Please use the following for searching your northern pike fishing
lodge, resort or outpost. There are over 400 northern pike fishing
lodges listed with us.
Lawrence Bay Lodge - The fishing at Lawrence Bay Lodge on
Reindeer Lake has a lot to offer every fisherperson from huge Northern
Pike to trophy Lake Trout.
Pike Trophy Fishing Outposts
- Kasba Lake Lodge - specializes in triple trophy
fishing ferocious Northern
Pike, huge Lake Trout and the world's biggest Arctic
- Flint Wilderness Resort -
World Class fishing for Trophy Northern
Pike, Walleye, Perch and Speckled Trout Fishing with
Flint Wilderness Fishing Resort on Klotz Lake in Ontario.
- Northwood Outposts - Trophy
northern pike and walleye are commonly caught in these
very dark waters but the lake is known mainly for the
abundance of fish with Northwood.
Northern Fishing Lodges
- Laurie River Lodge - Some of the finest Northern
Pike fishing in Mantioba. A fly-in lodge in northern
- Hatchet Lake Lodge - Located in Northern Saskatchewan,
we offer fly, rod and spin fishing for trophy lake trout,
northern pike, arctic grayling, walleye and more!
- Lynn Lake Fly-in Outpost Camps - Fly-in lake
fishing for Trophy Northern
Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling. Lynn
Lake, Northern Manitoba is the home of Lynn Lake Fly-In
- Mattice Lake Outfitters - Mattice Lake Fishing
Outfitters offers truly spectacular walleye and northern
pike fishing on many Ontario Outpost Lakes. Base camp
in Armstrong, Ontario.
- Ontario Wildnerness Houseboat Rentals - Enjoy
angling for walleyes, crappies, smallmouth bass, northern
pike, and muskies.
Pike Fishing Lodges
Northern pike often consume prey half their own
length including minnows, frogs, crayfish, mice, muskrats, ducklings,
and even their own kind. Arctic pike may live for up to 25 years.
Primarily a freshwater fish, it occurs in most of Canada with
the exception of the Maritime Provinces.
Northern Pike are widely distributed in Ontario.
Historically they have not been found in the Haliburton Highlands
and the Kawartha Lakes of central Ontario. However, northern pike
are expanding their range and can now be found in the northwestern
corner of the Kawarthas. In a lake environment pike prefer weedy
bays, estuaries and shoals as spring and summer habitat. During
cool autumn days pike are most likely to seek deeper water. Northern
Pike are aggressive feeders through spring, summer and fall and
continue to be caught through the ice during the winter months.
Northern Pike will take just about every kind of live and artificial
bait, including very large streamer flies.