Misaw Lake Lodge

Artic Grayling

The "Sailfish of the North", Arctic Grayling have truly stunning colors on their dorsal fin.  Nothing beats standing on the edge of the rapids (or in the rapids) and casting for these special fish in a beautiful setting.

 

Trophy Arctic Grayling

 

Within fifteen minutes of the lodge the lake flows into the Schwandt River, and is home to some of the best Arctic Grayling fishing in Saskatchewan. Each season we see Grayling in the 20" class caught and up to 17" are quite common, often weighing up to three pounds.

These fish are masters of fast water normally lying among the huge rocks on the river floor waiting for their next meal. Hooking a Grayling in fast water is awesome to say the least. They are acrobatic, jumping and peeling line in an effort to escape and often their energy is so tumultuous they are near death when finally landed........They do require the most delicate handling and no one can help, but to admire their prism colors as they race to return the sailfish of the north to its home.

 

Trophy Arctic Grayling

 

This fish will certainly be in your conversations for years to come!

 

Peter Giertsen - 11 years old - with one of his two trophy Arctic Grayling
Dan Foor with Arctic Grayling
Chuck Broughton with Schwadt River Arctic Grayling
Brady Giertsen with Arctic Grayling from the Schwandt River
Peter Pelizza with Arctic Grayling - Misaw Lake Lodge
Steven Phillips with Arctic Grayling
Ken Fett with Arctic Grayling
Schwandt River Saskatchewan
Arctic Grayling at Misaw Lake Lodge
Arctic Grayling in Schwandt River
Sam Fett with Arctic Grayling
Hard fighting Arctic Grayling
The Sailfish of the North
Misaw Lake Lodge Arctic Grayling
Arctic Grayling Fishing