Overview: The Lodge features 7 individual cozy lakefront log cabins with shower and toilet as well as hot & cold running water and wood burning stove (no electricity); plus 2 “family” cabins with open fireplace, 3 & 4 bedrooms, living-room, shower and toilet and wood burning stoves. All cabins have covered porches so guests can sit and watch for wildlife or simply enjoy the sunset. Meals are served in the main lodge by our trained cook. While guests relax and enjoy some drinks in front of the fireplace or down by the lake, sounds and smells of a wonderful dinner are coming out of the kitchen
Activities: Predominately wild Rainbow trout 12 to 18 inches, with an occasional 12-pounder. Spinning tackle is available, but bring your own lures - the darker color Mepps and Blue Fox work best. The Fly-Fishing is excellent. Bring 5 weight fly rods with dry flies and streamers. In Tetachuck and Eutsuk Lakes are Kokanee up to 11 inches. In Redfern River (with the world-famous Redfern Rapids) are Mountain Whitefish up to 11 inches. 3 boats: 2 x 12-foot Lund with 9.9hp and one 18-foot Lund with 20hp. Licences are available at the lodge. Wildlife Viewing There are many opportunities, depending on the season, to view moose, black and grizzly bears, beavers, numerous waterfowl and many other critters. Each of the lakes with canoes has a hiking trail leading to it from the lodge through the forest. Hiking times range from half-an-hour to 2 hours one way. There are also hiking trails to two lakes without canoes. Canoes are on Tetachuck Lake itself at the lodge, and more await you at Eutsuk and Moose Lakes. With a strong effort, the Coast Mountains can be your backdrop for a lunch stop on Eutsuk Lake.