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Our Lakes

Ubiquity Lake Outfitters operates our private, fly-in hunting and fishing lodge on Ubiquity Lake, Carpenter Lake, Esker Lake and Mckie Lake in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada.

Each lake offers a unique fishing experience which provides endless opportunity for action-packed angling and adventure!

We also offer Guided Black Bear hunting on the land surrounding these waterways. This vast area adds up to 75,000 acres of hunting land, which has a healthy population of beautiful bears and other wildlife!

Which lake will be your favourite destination?

There's only one way to find out!

Ubiquity Lake

Remote, Fly-in Lodge in Northern Saskatchewan!

Our main lodge is located on the south end of Ubiquity Lake. When fishing at Ubiquity Lake you will have the opportunity to catch Trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye.

The lodge is also the base camp for our Black Bear hunts.

Fed by underground springs and the waters of the Burstad River, this lake provides many areas to fish, which are safe from prevailing winds. Ubiquity Lake features sand shorelines along with some rocky areas.  The trees are a mixture birch and pine. The bottom of the lake has very few level areas, with depths varying dramatically from one area to another.

The depth of the lake is up to 165 feet at some points. 120 feet is common. This provides endless areas of structure for fish to congregate in. With an extremely irregular shoreline, you will have unlimited areas to fish, including some spectacular areas for fly fishing.

Scenery is fantastic and wildlife is abundant so make sure your camera is ready!

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Carpenter Lake

Huge Lake Trout & Pike Fishing in Saskatchewan!

Carpenter Lake is a camp favourite for many guests.

Our Outpost cabin is located here, nestled in to a picturesque bay at the mouth of a set of rapids.

Carpenter Lake has crystal clear water and holds some huge Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Whitefish.

The lake is broken up into two main areas. One area of the lake consists of a large bay with several islands and a mile long channel. These are favourite areas on windy days when one is looking for a sheltered location.

This area of the lake has produced some of the largest Northern Pike caught by our guests.

The main lake itself opens up, providing plenty of rocky shoreline, which is a common location for spawning Lake Trout.

Currently Carpenter Lake holds the camp record for the largest Lake Trout!

Esker Lake

Esker Lake offers private shoreline fishing!

Esker Lake is a short walk from Carpenter Lake. Just grab your gear, no need to transport the boats across land as there will be some ready and waiting for you at Esker! 

This beautiful lake is surrounded by white sand beaches and has great fishing. For those who are looking for a swim, you will not be disappointed.

Rocky shoals provide fabulous fishing spots for Lake Trout in spring and fall. Long channels and islands provide many areas to search out for that 45 inch Northern Pike or that 35 lb Lake Trout. Many miles of shoreline on this lake have not seen fishing action for years!

For the fly fisherman, this lake provides some prime areas to catch Lake Trout in early spring or late September.

Some guests consider Esker as their favourite lake.


Is it the great fishing, beautiful beaches, or the shore lunch under the mature 40 foot pine trees that brings them back?


You will just need to experience it for yourself to know for sure.

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McKie Lake

Explore the Caribou crossing on your Northern Saskatchewan Adventure!

Mckie Lake is large body of water virtually untouched by our guests.

This beautiful lake is about six miles long and two miles wide and is about a 1/2 mile portage from Ubiquity Lake.

Mckie Lake holds some prize Northern Pike and Lake Trout.

Our portage location between Ubiquity Lake and Mckie Lake, is a main crossing area for Caribou in the wintertime. If you walk the shorelines you can sometimes find antlers that have been shed!

Check out the wild blueberries in the fall. Forest fires from previous years now make this a prime area for those with a sweet tooth and make this a great place to spot bears.

Mckie Lake is best suited for the ultimate explorer!