Welcome to
Reindeer Lake,
Travel Information
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What To Bring To Nordic Lodge

Fishing Tackle
  • 14 - 17 lb test for Lake Trout and Northern Pike
  • 6 – 10 lb test of or Arctic Grayling and Walleye
  • Your favorite fishing lures will often work

Other Items to Bring

  • Beer and liquor if desired as it is not available locally
  • Personal items
  • Medication
  • Warm Cloths
  • Camera
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain gear and water proof foot wear
  • Hat
  • Gloves
  • Cooler to take home fish
  • Flash light

All linens and cooking utensils will be provided. We have a small store at the camp where we carry fishing licenses and tackle, including all the lures that have proven most successful for our guests. A selection of souvenirs and confectionery items are also available.

Please note that live fish, minnows or eggs are not allowed as bait in Saskatchewan. Spoons, plugs or spinners have all been used successfully on Reindeer Lake. Bring your favorite lures as they will most likely work well for you here.

Traveling to Northern Saskatchewan

We are located 135 miles (217 km) northeast of LaRonge on Highway 102, an all-weather road. The first 20 miles (32 km) are paved, while the rest is gravel-surfaced. It is not a superhighway, but with a little caution it is easily passable with a sedan or station wagon. In fact, most of our guest choose to travel that way. A 4-wheel drive vehicle is not necessary for this road.

Gas is available at Mile 81 (130 km) (McLennan Lake) and Mile 136 (218 km) (Reindeer Lake Service, Southend). Information on Flying to Our Location in Saskatchewan

The nearest airport is LaRonge, a 5,000' paved runway. We also have a 2200' MOT-approved gravel airstrip near camp. Phone us for conditions.

Commercial Flights: Northwest Airlines, Air Canada and Canadian Regional Airlines all have daily flights into Saskatoon and Regina, including Northwest flights from Minneapolis. From Saskatoon or Regina, you can take an Athabasca Airways or LaRonge Aviation flight to LaRonge, and taxi or chartered plane from there to Nordic Lodge.

Or many of our guests rent a car in Saskatoon, buy their groceries there, and drive to Nordic Lodge (approximate driving time is 8 hours).

If you have any questions or need further information please contact us.