Welcome to Complex Lake Lodge, a remote fly-in fishing lodge (accessible only by air) in Northern Saskatchewan where you can fish for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye. The trophies are still here, as we support the catch-and-release policy: Lake Trout to 40 lbs., Northern Pike to 30 lbs. and Walleye to 10 lbs have been caught. If you are a fly fisherman, our guests have been having great success fly fishing for Pike, and even a few Walleye and Lake Trout will snatch a fly.

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We are located on an Island 70 miles(113km) from our Float Plane Base at Buffalo Narrows. We are the only camp on the lake and there is no commercial fishing. Buffalo Narrows is 520 miles(837km) by excellent paved road from the Canadian border. Commercial Air service is available to Saskatoon, 310 miles(500km) from Buffalo Narrows, or to Prince Albert, 240 miles(386km) from Buffalo Narrows.

For those who wish to fly their own aircraft, Buffalo Narrows has a 5000 Ft. lighted strip, NDB, fuel (Unicom 122.8). Float plane service to our camp is included in the package price.

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Our camp is small. There will be no more than 10 guests here at one time. The "bunk house" accommodates eight guests in four rooms. The cabins have wood heat and comfortable beds.

We have a fully equipped kitchen for your use, hot showers, and treated running water. We have a satellite phone, laundry facilities and propane refrigerators with freezing compartments.

There are six 14-foot aluminum boats equipped with 10 hp motors, fishing nets, pliers and fish jaw openers. Seat cushions and life preservers are provided for each person. There are presently six 4-stroke motors with numerous spare motors so to ensure your trip is never spoiled by the unavailability of a spare motor. In addition, there are two boats on Lowick Lake, one boat on Megan Lake and another boat on Crystal Lake with a 2-hp and a 4-hp motor at the lodge to take to our outpost lakes to make your portage easier.