Trout, pike and walleye destinations with incredible vistas, unique geography and amazing wildlife
POLAR BEAR COUNTRY, MANITOBA
Arctic apex predators and bountiful brook trout
Ever wanted to cast a line in rarely fished waters while viewing wild polar bears? Churchill Wild’s exclusive fly-fishing trip to Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge might just be for you. Located 250 kilometres southeast of Churchill at the mouth of the Menahook River on the Hudson Bay coast, the lodge is usually only visited by hard-core wildlife watchers. But for six days in September, adventurous anglers can enjoy steady sea-run brook trout action as they walk and wade the Menahook and Mistikokan Rivers. And while the trout may not be giants—the average length is 18 inches—they are plentiful and aggressive. The first-ever trip was offered just last year, and for 2018, only four lucky anglers will be accepted. Exclusive indeed.