Paull River Wilderness Camp

Est. 1982



Come to Saskatchewan where the fishing is second to none. We are located in a beautiful birch setting at the headwaters of the Paull River. Jig for walleye in the drop-off zones, cast for northern pike in the weedbeds and rocky reefs or troll for lake trout in the cool deep waters. All three species abound and with 30 miles of wilderness fishing accessible from camp by boat you are sure to find your trophy.


Our local guides are dedicated to showing you the outdoor experience of a lifetime with their vast knowledge of the area and the best of equipment. Nothing can top the shore lunch your guide will prepare for you at noon. Fresh walleye fillets cooked over an open fire on the shore of some peaceful lake: it doesn't get better than this! Fishermen are back at camp for dinner, where your catch will be filleted, packaged and frozen by our staff. Fly-outs are a one day excursion to one of the small lakes in the area. This is an option, weather and circumstances permitting and may be arranged while at camp, if requested.