trophy pike, lake trout and grayling on the 60th parallel
Scott Lake’s location in the far reaches of Saskatchewan is far removed from any roads, any towns, any trappings of civilized life, except for those offered by its modern lodge. The pine studded shorelines hide the wanderings of moose, and black bear, and provide secure nesting for white crested bald eagles which soar overhead and observe anglers from tree top perches.
A cast arcs over the water and the spoon flutters out of focus. A crank of the reel begins the retrieve when soon the rod doubles over, violently throbbing from the head shakes and bulldog rushes of a trophy lake trout. This is what it’s all about. This is why you came to Scott Lake Lodge: for the chance at a trophy laker, or a big pike or exotic grayling.