Bakers Narrows Lodge

Peg or Jennie Baynton

Main Address :
Box 337
Flin Flon ,  MB
R8A 1N1
Phone :  (204) 681-3251
Fax :  (204) 687-8691

Summer Address :
Box 337
Flin Flon  , MB
R8A 1N1
Phone :  (204) 681-3251
Fax :  (204) 687-8691

Toll Free :  866-603-6390

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Bakers Narrows Lodge
Manitoba's deluxe drive-to or fly-in lodge. 15 log cabins, outpost camps, cabin or tent. Deluxe American Plan or Light Housekeeping. Open year round. Daily fly-outs to wilderness day lakes. Trophy master angler catch in all species. Family owned and operated.


Full Service, Drive-in, Fly-in, Remote Outposts, Guides, Fly Outs, Kayaking, Canoe Trips, Free shuttle from airport (Flin Flon), Snowmobile Tours, Dog sledding

Fishing Available:
Walleye, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Brook Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Perch, Burbot, Whitefish

Hunting Available:
Black Bear, Moose, Grouse


Other Information
Dates Open : Year Round

Lake or Area Name : Lake Athapapuskow, Flin Flon, Manitoba

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Bakers Narrows Lodge offers several complete fishing packages to excite the most demanding angler featuring World Record Lake Trout, giant Pike and Walleye along with many other species. We feature 15 fully modernized two bedroom log cabins supported by full service lodge and dining facilities, large convenience / beer store, fuel station for car, boat and plane, along with fishing tackle and complete bait supplies.

Lake Athapapuskow welcomes expert and novice anglers alike to explore its possibilities. Hundreds of miles of shorelines, breathtaking channels and massive waterways merge into a challenge for any angler ready to face the monster Northern Pike, world record Lake Trout and trophy Walleye waiting to battle the most eager fisherman.

Lake Athapapuskow, the only fresh water lake to claim three world records for two different species of fish, offers so much to explore and so many places to cast your line. This oversized lake splits into two and boasts many private bays and waterways branching from its base. An experience like this is not for the timid -truly the experience of a lifetime, an adventure like no other!

You don't dare come to Lake Athapapuskow without a keen imagination and the sense to truly experience the real thrills of the adventure. For many it is not just the fishing that makes their dreams come true- the serenity and beauty of this place completes the experience.

Brook Trout - Also known as a Speckled Trout, the Brook Trout is actually a member of the Charr family as is the Lake Trout. They are found in eastern Canada from northern Ontario to Newfoundland. Brook Trout generally do not exceed 2 pounds, however, larger fish up to 6 pounds do occur in larger northern rivers. The best time is late spring and summer. Technique: Extremely strong fighters for their size, Brook Trout are found in streams, rivers, and ponds and are often caught in the whitewater at the base of falls. Spinners, spoons, and flies produce good results on spinning and fly gear. Specks feed on small fish and aquatic insects.

Lake Trout - The Lake Trout is found in deep lakes throughout Canada. Its preference for cold water makes the northern lakes prime habitat to grow the huge Lakers. Catches of over 70 pounds have been recorded and the fish may grow as old as sixty years. Average size, however, is much smaller between four to ten pounds. Prime fishing for Lake Trout occurs in the spring and fall when water temperatures are lower. Technique: Lakers are generally found in deeper water where water temperature is lower. The best location is often near reefs or rocky islands that are home to the smaller fish they feed on. Although jigging with minnows can bring results, the primary method of catching Lake Trout is trolling with baited spoons on medium to heavy baitcasting and spinning gear. These fish are popular in the winter where jigging through the ice can bring good results.

Northern Pike - Also known as the Freshwater Barracuda, the Northern Pike is a ferocious predator. These fish are found in lakes and rivers throughout Canada from the Yukon Territory to Labrador and respond well to many different lures and live bait. Although the record Northern is 46 pounds and 15 to 20 pounders are not uncommon, the average catch is more in the 6 to 9 pound range. Best results occur in late spring and early summer. Technique: Northerns utilize cover to ambush their prey which is primarily other fish such as yellow perch, walleye, whitefish and other pike.They will attack large fish and can consume a fish that is up to one-third of their own size. Weedbeds are a favourite habitat. Northern Pike will hit spinners, spoons, plugs, spinner baits, jigs and most anything that is presented resembling food.Medium spinning and baitcasting gear works well.

Walleye - The Walleye, also known as Pickerel, is not an aggressive feeder and often requires great patience to catch but the reward according to many is the tastiest game fish in Canada. It is found in lakes and rivers throughout the southern part of the country and is fished from spring to fall. They are a member of the perch family, and like the perch they are found in schools. Average size is three to five pounds. Technique: Walleye have eyes that appear apaque and are very light-sensitive. They feed on smaller fish such as yellow perch and prefer the cover of heavy weeds, often congregating at the edge of weedbeds near schools of baitfish. Many methods are used to catch Walleye including still-fishing with jigs baited with leeches, minnows or worms and casting crankbaits. Drifting or trolling with bait rigs is another option on spinning and baitcasting gear.

Smallmouth Bass - Smallmouth Bass have tremendous fighting ability and their trademark is the leap out of the water when hooked and the vigourous thrashing to free themselves. Their range in Canada is limited to lakes, ponds and streams in the southern regions.Smallmouth Bass grow on average to a size of two to three pounds and anything over five pounds is a real catch - both in size and challenge. The best time to catch this species is from late spring through fall. Technique: The ideal habitat for Smallmouth Bass is a rock bottom especially near rocky points and reefs in six to ten feet of water. They feed on smaller fish such as yellow perch and a favourite meal is the crayfish. They are receptive to both lures and live bait with crayfish and leeches being a good bet spincasting and jigging across the bottom during retrieval. Spinnerbaits, crankbaits, spinners, plugs, and spoons can be effective with light to medium spinning and baitcasting gear. Using ultra-light tackle can add to the experience.

We would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to you and your group when choosing your next Ultimate Northern Fishing Experience. Bakers Narrows Lodge is located very near Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada and conveniently located 1/2 mile from (CYFO) Flin Flon airport. We know that when searching for that perfect fishing getaway it takes a lot of your precious time and energy to ensure you will find what you want..That's why Bakers Narrows Lodge has designed this web site that will give you all the need to know information to help you with even the finest details. We guarantee that your stay with us will be all that you are promised and much, much more.

Please feel free to contact us at our numbers below, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Please return frequently to view our site, as it's features and information are presently being updated daily. Bakers Narrows Lodge offers unique packages that explore Manitoba! We also offer various family vacations, fishing tournaments, trout festivals and winter fun packages. We invite you to view all of our pages and tour our lodge in detail. The many services and adventure vacation fishing packages are listed in the left menu and we hope you enjoy your tour. Our other activities are included in the list below.

Some of Canada's best walleye fishing, pike fishing and lake trout fishing. Canada fly in fishing at it's very best for all species. A Manitoba fishing lodge with all the Canadian wilderness you'll need for a great Canada fishing trip, designed to meet all your expectations.

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