Escape the city and view the incredible fall Northern Lights on our remote island. We are a fly-in lodge located a 50 minute float plane flight from Yellowknife on beautiful 1000 sq. mile Lac La Martre. We are the ONLY lodge located on the lake! Enjoy the seclusion of our lodge with opportunities to watch the sunrise and sunset, explore our beautiful nature trails with bright Fall colors, search for local wildlife such as bear and moose, bird watching, water activities including fishing and then take in the magic of the dancing lights from just outside your cabin door!
If you are seeking premium Canadian Lake Trout fishing Aylmer Lake Lodge has the ideal conditions. Located on the barrenlands in the Northwest Territories of Canada, with over 1700 sq km of water, Aylmer Lake provides the structure and forage base that large populations of giant trophy Lake Trout require. Large, cold, crystal clear waters that offer sight lines to 50 feet equal large fish at Aylmer Lake!
There is nothing more arctic experience than Ice Fishing on one of the largest lakes in Canada. Join your guide on an ice fishing adventure, set in the most spectacular winter landscapes of Yellowknife. Reel in your catch from The Great Slave Lake the second-largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the deepest lake in North America at 614 meters, and a home for many monster fish that includes Arctic Grayling, Inconnu, Trout, Pickerel and White Fish. Part of the tour you will be able to taste some of mouth watering local fish recipes your guide will treat you with.
A fierce fighter for a fish its size
Dream BIG - whether you love to fish for monster lake trout and patiently wait it out; like a lot of action; are in it for the love of great food – with freshly caught shore lunches or, just enjoy being on the water and breathing in the fresh air and getting away from it all – then this is the experience we can offer you. Through the months of July and August, mother nature provides a narrow window of opportunity to enjoy the spectacular fishing and natural wonders here on the edge of the treeline and the barrens.