Many of our guests arrive by float plane. Hawk Air provides well maintained equipment and experienced pilots. Guest arriving in the morning can be on the water and catching fish before lunch. They gain almost a full day of fishing by flying in.
Some guests prefer the romance of arriving the old fashion way. Originally all guests arrived by train and made the journey over the mountains to reach camp. Coming by train gives an opportunity to enjoy travel in the back country over abandon logging roads. The old roads wind their way around and over three mountains as they make their way to the north side of the lake. The difference between the old days and today is that now travel is by way of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV's) and four wheel drive SUV's. Of course, with these modern conveniences there is no back packing or portaging for you on this trip.
Fly In for Brook Trout
Brook Trout Takes a Wooly Bugger
Kwagama Lake has Rainbows
Rainbows at Kwagama Lake Lodge
There are rainbows at Kwagama Lake Lodge. The rainbows that we enjoy are not the rainbow trout variety. They are the rainbows painted by Mother Nature herself. She blessed Kwagama Lake with a unique setting, close to the eastern shore of the mighty Lake Superior where interesting weather provides a variety of gorgeous, ever changing landscapes for the fly fisherman to enjoy.
Kwagama Lake Sunset
Brook Trout Feed at Night on Kwagama Most fly fishermen spend the day on Kwagama Lake. Some venture out in the evening. They find twilight to be a good time to fish on Kwagama Lake. Trophy Brook Trout are more apt to come into the shallows in search of leeches, scud and nymphs. Fighting and landing a 20 inch wild Brook Trout by moon light is a memory that you will never forget.
Nighttime on Kwagama Lake
Kwagama Lake Lodge is Open for Trophy Brook Trout from Early May until September 30