Whether it’s the eclectic mix between Canada’s French, British, and indigenous traditions, or the wild, untamed Canadian wilderness that surrounds, Canada is quite simply a place of immense beauty.
From the Northern Lights to its cosmopolitan metro areas, the Great White North has something for everyone. A place of both spectacular scenery, and quiet reflection, these incredible pictures of Canada and the Northwest Territories show the country in every dimension, showcasing its engaging character.
Many people inquire about the incredible Northern Lights when they visit us. This spectacular natural phenomenon, seen in late August to early September, has an array of red, green, blue, and violet colors. This is a visual event that you will remember for a lifetime.
When is the best time to come to Canada? Spring, summer, and autumn are perfect for your vacation. In the winter, we are invaded by the world’s most passionate skiers. Of course, for your needs in the fishing end of things, the summer months of June through August are the best.
This is also the time when many of the country’s festivals occur. For lower prices and a more relaxed pace, spring and autumn are the best times to come, but the fish are biting best in the summer!
Enjoy the images you see here. But don’t let these pictures of Canada be the only way you see the country. Come visit us for your next vacation! Frontier Fishing Lodge offers fishing trips for everyone. The land of the midnight sun awaits!
Fly-outs are not required. A deposit of $800.00 per person is required to confirm all fishing packages/reservations, refundable until April 1st. After this time, deposits for all Canada fishing trips are non-refundable and not transferable to a future year. The balance is due 60 days prior to your trip and is totally refundable. Custom packages available upon request. Canada fishing trips for groups. We recommend making your reservation early.
The management of Frontier Fishing Lodge carries out all tours. Please note that we make every reasonable effort to serve our guests; however, we assume no responsibility or liability for any hazard that could potentially happen on your trip.
Frontier Fishing Lodge does not have any legal obligation or responsibility for occurrences that happen as a result of a natural disaster or event. Furthermore, we are not responsible for the services of transportation companies, contractors, or other principals for which Frontier Fishing Lodge acts as agents and is subject to the terms and conditions of those owners and operators.