Wollaston Lake Minor Bay Lodge

Minor Bay Lodge - Saskatchewan

Wollaston Lake Trophy Northern Pike Fishing

Minor Bay Lodge is located on the southwest corner of Wollaston Lake, Canada’s 13th largest lake and the spawning ground of monstrous northern pike and lake trout. The lake covers an area of over 1,300 square miles, with over 800 square miles of water within its boundaries. Minor Bay Lodge is open June and July, only two months for peak fishing.


Minor Bay Lodge Fishing - Saskatchewan

Minor Bay Fishing

Minor Bay Lodge is regarded as one of Canada’s top fishing lodges with trophy pike and lake trout fishing. All fishing is catch-and-release.
Minor Bay Lodge The Lodge is located in a sheltered bay in the southwest corner of Wollaston Lake, right in the heart of Monster Pike Country. The lake’s south end is all about structure—marshy spawning bays, peninsulas, sand and rock bars, plus a huge number of weed beds--the ideal habitat for northern pike to spawn, feed and grow to incredible size.
Minor Bay is located in the best location on Wollaston for access to pike and lake trout. There are places relatively close to the Lodge for both species. Wollaston Lake is at the northern end of the walleye range, so they tend to catch larger walleye, but not high numbers. The best walleye fishing is at the river inlets and outlets to and from the lake, which is a 45 to 60-minute boat ride from the Lodge. Guests don't usually come to Wollaston to fish for walleye.
Travel time:  Great pike fishing is within 15 to 60-minutes of the Lodge. The average boat ride is around 20 to 30 minutes before you start fishing. A lot depends on the direction and strength of the wind as to how far the guides travel and where they go.

Fishing Facts:

Minor Bay pike fishing

2020 Season:  June 10 thru July 31 for peak fishing.
Boats:  Custom-made 18’ to 20’ Alumarine and Crestliner boats with Yamaha 50 HP 4-stroke Yamaha outboards,  padded swivel seats, floorboards, large casting decks, and fish locators. Two anglers per boat and guide. Boat coolers are stocked with your choice of beverages and are billed to your tab.
Catch-and-Release:  Other than small fish kept for shore lunches, all fish must be released.
Guides:  They have excellent, professional guides. Each day, the guides prepare a delicious shore lunch for you. The Lodge’s head guide has guided on Wollaston Lake for over 25 years.
Equipment:  Fishing gear and tackle is not included. A detailed list of what to bring is provided in our confirmation packet. The Lodge has several open-faced spinning and baitcasting outfits available for rent.
Fishing Licenses:  are not included. A non-resident license runs about $100.00 CND.

Minor Bay Lodge

Minor Bay Fishing

Minor Bay Lodge is truly a wilderness adventure, complete with remarkable fishing, wildlife viewing, breathtaking vistas, and exceptional guides and staff.
The Lodge has seven modern guest cabins. Each cabin has electric lights, electric baseboard heat, hotel-grade double beds, and a private bathroom with a large shower. The standard 2-bedroom cabins sleep two guests. The deluxe 4-bedroom cabins sleep eight and have a large common area with a mudroom, wet bar, and three bathrooms each with a jetted tub.
living room inside cabinThe living room area in a 4-bedroom cabin.
Meals:  Appetizers are served each evening before a three-course dinner. Their chefs prepare entrees such as baby back ribs, prime rib, and more. Guests often enjoy a quiet drink in the Lodge's screened verandah while watching the sun slowly set over Wollaston Lake.
Communications:   Satellite television and high-speed Wi-Fi are available in the lounge. A computer is available for guests to use.

Getting to the Lodge:

You’ll fly to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. A lodge representative will greet you at the airport. You'll take a free hotel shuttle to The Park Town Hotel , where you'll stay the night. In the morning, you'll meet the Minor Bay Lodge group in the lobby at 5:30 a.m. for the one hour and 45-minute charter flight to Points North Landing. Then you'll take a 45-minute bus ride to the Lodge. You'll have breakfast followed by an orientation. Afterwards, you'll get in a full day of guided fishing. (The roundtrip charter flight from Saskatoon to Points North Landing is included in the package. Your hotel night and meals in Saskatoon are not included in the package.)


2020 USD Rates:

Two per room/boat/guide:
8-nights and 8-days guided fishing $6,995.00 per person
4-nights and 4-days guided fishing $4,395.00 per person
3-nights and 3-days guided fishing $4,195.00 per person*
3-day trips are made by special arrangement only, with a 12-person minimum.
Youth:  13-15-years-old 20% discount
Children:  12-and under 30% discount
4th of July Special:
6-nights and 6-days guided fishing
$4,195.00 per person
Single occupancy:
$5,095.00

Upgrade to Single occupancy
One per room/boat/guide:

8-nights and 8-days guided fishing $9,395.00 per person
4-nights and 4-days guided fishing $5,595.00 per person
3-nights and 3-days guided fishing $5,095.00 per person
3-day trips are made by special arrangement only, with a 12-person minimum.

Packages include:

Airport reception and ground transfers between airport and hotel in Saskatoon, roundtrip air transportation between Saskatoon and Points North Landing, bus trip from Points North Landing to the Lodge, lodging, meals, and guided fishing.

Packages do not include:

International airfare to Saskatoon, first night hotel and meals in Saskatoon, alcohol, Provincial and Federal sales taxes (5% GST on the entire trip and 6% Saskatchewan provincial tax on some trip components), Saskatchewan conservation fishing licenses, floatplane excursions, fishing tackle, the use of rods or reels, gratuities, and anything not mentioned under inclusions.

Evening Fishing:

If you want to fish in the evening, you are not charged for the use of boats, motors or gas. Due to the nature of the lake, it is a lodge policy that a guide must accompany the guests on any evening fishing excursion. Guides do this on a voluntary basis, as evening fishing is after their regular working hours. An added guide fee/tip of $50.00 to $75.00 per boat is customary.

Call 1-800-205-3474 for more Information:

Request a
Minor Bay Lodge
Information packet.  

Minor Bay Lodge photos


Monstrous northern pike

Wollaston Lake pike

Trophy pike fishing June and July

Trophy Northern Pike Fishing

Excellent guides and staff

Northern Pike Fishing

Northern pike to 50-inches

Minor Bay Pike Fishing

Wollaston Lake pike fishing

Wollaston Lake Fishing

Plus Lake trout, walleye, and Arctic grayling

Lake Trout fishing

The guides fix a delicious daily shore lunch.

Guide Prepared Shore Lunch

Minor Bay Lodge dining room

Minor Bay Lodge Dining

Kayaks are available to use (unguided).

Kayak Fishing

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For more Information:


Guy Schoenborn

1-800-205-3474 ext. 1

MT Office:  406-322-5709

Email:  guy@fishingwithlarry.com

Brad Staples

1-800-205-3474 ext. 3

Cell (503) 250-0558

Email:  brad@fishingwithlarry.com