B & L Cabins and Outfitters

Stacey Kidd

Main Address :
Box 1522
La Ronge ,  SK
S0J 1L0
Phone :  (780) 455-1765
Fax : 

Summer Address :
Box 1522
La Ronge  , SK
S0J 1L0
Phone :  (306) 425-2526
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B & L Cabins and Outfitters
We will greet you with northern charm, spoil you with delectable home style meals, pamper you in deluxe accommodation and assist you in catching your trophy! Deluxe lakefront accommodation, new boats and home-made meals. Local guides. Drive or fly to the resort. Family owned and operated for more than 20 years with a 90% return and referal rate.


Full Service, Drive-in, Guides

Fishing Available:
Walleye, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Perch

Hunting Available:


Other Information
Dates Open : Mid May through to Mid September

Lake or Area Name : Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan

The information on this site was provided to us from the lodge or outfitter. Please visit their link to find even more detailed information.

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You are standing on your private lake front deck, satisfied after a home style breakfast, watching the sunrise slice the horizon. The lake is smooth as glass and the only sounds you hear are the faint echoes of Loons greeting you to a new day. Geared up and only steps away from your boat you realize your entire day is going to be spent trolling amongst endless islands, soaking up Mother Nature's glory.

After your peaceful boat ride, you throw your first cast! The sun is warm on your face while the water taps the side of your boat when .... Wham!! The calm breaks with a jerk of your rod. You've caught your fighter! Another cast, Wham!! you've hooked your Trophy Catch!!

Lac La Ronge is home to over 1300 islands and her shoreline runs 635 miles with depths of 180 feet. Walleye, Lake Trout and Northern Pike are yours for the taking!

Naturally, Walleye high season runs from May through to the middle of July. Down rigging Lakers starts in mid July and winds down the end of September while Northern Pike are always waiting to bite!!

Walleye - The largest member of the Perch family, the Walleye generally has an olive-green back, with color gradually fading to a cream-color belly. The sides usually have some darker banding. The forward dorsal fin is adorned with sharp spines and the mouth has many sharp teeth; it has large, milky eyes, specially adapted for seeing in the dark. Found throughout Lac La Ronge around deeper shoals during the Summer and in the shallows during the spring and fall. Spawning occurs in the shallows of gravelly bays or river mouths in spring after ice break-up.

Northern Pike - The Northern pike has a long, slender body and its jaws are flattened like a duck's bill. Coloration ranges from olive-green to blue-green with a lighter belly. The sides are randomly splattered with numerous light-colored spots. The tail fin is forked with rounded lobes; cheek and upper half of the gill cover are fully scaled. Found throughout Lac la Ronge in various water conditions but primarily in shallow waters along shorelines of bays and marshes. Spawning occurs in shallow weedy bays after the spring thaw.

Lake Trout - One of La La Ronge's largest freshwater fish, the lake trout usually has light colored spots on a darker background which blends from dark to a lighter shade on the belly. The tail is deeply forked. Found in the shallows during spring and fall. In the Summer, they are found in cooler, deep water near the bottom. Spawning occurs late September to November on rocky shoals.

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