About Us

Whether you are interested in trophy lake trout fishing in the northern barren-ground region of the Northwest Territories, nature photography, canoeing remote arctic rivers, eco-tourism, or wildlife viewing, Aylmer Lake Lodge can offer you the best in a Canadian wilderness experience.


Aylmer Lake Lodge, located 227 air miles northeast of Yellowknife, is just now becoming discovered as a destination of choice for trophy lake trout, and arctic grayling fishing. Few anglers have been fortunate to fish these pristine waters, and the big lake trout are guaranteed to stress your fishing tackle.


Overlooking Rocknest Bay near the Thanakoie Narrows (a wide river system separating Aylmer and Clinton Colden lakes), the Lodge is ideally situated for the guest wishing to explore or fish this expansive body of water. Both lakes combined stretch over 80 miles in length, and have only begun to be explored for their trophy fishing potential. The water in the lakes is so clear that you can watch huge lake trout swimming 15 feet below the surface.


At Aylmer Lake Lodge, you will stay in a private cabin overlooking the water, near the main lodge. While at the main lodge, we do all the work, while you have all the fun. Available to our more adventuresome guests are our outpost camps, which offer the ultimate in remoteness. You will stay in a tent frame camp equipped with all the supplies and food you will need while enjoying the seclusion of your own lake to pursue world-class lake trout and arctic grayling. A variety of adventures await your discovery... Can You Handle It?

 

Quick History

  • 2000
    Established in 2000, Aylmer Lake Lodge has long been recognized as the benchmark for extraordinary Canadian fishing trips. Aylmer lake was opened…
  • 2008
    In 2008, Aylmer Lake boasted a 58 lb Lake Trout right out of Rocknest Bay in front of the lodge. The biologist…
  • 2012
    In 2012, we created our new website. We hope it will be a hub for all our clients and friends to check…