“Triple bucket list trip. Largest Pike, Monster Lakers, some of the finest dining you would find in any city all in one quiet camp. Awesome guides, excellent chef and servers, professional photographer, and accommodating owners. Everyone should get to experience this at least once!” – Mike D. Shaunavon, SK
The Tazin Lake Experience
Tazin Lake Lodge is located on an island in the heart of Tazin Lake. We feature a 5-star chef that serves up a hearty breakfast each morning and delicious meal each evening. Our Chef Steve Driver is a professional facilitator who trains chefs through advanced culinary training programs in Saskatoon in the offseason.
Guests can expect comfortable beds, hot showers, flush toilets and 24-hour electricity in their cabins.
After each breakfast, your guide will make a plan for the day. Fishing hours are 8:30 – 5:30 with one guide per two guests in each boat. Our guides spend their day making sure you’re in the right position to catch fish. Our guides don’t fish while you do.
Internet, tv and satellite phones are available. (More details below)
“In over 10 trips to Canada to different Lodges, a week at a Tazin this summer was the best…The quality(size) of fish was phenomenal. The food in the lodge was prepared by a 5-star chef and the house staff and guides were passionate about pleasing.” – Tom B, New York
Getting To Tazin
Your 5-day trip will begin from Fort McMurray, Alberta.
You will have a 50-pound weight allowance on the plane from Fort McMurray so plan accordingly.
Arrive at McMurray Aviation by the designated time on the morning of your trip.
We strongly recommend trip insurance in case of inclement weather.
Once you arrive at Tazin Lake Lodge, you’ll meet your guide, have a meal provided and make a plan for the day. Then head straight to the water.
What To Bring:
-Rain Gear. Weather can vary so prepare for hot and dry conditions as well as wet and cool conditions.
-Fishing gear is provided
Meet our Chef:
Check out this 1962 article from Popular Mechanics about Tazin Lake Lodge! Click the photo to read the article.