McKenzie river

McKenzie river flows through Labrador, land of the largest native wild Brook Trout and best Landlocked Salmon fishing in the world.

Mckenzie river fly fishing lodge is the newest Labrador fly fishing destination and offers access to previously inaccessible waters.

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Built in 2001 the lodge is nestled in the boreal forest of North Western Labrador Canada and accessible only by floatplane, it is located on Andre Lake at the head of the Mckenzie River. At 2520 sq. miles the Smallwood Reservoir is the 9th largest freshwater body in Canada, Brook Trout and Landlocked Salmon travel up the McKenzie River and through Andre Lake to spawn in the headwaters of the river system.

The Mckenzie river then flows through the unspoiled wilderness of the Labrador plateau for over thirty miles before emptying into the huge Smallwood reservoir.

McKenzie river offer an unforgettable fly fishing experience

Our guests have access to 3 scenic rivers: the McKenzie, Quartzite and Comeback.

Wild intact rivers with abundant hatches and baitfish offering ideal habitat for Trophy Labrador Brook Trout.

Come experience fly fishing on 15 miles of pockets, riffles, runs and pools for Trophy Labrador Brook Trout, hard fighting Landlocked Salmon, Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Whitefish.

Enjoy a wilderness fly fishing trip in a remote wilderness, the Big Land, home of the Caribou, the Timber Wolf, the Otter, the Eagle and one of last places To fly fish for big wild native Brook Trout.

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Credit:Cliff Deetjen