Slippery Winds Wilderness Resort
Great White North Lodges – remote, fly-in American-Plan fishing and waterfowl hunting lodges located in northern Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario and northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
A jewel hidden in northwestern Ontario, less than 40 miles from the U.S. – Canada border. A short float-plane trip from Fort Frances, Ontario, takes you to the lodge located on a peninsula between Yoke Lake and Straw Lake. This American-Plan lodge offers its guests the opportunity to angle for six species of sportfish, including smallmouth and largemouth bass, lake trout, muskie, northern pike and walleye on six separate lakes that are accessible via boat or short portage.
One of Saskatchewan’s premier fishing lodges. Located in the heart of Wollaston Lake’s “Monster Pike” habitat, our full-service, fly-in, American-Plan, fishing lodge offers discerning anglers the best fishing adventure possible. Whether you are looking to be pampered at the main lodge with full service and guided fishing for trophy pike, walleye, lake trout, or Arctic grayling; or if you would rather “rough it” at a remote, wilderness outpost camp, Minor Bay Lodge & Outposts has the fly-in fishing package to suit your desires.
One of the few goose hunting lodges left on the Hudson Bay coast. Located on Cape Tatnam near the mouth of the Kaskattama River in northern Manitoba, Canada, Kaska is a hunters’ paradise. A maximum of 16 hunters per trip have the opportunity to hunt where the flyway begins for a variety of geese and ducks including greater and lesser snow, blue, Ross, giant and lesser Canada and Richardson geese; as well as pintail, teal, mallard, scaup and American black ducks.