Please use the following for searching your Arctic
Grayling fishing lodges, resorts or outposts. There are several
arctic lodges listed with us.
Arctic Grayling have an average length of 12-15 inches
and weighs in at 1-3 pounds. A strikingly coloured fish, the back
is purple to blue-black or blue-grey with sides of a pinkish iridescence
having a number of V-shaped or diamond shaped spots. The Arctic
Grayling head is olive-green with a mauve iridescence. During spawning
the colors darken and the male becomes more brilliant than the female.
Grayling Fishing Outposts
Arctic Lodges - Great Slave Lake, Great Bear Lake, Northwest
Fishing with Mark Glassmaker
Canadian Fishing Adventures
Fishing Lodge - Modern facility with professional guides,
world class fishing, and the beauty of the Northwest Territories.
Fishing Lodges - Athabasca Lake, Saskatchewan
Fly-In Lodges Ltd. - Nueltin Lake, Kasmere Lake, Shannon Lake,
Lake Lodge - The ultimate getaway location located in the
Northwest Territories, Canada. Fly in to this renowned destination
to enjoy catch & release, fly fishing and canoeing along the
miles of pristine shoreline.
River Heritage Lodge
Sand Lake Lodge & Outposts - Full service guided pkgs 2-9
people. Fly-in camps. Good hunting for deer and moose. We have
owned Northwinds Outpost and Pine Grove camp for 26 years, and
we have been fulfilling fisherman's needs since we opened in 1973.
Lake Fly-in Outpost Camps - Lynn Lake, Manitoba Northern
Arctic Fly-In Lodges
Lake Lodge - Munroe Lake, Manitoba
River Lodge Ltd.
Lodges - Situated in the heart of Manitoba's majestic northland,
North Knife Lake Lodge and Dymond Lake Lodge are a serious sport
- Camp Grayling - Fly-in trophy fishing of 5 species, fish
guided in 18ft. Boats, world class lake and river fishing at Camp
Grayling. Fishing lodge for Walleye, Lake Trout, Northern Pike,
Arctic Grayling. Guide Location: Black Lake, Northern Saskatchewan
& D Camps
Lake Lodge - Ena Lake, Northwestern Saskatchewan
Lake Lodge & Patterson Lake Outpost
La Martre Lodge - 100% catch and release.
Wilderness Guiding Services
Wilderness Adventures - 60 miles south of NWT & Central
Point Lake Lodge
Always on the lookout for a tasty insect morsel, Arctic
grayling are popular with anglers for their willingness to take
a lure. This characteristic, however, is more than a special gift
from nature. It is one of the grayling's unique adaptations.
Sporting an elegant sail-like dorsal fin, Arctic grayling
are freshwater cousins of the trout. During the short summer season,
Arctic Grayling feast on huge numbers of drifting aquatic insects.
Arctic Grayling prefer to feed in clear flowing rivers so they can
see their prey. Arctic Grayling use silty glacial rivers as summer
migration corridors and for overwintering.
Arctic Grayling are taken by Eskimos and Indians as
food for their dogs and, less often, for themselves. They are an
attractive sport fish due to their tendency to leap when hooked.
Fly fishermen fly into northern Canada to catch this beautiful fish.