A visit to Kesagami is much more than just a fishing trip. The natural beauty of the area, the unspoiled, pristine environment, fresh air, unpolluted waters, abundant wildlife, serenity, solitude and quality time with family and friends make staying at Kesagami a memorable experience. Kesagami sunsets are spectacular, as are the occasional displays of the Northern Lights (Aurora borealis). A mist-shrouded lake lends a special mood to the beginning of a day filled with the promise of memorable outdoor experiences. A visit to Kesagami is much more than just a fishing trip.

The natural beauty of the area, the unspoiled, pristine environment, fresh air, unpolluted waters, abundant wildlife, serenity, solitude and quality time with family and friends make staying at Kesagami a memorable experience.

The lodge is welcoming beyond expectation – modern, clean, comfortable, warm. The Kesagami staff are friendly, courteous and experienced folks who will promptly and enthusiastically attend to your every need. The accommodations, recreational facilities and meals are exceptional – at par with the finest inns anywhere.

Welcome to Kesagami

The Kesagami wilderness teems with Canadian wildlife – birds (eagles, ospreys, loons, “whisky jacks”, geese, ducks, ravens), mammals (moose, woodland caribou, wolves, lynx, black bears, snowshoe hares, beaver, marten), and, of course, fish (walleyes, northern pike, whitefish). For nature photography or wildlife viewing, it is hard to imagine a site more bounteous than the Kesagami area.

Seasonal Weather

Kesagami lies within the sub-Arctic wilderness, making variable weather a common experience. Throughout the summer, the region generally experiences warm temperatures, sunny skies, and occasional showers. Summer breezes and cool evenings moderate the climate, making it most enjoyable.

Outfitter’s Mission Statement

  • To provide an unforgettable wilderness experience.
  • To offer our guests great fishing, relaxation and friendship.
  • To protect Kesagami’s natural resources and splendour.
  • To grow more and larger fish each season.
  • To leave Kesagami a better place at the end of our stewardship.