Drive in or fly in to a great wilderness experience.
Enjoy some of the finest fishing in northern Saskatchewan, visit historic Native pictographs and an ancient meteorite crater; savour the fragrant fresh air, the spectacular scenery, the relaxing pace of the unspoiled North.
Nordic Lodge is located on a sheltered bay on the southern shores of Reindeer Lake, in the midst of rugged breathtaking Precambrian scenery.
We take pride in our excellent fishing and modern, comfortable housekeeping accommodations.
You can reach us easily by road from LaRonge, about 135 miles (217km) to the southwest of us on Highway 102, or by light plane to our 2200' MOT-approved gravel airstrip.
Now you can enjoy a wilderness vacation at a reasonable price! Come get away from it all!
Fishing at Nordic Lodge
Reindeer Lake is noted for its variety of fishing experiences.
The lake is about 160 miles long, covering an area of nearly 2,500 square miles. One of our prime Lake Trout areas is Deep Bay, one of the world's largest ancient meteorite craters.
More than 700 feet deep and 6 miles across, this body of water remains cold long after the heat has driven trout down to unreachable depths in most other lakes.
Also in Deep Bay you can fish the elusive Arctic Grayling. Seldom found in still water, these scrappy little fighters offer a real challenge to the expert fisherman.
Northern Pike, many of them trophy size, abound in the many bays and inlets along the shoreline. You may also connect with Walleye, Lake Trout, while for the fly fisherman or ultra-light fan, there are Whitefish.
We have day-use sites on Marchand and Fafard Lakes, accessible by boat from Nordic Lodge. Marchand will give you lots of action for Northerns, while Fafard is known for Walleye.
Reindeer Lake has been designated a Catch and Release 1 lake, the largest C&R 1 lake in Saskatchewan. These reduced limits should ensure that the superb fishing you enjoy today will still be available for future generations.