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Beautiful sunsets, spectacular scenery, and magnificent northern lights are the setting for your fishing and hunting adventures at Northern Lights Lodge. We are located above the 56th parallel, 44 air miles SW of Lynn Lake, Manitoba, Canada, which is the sport fishing capital of Manitoba, or 500 air miles northwest of Winnipeg. The lodge and outcamps are in the untamed and unparalleled beauty of northwestern Manitoba. Fish for trophy Northern, Walleye, and Lake Trout. The main lodge is the American Plan and is $2295.00 per person per week. The Plumbtree Outcamp is $1595 per person per week and is a housekeeping plan. We are presently offering a $300 per person early booking discount on our fishing packages. Book now and take the $300 discount off those prices. We also offer a Spring Black Bear hunt and combination fishing package for $3500. Hunt dates for 2015 are May 30th - June 6th and June 6th - June 13th. We have a very high success rate for bear hunts. Our stands are set up for bow or rifle. We do take a lot of color phase bears including blonde, cinnamon and chocolate brown. We are sold out of Moose hunts for 2015 and 2016. 

Northern Lights Lodge Ltd Adventures Adventures

Spring Black Bear Hunt
Canadian Fly-In Fishing Trip
FREE Canadian Fly-In Fishing Trip

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"Conservation means development as much as it does protection. I recognize the right and duty of this generation to develop and use the natural resources of our land; but I do not recognize the right to waste them, or to rob, by wasteful use, the generations that come after us."

- Theodore Roosevelt

Northern Lights Lodge Ltd Location Weather Winnebago, Minnesota Weather


Hunting Guide, Lodge, Outfitter
Freshwater, Big Game
Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Lake Trout, Mule Deer, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Black Bear, Brown Trout, White Bass, Muskellunge, Arctic Grayling