Great Bear Lake
Home of the Trophy Trout
On the edge of the tree line and hundreds of miles from civilization, Great Bear Lake is the 4th largest lake in North America and is fished by only 300 lucky anglers each year.
There is no better fishing in the world. Great Bear boasts the All Tackle World Records for lake trout and arctic grayling, as well as dozens of line class records.
Great Bear Lake Lodge is where our two turbine Otters are stationed and therefore is our only lodge that offers daily fly out opportunities. This is also our only lodge that offer anglers the opportunity of accessing any fishing for arctic char, including the world famous Tree River.
On your trip you can stumble upon caribou, moose, grizzly bears, muskox and even century old tee-pees. Great Bear is home to indescribable beauty only understood once you've seen it.
- Fully Guided Fishing
- Red Seal Chef
- Fully Stocked Bar
- Pool table
- Thursday “Wine & Cheese” Night
- Tackle Shop
- Internet Access
- Meeting Facilities
- 24-hour Electricity
- Private Guest Cabins with attached bathrooms
Great Bear Lake Lodge books for 7-day trips for $7,095 USD/person. We also offer the option to add-on an excursion to Tree River with this package. We traditionally take bookings for 2, 4, 6, or 8 anglers. To enquire about an odd-numbered booking, or groups over 8, please feel free to call us toll-free at 1-800-665-0240.
Saturday to Saturday starting July 1 – September 2, 2023
July 1 to September 2, 2023
June 29 to August 31, 2024
June 28 – August 29, 2025
Bookings for Great Bear Lake Lodge are 7 days
Trophy lake trout and arctic grayling
Tree River access
Flyfishing Packages available
Great river fishing for grayling
Main lodge & cabins
44 guest capacity
Two Turbine Otter Float Planes
Daily Fly-out Opportunities
Private 5600’ airstrip
18' Custom built Lund boats & 40 hp four stroke motors
Call us toll-free at 1-800-665-0240
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Plummer's is the ultimate Canadian fishing trip. We have lodges on both Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake, as well as a camp at the Tree River. Each lodge has its own unique features but all offer unparalleled fishing.