In 2000, Aylmer Lake Lodge opened – intended to serve primarily as a caribou camp. After being open for five years, the business was shuttered. In 2012, new life came into the Lodge when we took over. With an exclusive allocation of over 1700 square kilometers of truly wild and remote lakes, Aylmer Lake Lodge became the home of amazing fishing. There has never been commercial fishing or First Nation’s sustenance fisheries on these lakes, and nearly no sport fishing before 2013.
Bring your camera in mid to late August and watch the aura Borealis each evening.
We have lots of older folks who love to bring their sons, daughters, and grandchildren on an annual fishing trip. Spending a great day on the water is a wonderful way to spend some quality time with each other. Consider spendin View more...
Arctic Char, Grayling , Lake trout, Whitefish