Explore The North Fly-out, Kasba Style.
Fly-out fishing trips are an
option, not a necessity.
Kasba Lake Lodge is located in a remote part of Canada’s Northwest Territories, but during your visit, it’s possible to travel even deeper into the wilderness. Kasba maintains a floatplane on site, and offers fly-out fishing trips to several nearby lakes. Although fishing on the main lake is excellent, fly outs offer guests an extra level of far-north adventure. Each fly-out destination has its own unique character, and offers world-class fishing for grayling, pike and trout that have rarely—if ever—seen a lure.
The Kazan River
To the North lies a mighty river of myth and legend. Known as much for its record breaking fishing opportunities as it is for its untamed beauty. The Kazan River (Inuit Ku – The River of Men) is a Canadian Heritage River, flowing as the sole outflow from Kasba Lake on route to Hudson Bay it has provided a sanctuary for hundreds of thousands of Caribou and the Inuit people who live off them for thousands of years.
Located 22 miles west of Kasba, Atzinging is a large lake dotted with dozens of islands and reefs. The lake is largely untouched, and filled with amazing numbers of Northern Pike. There’s also an in-flowing rapid where large lake trout and grayling can be caught by casting lures and flies. With much of the lake still unexplored, Atzinging is perfect for adventurous anglers in search of big toothy critters and lots of action. FISH: Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling.
Twenty miles south of Kasba, the Eagle River widens and slows into a picturesque waterbody filled with bays and twisting grassy channels. First fished in just 2010, Kasba staff soon dubbed it Pikeasaurus Lake for the number of giant northerns caught there. Since it was first opened up, Pikesaurus has been only lightly fished, but every visit has increased its reputation as home to hungry, Jurassic-sized fish. FISH: Northern Pike
Long and narrow, with large shallow bays filled with endless weeds and lily pads, Bradford lake has been certified a “Pike Factory ” by years of Kasba guests. Located 30 miles southwest of Kasba, it’s common for anglers on Bradford to catch multiple trophy pike in a day. There are no guarantees in fishing, but with its classic northern pike habitat, Bradford comes close. FISH: Northern Pike
Book the perfect Kasba fly-out for you.
Booking a fly-out fishing trip has never been easier, and if you’re unsure about which one to choose, we’re here to help and talk you through the options.