that we offer!

Telephone:
(867) 445-2226

Plummers' Fishing and Hunting Lodges

Fly in fishing for Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, or arctic Arctic char, depending on the lodge location that you select (with five to choose from, as well as options for fishing trips beyond the lodges such as on the Coppermine river!) Packages from Winnipeg-Edmonton-Yellowknife. 7 day-4 day-3 day. Lodges located on both Great Slave Lake or Great Bear Lake.

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Telephone:
(204) 774-5775

Watta Lake Lodge

Located in the rugged unspoiled beauty of Canada's last wilderness, Watta Lake Lodge is truly a little paradise.  Fisherman, naturalists, photographers, rock hounds, seekers of R&R, come one come all!!!

Accessible only by floatplane you'll find the only thing more amazing than the fishing and the scenery is the hospitality.  Wildlife, fishing, midnight sun, or northern lights, one thing is for certain, expect the unexpected...

 

Telephone:
(867) 873-5330

Yellow Dog Lodge

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Telephone:
(403) 668-9936

Aylmer Lake Lodge

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Aylmer Lake Lodge, located 227 air miles northeast of Yellowknife, is just now becoming discovered as a destination of choice for trophy lake trout, and arctic grayling fishing. Few anglers have been fortunate to fish these pristine waters, and the big lake trout are guaranteed to stress your fishing tackle.

 

Open July to September

 

Telephone:
780-324-2080

Nahanni Wild: True Wilderness Adventure

North Star Adventures

North Star Adventures is a 100% Aboriginal owned, local tour company. We grew up in Yellowknife, we know Yellowknife! We are happy to share our Aboriginal culture with on each of the following tours:

Summer Tours - June 15; ends October 07

Aboriginal Culture Tour (June 15 - October 07)

As a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated tour company we can offer you genuine Aboriginal experiences. Learn about our culture, meet cool Aboriginal friends, sample delicious traditional foods, learn our language and listen to stories about our culture, history and more. Email us for more information, ask about our Discounts and Specials. 2.5hr - $89.00+tax/person

Boat Tours (July 01 - September 30)

Join us a for a comfortable boat tour on the Great Slave Lake out to our island 15km from Yellowknife for short scenic nature hike, great photos! 2.0hr - $79.00+tax/person

Buffalo Viewing (June 15 - September 30)

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Fishing Tour - MONSTER Pike (July 01 - September 30)

Our Aboriginal guides will take you to the best spots so you can catch your own Great Slave Lake MONSTER Pike! 3.0hr - $109.00+tax/person

Fishing Tour - Big Lake Trout (July 01 - September 30)
Let’s go out further on the big lake, out to deeper waters to catch your own Great Slave Lake Lake Trout! 4.0hr - $149.00/person

Eagle Viewing Tour (July 01 - September 30)
Enjoy a comfortable cruise on one of the largest lakes in the world as we go look for the majestic Eagle and maybe even get an Eagle feather! 2.5hr - $109.00+tax/person

 

Ice Fishing & Aurora Packages

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Yellowknife's Best Aurora Hunting Tours (August 07 - October 07)

We will go to different locations to find the best Aurora for you. We will take FREE professional photos of you and Aurora. Average tour size 15-20 guests. 4.0hrs - $109.00+tax

Telephone:
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Yellowknife Tours

About Yellowknife Tours
Come experience world-class Aurora Borealis viewing in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. We are the only guides in the Northwest Territories to offer services in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. With over 20 years of experience in the tourism industry, our award-winning guides will make you feel at home in the far North. We’d love to show you the North!

Telephone:
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Great Slave Sledging Co.

Department of Fisheries & Oceans

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and its Special Operating Agency, the Canadian Coast Guard, deliver programs and services that support sustainable use and development of Canada’s waterways and aquatic resources.

Mon to Fri - 8-12/1-4:30

Telephone:
(867) 669-4900
Email:

Great Slave Lake Tours

Watch the sun setting on the horizon as you observe the commercial fishing nets being checked for fish. Feast on a freshly cooked fish dinner accompanied by other local and traditional foods and drinks.

Experience the long nights under the Aurora Borelis and spend the night in a cozy cabin on the vast and beautiful lake.A Great Slave Lake adventure for everyone who enjoys the serenity of the northern winter and the outdoors.

Amenities
•Transportation by Bombardier/max. 8 persons per Bombardier
•2 heated Cabins/each sleeps 4 persons
•Bedding and Towels provided
•Food and Housekeeping provided
•Fishing Gear provided

 

Fishing Day Trips

Day trips from 2-7 hours on Great Slave Lake. Sport fishing, see the commercial fishery. Mid-June to Mid-October, half day to a week. Sightseeing, photography, naturalist. Prices start at $150.00/person.

Birding

Some wildlife viewing is available in winter for foxes, wolves, coyotes, as well as some birds. In summer: ravens, crows, gulls, pelicans, eagles and small birds. Call for more details.

​Canoeing and Kayaking

We can arrange shuttle service to and from the East Arm area of Great Slave Lake. Call for more details. 867-875-8077

​Wildlife Viewing

Some wildlife viewing is available in winter for foxes, wolves, coyotes, as well as some birds. In summer: ravens, crows, gulls, pelicans, eagles and small birds. Call for more details.

​Water Travel

Boat rentals, charters available. Day trips from 2-7 hours on Great Slave Lake. Sport fishing, see the commercial fishery. Mid-June to mid-October, half day to a week. Sightseeing, photography, naturalist. We can arrange fish lunches for large groups. Please book in advance. Most summer and winter tours offer fresh fish dinners.

​Aurora Day Trips

Travel in style on Great Slave Lake in an eight passenger Bombardier snowmobile. Our Aurora tour heads out about five miles on the frozen ice of Great Slave Lake, far from the lights of town. It's a four hour tour, with the lights usually best around ten to midnight. Set up your camera and take photos to your heart's delight. Minimum two passengers. Winter commercial fishing demo includes a fish fry on the lake. Lake tours, ice heave viewing, sightseeing, Aurora viewing. Overnight accomodations available in 12' x 16' heated tent camps on the lake. Various locations available. Mid-December through mid-April. We'll package a trip for you. Rates start $120 CAD.

Telephone:
(867) 875-8077

Blachford Lake Lodge

At Blachford Lake Lodge, the land is our home. Our only neighbours are the wind, the water and the trees. There are no clocks, no schedules, no rules - you determine the activity. Sunbathe on the shore's edge, take a rejuvenating sauna, challenge yourself to a vigorous ski, or revel in the thrill of the catch. Do nothing, or do it all!

Blachford Lake is the north's foremost, multi-season, backcountry lodge. Our spacious post and beam log lodge is a careful blend of contemporary rustic charm, yet with all the modern comforts. Our friendly, attentive staff take pride in bringing you excellent service. Blachford Lake is located 95 kilometers east of Yellowknife, a short 20-minute flight by charter float plane in the summer and ski-equipped plane in the winter.

Telephone:
(867) 873-3303

Open Water Charters Inc.

Open Water Charters Inc. is a Float plane service in Yellowknife N.T Canada. We offer a wide variety of air charter service on our Cessna 185 aircraft.
Yellowknife provides a great hub to access the best fishing and hunting spots in North America. Let us provide you with an unparalleled custom experience for your air service needs to your favorite spot. The Cessna 185 also provides you with a great payload perfect for mining exploration trips. Operating during Summer and Fall

Telephone:
(867) 446-1313

Destination Deline

Deline, Northwest Territories - the birthplace of Hockey, home to the biggest lake trouts in the world, and the only community on the western shore of Great Bear Lake.

Alone on a Lake approximately the size of the Netherlands and near the Arctic Circle, Deline is a place where culture and traditions of the Dene First Nation flourish. There are no roads to bring you here most of the year – air access is the only option. For its people, this remoteness means a connection to the land remains a way of life.  For visitors, year – round cultural experiences and outdoor adventures take place against the backdrop of the solitude and silence of this scenic northern landscape.

A Land and a Way of Life Preserved

Deline residents are largely Dene or Metis who speak the North Slavey language and English. Sahtú Dene families are often related to Hare, Gwich’in and Mountain Dene peoples. The people of Great Bear Lake had to be hardy and resourceful to survive in the past. Within living memory, they lived a nomadic life, following fish and game with the seasons. Many still supplement their diets by hunting, fishing and trapping at least part of the time. Although modern life has made its way North, Deline homes often feature a traditional lodge or tipi used to smoke meat and fish.

Whether its for a corporate retreat, small group gathering, a fishing adventure, or on an organized tour, we look forward to sharing our stories with you. Welcome to Deline !

Telephone:
1-778-476-1116

Taltson Bay Big Pike Lodge

The best Northern Pike fishing in the world is found right here just waiting for you to enjoy. Come fish and explore this isloated area of wilderness and beauty. Here you will find huge Northern Pike, as well as Walleye, in the shallows of this beautiful river delta.

Taltson Bay Big Pike Lodge is open from June 1st through October 1st. Enjoy five or seven days of trophy fishing at our "famous" Northern Pike hole at remote Taltson Bay on the south shoes of Great Slave Lake in Canada's Northwest Territories.

Our camp consists of a main lodge and three separate sleeping units. The camp can accommodate up to 12 persons and has generator supplied power and running water. We continue to improve and upgrade all our accomodations. We want your stay to be as comfortable as the fishing is great.

Click on the surrounding pictures for more information about Taltson Bay Big Pike Lodge. If you have questions, feel free to contact us at the numbers below or via email.

Don't forget to check out our video here!

Telephone:
(780) 975-9304

Jocelyn Demetre's Great Slave Lake Safaris

Un voyage de pêche guidé sous le soleil de minuit. C’est ce que je vous offre, des prises et des souvenirs inoubliables. Capitaine d’infanterie retraité des Forces Armées Canadiennes, je suis maintenant guide professionnel sur le Grand Lac des Esclaves. Un plan d’eau que je parcours de fond en comble depuis plus de trois ans. Tout comme moi, vous tomberez en amour avec le neuvième lac le plus grand au monde et le plus profond en Amérique du Nord.

Imaginez-vous quitter Yellowknife à bord d’un bateau de pêche se dirigeant vers des endroits poissonneux aux décors nordiques. Des poissons énormes dans les eaux claires et profondes du Bras Est et des combats dignes du 60e parallèle. Dormir sous le soleil de minuit à l’intérieur d’une tente prospecteur qui sera éloignée des prédateurs sur une des belles îles rocheuses du plan d’eau. Une expérience qui ne peut laisser indifférent les amateurs de plein air. L’été, le temps de pêche est maximisé par un ensoleillement de 18 à 20 hrs par jour qui vous permettra de prendre le poisson dont vous aviez tant rêvé.

C’est ça mon Yellowknife! Venez me rejoindre et je vous guiderez personnellement à bord de mon bateau équipé pour une pêche tel que vous le désirez. À la traîne ou au lancé léger vous ne quitterez pas mon bateau sans avoir fait votre lots de remise à l’eau. Foulez vous aussi un des sols tant convoité par la ruée vers l’or, venez vous joindre à moi pour écrire une page de votre histoire, là où le soleil ne se couche jamais.

Telephone:
(867) 445-3625

Bob Turner Enterprises

AHMIC Air

Flightseeing Tours

Ahmic Air offers a range of unique air tours. Our Beaver aircraft is equipped with enlarged windows for greater visibility and a comfortable, clean, upgraded interior. Each guest has access to an aviation headset, encouraging easy dialog between other guests and the pilot enriching the whole experience. Take a simple "Fam. Flight" around the city or come with us on a longer flight to view one of many choice locations from the air. 

Fishing Adventures

There are many lakes within close proximity to Yellowknife that are ideally suited to visitors with limited windows of opportunity or the recreation of local residents. There are many options available to you ranging from a private self guided fishing experience on a secluded lake using your equipment or rental equipment to spending an afternoon as a guest at one of the many fishing lodges that we fly to and enjoying their hospitality and guiding services.

Camping and Canoeing

Yellowknife is surrounded by countless lakes and rivers. If you have a desire to spend time on the land and experience the power of nature we can help! Choose to be delivered to any number of secluded locations; lakes surrounded by boreal forest, sites on Great Slave Lake's East Arm looking onto the spectacular cliff drops and rock faces, or let us take you past the tree line to barrenlands where there are endless views of sandy eskers and glacial moraine. Yes we fly canoes! We also rent canoes.

Telephone:
867-920-4400

NARWAL Northern Adventures

NARWAL is licensed outfitter that has been operating in the North since 1981. Our mission is to provide safe, personable and fun experiences in the outdoors. We offer year-round opportunities for you to learn and explore. Our guides have plenty of knowledge about culture and traditions of the North and are trained in Standard and Wilderness First Aid.

Summer

In the summer, join our Paddle Canada certified northern guides in a canoe or kayak for a 1-day, 3-day, or 6-day paddling adventure! Our guides can collaborate with you to create your personal northern adventure.  Explore scenic Yellowknife Bay with our guides by travelling via 29-foot voyageur canoes during a Floating Dinner Theatre. Enjoy a traditional meal of soup and bannock complemented by lively entertainment featuring music and dramatic presentations of historic northern events. All ages welcome!

Other summer activities:

-        Fishing

-        Motor boat tour

-        Voyageur canoe day tours

Winter

In the winter, hop on a snowmobile or strap on your snowshoes to discover an adventure with our experience, safety-trained guides. You can enjoy a guided walk to the intriguing ice caves, have a blast on a guided snowmobile tour on Great Slave Lake and surrounding trails, or learn to build an igloo with the guidance of our skilled instructors. Traditional Inuit fur clothing is available for rent while on a NARWAL tour.

Telephone:
(867) 873-6443