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Member Plummer's Great Slave Lake Lodge

Great Slave Lake Lodge combines trophy lake trout, arctic grayling, and northern pike fishing with one of the best opportunities to view Arctic wolves, moose, bald and golden eagles, black bears, and other northern creatures. It is all wrapped in a stunning landscape of towering cliffs and ancient forests. Being the fifth largest lake in North America, and so isolated, it is no wonder that the Great Slave region supports so much wildlife, and its waters so many trophy fish.

 

Plummer's Great Slave Lake Lodge

Services

Fishing

Great Slave Lake Lodge consists of a main lodge building that boasts an amazing view, a cozy dining room, and a lounge with a fully stocked bar. Separate cabins along the shoreline offer self-contained units with a three-piece bath, electric heat, and 24-hour electricity. The guest capacity at Plummer's Great Slave Lake Lodge is 44 anglers per week. The lodge on Great Slave Lake is the only one to offer three, four and seven-day fishing trips to suit anyone's schedule. The rate will range from $2,595 to $4,495 per trip, plus applicable taxes.

 

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