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Member Lac La Martre Adventures

“Like No Other Place On Earth”

We are the only fly-in lodge located a 50 minute float plane flight from Yellowknife on beautiful 1000 sq. mile Lac La Martre. Our lodge is a Fisherman's dream!  Monster pike and lake trout will make this the trip of a lifetime!

Escape the city and enjoy the seclusion of our remote island. In the fall, view the magic of the Aurora Lights from just outside your cabin door! Opportunities to watch the sunrise and sunset, explore our beautiful nature trails and search for local wildlife such as bear and moose.

For more information on our Aurora viewing or fishing packages please visit our website, email or call. 

Lac La Martre Adventures


Two men each holding up a huge fish on a Lac La Martre Fishing tour.

Trophy Fishing

The fishing at Lac La Martre Adventures’ monster pike, arctic grayling and lake trout fishing lodge will have you saying that it is “Like No Other Place On Earth” because it truly is. Many successful fisherman and repeat guests can attest to that statement as catching the lake’s monster fish is unlike any other fly in fishing experience. Contact us to book a trip to Lac La Martre for our next season today.

Lac La Martre Lodge over head aerial view at sunset in the Northwest Territories.

Fly-In Fishing Lodge

The Lodge at Lac La Martre is located on an island near the center of the lake, accessible only by floatplane. The camp offers eight very comfortable guest cabins with full bathrooms and heaters for your fly in fishing trip, as well as a main lodge and dining room. Nope, not a dude ranch, no water slides, just warm comfortable quarters, great food, hosts that aim to please, and the best damn lake trout and northern pike fishing in the world! Visit our website today or give us a call for more information.

Dazzling green Northern Lights at the Lac La Martre Lodge in the Northwest Territories.

Aurora Viewing

The bright whimsical green and purple lights of the aurora you see when you are up in the north are collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth’s atmosphere. The lights are seen above the magnetic poles of the northern hemisphere. They are known as ‘Aurora Borealis’ or Northern Lights. We are the only lodge on beautiful, 1,000-square mile, Lac La Martre and have great spots to view the Northern Lights with out light pollution of the city or town.Visit our website today or give us a call for more information.


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