NEW IN 2011!
In spite of the uncertain U.S. economy! We will without a doubt, be open this year. We have decided not to increase our rates this year, so there will be no additional cost to you. We are also trying to arrange for more charters to fly directly into our airstrip. If you can be somewhat flexible on your dates, we will try to arrange a charter straight to the lodge instead of having to pick you up in God's River. The scheduled flight to God's River works great since you can come and go any day you want, but a flight directly to the airstrip at the lodge gets you settled into your room and fishing on the lake quickly and with a minimum of effort.
We will continue to encourage family style fishing trips. Our "Family Weeks" offered the past three years have been very successful and enjoyed by a number of moms, dads and kids. If you are bringing with you the "Younger Generation", please let us know and we can work with you on prices and provide you with some extra tutoring to ensure that your entire party learns how to hook and land the fish of a lifetime.
Overnight river trips! Spend the night camping "down river" for prime time evening and morning Brook Trout fishing! New tents, sleeping bags and equipment will be provided for "roughing it".
Be the first to experience our tremendous bear hunting. Olafson's Gods Lake Lodge has been awarded the exclusive right to hunt bears in the 500 square miles of 'virgin' territory surrounding the lodge.
In September, join us for fantastic shallow water Lake Trout fishing and bonus Brook Trout in their spawning colours. Watch multiple 10-pound Lakers fighting over your lure in 8 feet of water. It has to be experienced to be believed!
Fly fishing We are getting an increasing number of fly fishing groups. Let us know if you would like to speak to one of our experienced fly fishermen that have already discovered the phenomenol fishing that we have at Gods Lake.
Check out the winter pictures of the lodge in our photo gallery. We have some great new shots of caribou, wolves, and foxes that hang around the lodge when there are less people around!