Drury Lake lies 115 air miles north-northeast of Whitehorse in the Yukon. This scenic lake is surrounded by the Yukon’s beautiful Pelly Mountains. Drury Lake is 15 miles long and Drury Creek is navigable for an additional two miles.
Drury Lake is best known for its Arctic Grayling (up to four pounds). The sight casting for Grayling in Drury Creek is also something you will not forget! In addition to Grayling, Drury Lake has produced Lake Trout over 40 inches and Northern Pike up to 15 pounds. Drury Lake is one of the best Yukon lakes for wildlife viewing opportunities.
- Wilderness Fishing Yukon’s 14′ x 20′ eight man cabin on Drury Lake is set in a stand of beautiful white spruce.
- The camp has four 14′ boats with 9.9hp motors.
- Camp change: Fridays