EXCEPTIONAL FLY-IN FISHING

Ubiquity Lake Outfitters offer a private Canadian trophy fishing experience. If you are looking for fantastic fishing with multiple species to target in various types of terrain, then we are the camp for you!

Each of our four lakes have unique qualities which ensures that the adventures are unlimited and the fish are abundant.

Our policy of barbless hooks and catch and release for all trophy fish will ensure healthy fish population for years.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Fly-Fishing Adventures at Ubiquity Lake

Ubiquity Lake Outfitters will offer you endless excitement and opportunities to catch trophy Canadian Northern Pike and Lake Trout that cannot be matched anywhere in Saskatchewan. 

Canadian fly-fishing offers the angler a different presentation and you will catch trophy size fish that may not be interested in other lures.

Catching a Northern Pike makes a fly-fishing experience worthwhile.

They are aggressive and are very tough fighters once they know they have been caught.

When you catch a big one, be prepared for a long battle. Larger Pike will often take refuge in deeper water and often escape the inexperienced angler.

Usually the best days for Pike fishing will be the clear-sky, warm and sunny days. A favourite tactic is sight fishing on calm days. You will find that these monsters usually dwell near things like weeds, logs, reefs, shallow bays, or where there is a flowing stream.

Pike like a variety of lure colors, shapes and sizes, so make sure you bring some choices with colors varying from red, white, yellow, black, or ones that have strands of silver or gold to catch the Pike's attention.

Fishing for Lake Trout with a fly rod gives the Trout fisherman the opportunity to catch Trout larger than anything they have ever caught.

The biggest fish usually take the biggest flies, but you can catch 5 -15 lb Lake Trout on nymphs and dry flies. 

Lake Trout are very skittish, so anglers will have their best luck on dull days or in the evening.

We have found the best time to catch Lake Trout with a fly is in September when the Lake Trout shoal up and prepare themselves for spawning on gravel beaches and around little islands.

For more about our species of fish and using spinning reels, see Our Fish.

WHAT TO BRING

Preparing for your Fly-In Fishing Trip

When packing for fly-in fishing holiday, make your trip enjoyable by bringing the appropriate clothing to keep you warm and dry. Late May and early June will have night time lows of 40-55 Fahrenheit (4-13° Celsius) and daytime highs of 55-85 Fahrenheit (13-30° Celsius)

If the weather is cloudy and rainy, you can expect cool conditions.

On hot sunny days, the sunlight is very intense so sunscreen and a hat are a must.

Packing For Your Trip

  • Warm jacket

  • Rain suit

  • Water resistant or rubber boots

  • Gloves

  • Insect repellent

  • Personal items, towels, etc

  • Sunglasses and hat

  • Camera

  • Tobacco products

  • Beverages

    - We arrange to have all beer, etc. taken into camp prior to your arrival. 

        Let us know how much you would like we will have it shipped to camp for you.

  • Fishing Gear and Tackle

  • Fishing license (see below for link)

  • Fishing rod. Medium action will be fine.

  • If you have an extra rod, bring it along.

  • Reel (with new line). 12 - 17 lb test

  • Wire leaders: 6 - 12 inch 30 lb test

  • Assorted lures. We recommend Len Thompson #2, Five of Diamonds or Red and White Spoons, Canadian Wigglers, bright lures for casting and trolling 2-5 inches in length work great, 1/8 or 1/4 ounce jigs, 4 - 6 inch plugs.

       - If you have the choice, bring barbless hooks

  • Long nose pliers

  • Fly rod with 2-6 inch flies

  • Healthy appetite for fresh fish!

  • We ask clients to ensure their luggage and gear be a maximum of 40 lbs.

All visitors returning to the U.S.A must carry a Passport.

FISHING LICENSE

Purchase a Saskatchewan Fishing License

Angling licenses are available:

Online: Saskatchewan's Hunting, Angling, & Trapping License Sales

In-person: Ministry of Environment offices, select provincial parks or private issuers.

By phone: 1-855-848-4773 (8 a.m. to 9 p.m.).

Please allow 10 business days for delivery.

 

If purchasing online, you will require an Automated Hunting, Angling and Trapping License (HAL) System account.​

Creating an account is easy and it will automatically generate a unique HAL number or HAL ID, for you. 

Your HAL number will be used for all future hunting and angling licenses purchases.