The Yukon territory is Canada’s ‘Last Frontier’ - you can catch 12 different species
This territory is located in the north-west of the country. It’s a mountainous forest-clad region which is bordered by the Beaufort Sea to the north, by Alaska to the west, by the Northwest Territories to the east, and by British Columbia to the south. The Yukon is divided in two by the river of the same name which comes from the Mackenzie mountains. Mount Logan (5959m) in St Elias near the border with Alaska is the second-highest peak in North America.
The Dezadeash Lake has excellent possibilities for lake fish, pike and grayling – and that’s just outside your door!
The Sixmile River, which flows out of the lake, has pike and whitefish; Kathleen River (about 15 mins away) has top-class fishing not far from the Lodge.
In summer, a guide will take you to the fishing spots by jet-boat.
In autumn, the best spots on the River Namaycush for rainbow, whitefish and big grayling are within walking distance. We can also organise a 3-day wilderness tour – with all the comfort you need, a grilled steak on a wood fire, and all the fishing you could dream of, without the stress of daily life. The lodge has several log cabins on the most beautiful lakes in the region, miles away from civilization.
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Always tight lines, Alexander
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