How to get to Ubiquity Lake Outfitters in Metoa, Saskatchewan

Maps, Information, Highways and Aircraft: Getting to our Canadian Fishing & Hunting Retreat in Metoa, Saskatchewan

Ubiquity Lake and our Carpenter Lake Outpost are located 108 miles north of Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan Canada . This area is accessible only by float plane. Fisherman and Hunters who choose to fly to Canada will fly by commercial flight to Saskatoon or Edmonton. Northwest Air and Air Canada provide regular service into both destinations.

Guests then have the option of either driving by rental car or flying by charter airplane to Buffalo Narrows.  Should you desire to drive to Buffalo Narrows, you will have an excellent paved highway to travel on.


Ubiquity Lake Outfitters provides return airfare from Buffalo Narrows to Ubiquity Lake by charter service provided by Voyage Air.

On arrival to Buffalo Narrows, please check in with Voyage Air. Voyage Air is located on the lakefront, on the right hand side, adjacent to the highway entering town. For those who drive to Buffalo Narrows, Voyage Air will provide free parking for your vehicle upon arrival.

A representative of Voyage Air will help you with your luggage and load the floatplane. Your flight to camp will be in an Otter or a Beaver aircraft.

All groups must arrive at Buffalo Narrows at least one hour prior to flight time to weigh luggage and load the plane. The maximum weight allowance per person, including luggage and gear, is 40 lbs for fisherman and 55 lbs for hunters.

For those clients who prefer door to door service, special charter service is available so one can fly direct from Saskatoon or Edmonton to Ubiquity Lake.

For those who wish to fly their own aircraft, Buffalo Narrows has a 5000 foot paved, lighted airstrip.   NBD, fuel (unicom 122.8). Charter flights are available from Saskatoon to Buffalo Narrows.

Ubiquity Lake Outfitters accept no responsibility for any delays in flight time. Customer safety is first priority and all flight decisions will be made by Voyage Air.

Fly-in fishing, Otter landing on lake