Patterson Lake Outpost is an outpost of the highly acclaimed Misaw Lake Lodge. One of Saskatchewan's most remote fly-in trophy fishing destinations, 1000 miles from the US border and 125 miles from the nearest road. This area has an unusual strain of Trophy Pike, along with Lake Trout, and Arctic Grayling. The Direct charter, with the addition of the private 4000ft airstrip makes this trip a conveniant choice. This is a family operated business with excellent staff. Everyone is here to make sure your trip is the best it can possibly be.
The solar powered 12 X 24 cabin accommodates four fishermen and has propane utilities, running water and sleeping bags. Hot showers are now available in the new solar generated shower house. Your boat will be equipped with a 20 hp Mercury motor and comes with one tank of gas daily. A great grocery package is included and cooking utensils are provided - you do the cooking and dishes.
What to Bring
The mornings are generally quite cool, requiring the most clothes. All of the items that suggested will keep you comfortable on those not so perfect days. Remember, you are fishing in the 59 th parallel and the weather will vary. Also, there is no set rule for black flies and mosquito’s. They are always present, but generally more prevalent during the early summer. Using perfume free soap, shampoo and lotions will help keep the bugs away.
To get to Misaw Lodge, you will need to get to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Following a nights stay you will fly direct to the newly developed 4000ft airstrip. When returning home after a hearty breakfast, you will first catch a flight that takes you directly back to Saskatoon. You should arrive in time to catch your afternoon connection & arrive home for supper the same day. An enroute hotel, the Saskatoon Inn is included with every reservation (double occupancy). The Saskatoon Inn provides an airport shuttle and has an outstanding restaurant and bar for your enjoyment.