Private Fishing Camps in the Yukon
A fly-in fishing trip to the remote lakes of Canada’s Yukon remains one of the great fishing adventures in one of North America’s last frontiers. Let us fly you and your friends in to fish for Northern Pike on one of our nine secluded lakes north of Whitehorse, in the Yukon River basin.
Learn more about the Yukon Wilderness Fishing Camps:
- Lyn Lake: 2 persons
- Ken Lake: 2 to 4 persons
- Coghlan Lake: 2 to 6 persons
- Teehnah Lake: 2 to 6 persons
- Drury Lake: 2 to 8 persons
- Frank Lake: 4 to 8 persons
- Mandanna Lake: 4 to 8 persons
- Claire Lake: 4 to 12 persons
The fishing season in the Yukon runs from the last weekend in May to the end of September. Enjoy some of the best fly fishing and spin/cast fishing in the world for Northern Pike. Northern Canada’s Yukon welcomes you to our clean and well-maintained fishing camps with a choice of nine pristine Yukon lakes – all to yourself. Come enjoy a Pike fishing trip through Wilderness Fishing Yukon.
Fly-Fishing Northern Pike
Canada’s Yukon is legendary for the best Northern Pike fishing. Fishing for Northern Pike in this area has increased enormously during the last few years. The Yukon and Northwest Territories offer fly fishermen some of the most spectacular Pike fishing you will ever experience. When you hit the right weather and temperature conditions it is no problem to catch several Pike measuring over a meter in one single day. Stormy and cloudy weather with very bright sunshine in between seem to offer the ideal conditions but you can also experience great Northern Pike fishing on dull, dark and windy days.
Spin-Casting Northern Pike
Spin cast fishing for Northern Pike can be equally entertaining. Use the Northern Pike lures we recommend for your Pike fishing vacation. Techniques for Northern Pike spin cast fishing are similar to fly fishing techniques except that you can catch big Pike while trolling. See our description in the trout fishing section for trolling rigs.