Pickerel Bay Cabins and Lodge is located on the far N.E. side of Lac La Ronge and approximately 62 kilometers N.E. off the village of La Ronge. Accessible only by boat or float plane. Pickerel Bay is a shallow spawning walleye bay producing some of the best walleye fishing there is to offer. Pickerel Bay's location is ideally adjacent to the famous lake trout fishery, Hunter Bay that affords our guest’s the best and most unique angling.
This entire area from the Lonely River, the Churchill River, to Hunter Bay and Pickerel Bay has been added to Lac La Ronge Provincial Park as part of the historically rich area of both ancient and modern culture. Geographically located on the southern edge of the Boreal Forest where mighty glaciers of ancient times moved through, one can see how the glaciers molded the area. Islands and the lake’s orientation run from north to south following the glacial flow. Glaciated markings on the granite rocks are visible to the point that an anglers can notice the north to south movement and the best part of this is that you are there.
We welcome you to visit and stay with us and enjoy true nature in the Boreal.