Back Country Outfitting
$200/day flat rate, can be DIVIDED among group members
Through out the summer months, Laforce Outdoors will be offering Logistical Support to those wanting to fish the back country mountain streams and lakes of Alberta's mountains and foothills. This scenic and highly prized area is home to hard hitting Bull Trout, Rainbows, Cutthroat Trout, Rocky Mountain Whitefish and the very rare Golden Trout. We can provide a moving camp to keep you dry and warm at night, pack services to lighten your loads and free you up to do the fishing, and armed overwatch for the large Gizzlys and Black Bears that roam the area. We can also apply our experiences on the water and offer advice on fly selection and locations to focus.
$65 per adult
For those wanting to head out for a relaxing weekend on the water, we operate on several lakes that are as little as a 15 minute drive from Edmonton. Our focus on these trips can be simply getting the kids catching fish, or teaching anyone how to target a new species, or new to fishing altogether. We can provide everything you will need to be successful on the water. We have rods, reels, and tackle suitable for most species in the province and decades experience on the waters we fish.
Starting at $50/day
Laforce Outdoors is capable of providing everything you need for a day of fishing. We can provide rods, reels, tackle, bait, boats, ice augers and ice fishing shelters on both a daily or weekly basis. If you have ever wondered the difference quality equipment can make then get in touch with us. All of our gear is mid to high end and offers an excellent opportunity to experience the difference before you buy for yourself.
Trophy Fishing Packages
Prices starting at $1000/week/man
Laforce Outdoors contracts with several outfitters in Northern Saskatchewan, and the Yukon, to bring you world class fishing. Exceptionally large Walleye, Northern Pike, and Lake Trout all readily take everything from spoons to dry flies (yes, we said Lake Trout and Walleye on a dry fly). All species can be casted to by sight in the early months, while more conventional techniques are needed as the water warms. If a change of scenery is needed, this area forms the headwaters of the Clearwater River that meets the Athabasca in Ft.McMurray. The river has abundant schools of suckers to be bow fished, and Arctic Grayling willing to take a dry fly. Heading downstream brings some of the most prolific walleye fishing we have ever seen. The area's minimum 10 hour drive from Edmonton ensures low pressure, and a likely hood you will spend a entire week undisturbed by others on 8 major water bodies.