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QUESTION: Where is Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge?
ANSWER: Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge is located in Nopiming Provincial Park. It's boreal forest is home to abundant wildlife such as bald eagles, black bears, loons, moose, and of course, lakes teeming with a bountiful array of fish.
QUESTION: Who operates Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge?
ANSWER: Peter and Carol Slobodzian are honored to be your hosts. We have raised five beautiful children: Ryan, Crystal, Patrick, Cerrie, and Brigg. Two of our children have helped us as we began our first year in 2010. It is our desire to provide a very memorable and pleasant holiday experience to each of our valued guests.
QUESTION: How do I get to Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge?
ANSWER: You can find directions to Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge on the Directions page.
QUESTION: What species of fish are there?
ANSWER: At Quesnel Lake Caribou Lodge, you have access to three different lakes: Quesnel, Manigotagan, and Happy Lakes. A research biologist completed a study of our water system and reported the pristine nature of the water, teeming with a strong, healthy world-class fishery. The lakes are home to edible and Master Angler trophy-sized: walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, perch, and whitefish.
QUESTION: What time of year is fishing the best?
ANSWER: The walleye are aggressive in June and in shallow water. Smallmouth Bass will be up in the shallows spawning in May/June. Northern pike will be in the moving water and rapids. Later in the season, fish moved to deeper water. In the fall, fish moved back to the shallow areas of Lake. Master Angler walleye are caught throughout the fishing season.
QUESTION: What are the GPS coordinates for the lodge?
ANSWER: N 50° 56.223' S 095° 40.164' Elevation 285.82 meters