Scott Gardner
Scott Gardner

Why this Saskatchewan lodge may have Canada’s best pike fishing

This may be Canada’s best pike fishing

Some places have big northerns, some have lots of them, but Cree River Lodge has both

Scott Gardner
Scott Gardner

The next day we allotted a couple of hours to nab some walleye for a big group shorelunch. Talk about overkill—each boat was assigned to bring four fish which, after anchoring in one of the Cree’s inflows, took about 15 minutes. We kept a foursome in the 16-inch range for lunch, but there were lots of bigger ones around, including this nice one of Lynn’s. In the background is Wade Babcock, Pat’s dad and a guide at the lodge. Wade, by the way, is hilarious and has some pretty wild stories from his decades as an outdoorsman.

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