Shadd Lake & Churchill River Walleye Fishing
From our base-camp on Shadd Lake, our professional guides will take you through a labyrinth of islands, waterways and lakes that are all stuffed with Walleye and make up the Churchill River Water System. Shadd Lake flows into the Churchill River and the opening is just a couple minutes from the lodge. The Churchill River is not what people think of when thinking of a traditional river. The Churchill River is made up of many different lakes, which are all connected by the same water-flow. There are rapids, wide-open lakes, sand bars, weedy plateaus, countless bays and rocky points, hundreds of islands and shoals as well as other structure. All these lakes are constantly being refreshed with new water and an abundance of food. This keeps the population of baitfish high and has allowed the Walleyes to proliferate in vast number and get big.
Our remote location, which is only accessible by floatplane, has resulted in next-to-no fishing pressure. Our belief in proper catch-&-release conservation has resulted in a Walleye fishery that is the best in Canada. There are very few places where you can catch Walleyes as easily as the Churchill River.