Manitoba Canada Trophy Northern Pike Fishing Lodge – Cobham River Lodge and Outposts

Wilderness Northern Pike flyin fishing lodge in Manitoba Canada. Trophy Canadian walleye and trophy monster northern pike await you at our Manitoba fly in camps. Remote fly in northern wilderness and family vacations can be had by all at Cobham River Lodge & Outposts.


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Letter from the Editor


We arrived to open the camps on May 12th and were happy to see that the ice went out a few days before. After three years of high water, the water levels finally started to go down. Compared to the rains of 2004, this year was normal in rainfall which helped to keep the fire hazard down all summer.

Steffani and Jozef, my staff at the Lodge, returned again for another season. The guests commented all season on the great food and personal service both of them had given them during their trip. Jozef is back in college for another year and Steffani is back in Manitoba for the winter. It seems like when we leave the camps for the season, we start thinking about going back.

The fishing during 2005 can only be described as “Fast Action” all season. Most first time guests caught and released the largest fish of their lives during their trip again last summer. The weather was never a factor all summer and the fishing remained great every month of the season. The Brochure will show you just a few of the many Master Angler size fish that were caught and released last summer.

I want to thank all of our past guests for returning to the Cobham River each year. Some groups have been returning every year for the last 27 years.

There are a few reasons for all these guests returning each year. They have told me many times they return for the great fishing and the quality of service they receive at the Lodge. With a lodge that only has a capacity for 16 guests you know you will have individualized personal service and experience the type of fishing trip you have dreamt of, with hundreds of miles of virgin fishing area to explore. Bring up your group in 2006 and discover what makes everyone come back to the Cobham River each year.

Dick Hebel