Northwest Territories Fishing Reports, Fishing Times, Licenses, and Campgrounds

Fish Species in Northwest Territories

Northern Pike,  Lake Trout,  Walleye,  Whitefish,  Lingcod,  Arctic Grayling,  Brook Trout,  Brown Trout,  Bull Trout,   and 3 more

Northwest Territories Fishing by Water Type

Lakes: 1,818   Rivers/Streams: 740   Reservoirs: 1   Others: 516   All: 3,075

Northwest Territories Fishing Reports

  "North end of lake, Lake trout primarily, some pike...." Mustard Lake

Northwest Territories Fishing Spots

Abner Brook 7 miles
Bear Creek 1.9 miles
Beecher Creek 8.2 miles
Bennett Lake 1.7 miles
Coulombe Creek 4.4 miles
Dayton Creek 6.5 miles
Devorse Creek 6.5 miles
Doig Creek 2.4 miles
Elbow Creek 7.9 miles
Goldmine Creek 8.7 miles
Grant Lake 4.6 miles
Greenfield Lake 4.4 miles
Groff Creek 3 miles
Hatch Brook 4.1 miles
Hunters Creek 5.3 miles
Jerry Vly 2.3 miles
Jimmy Creek 8.1 miles
King Vly Creek 6.3 miles
Lake Algonquin 7.3 miles
Little Lake 4.7 miles
Middle Lake 2.2 miles
Mill Creek 8.1 miles
Mud Lake 6 miles
Murphy Lake 2.9 miles
New Lake Outlet 7.4 miles
Old Pond 4.5 miles
Petes Creek 2.5 miles
Remington Creek 6.6 miles
Rice Pond 5.3 miles
Sand Creek 8.2 miles
Sand Lake 8 miles
South Brook 8.4 miles
Tenant Creek 4 miles
Tenant Lake 7.4 miles
Three Ponds 7.8 miles
Trypoli Creek 5.8 miles
Vly Creek 5.7 miles
Wilcox Lake 7.7 miles
Wilcox Outlet 4.9 miles
Willis Lake 5.1 miles
Woods Lake 5.8 miles
Woodward Lake 5.2 miles
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Fishing in the province of Northwest Territories, there are plenty of bodies of water to choose from. In fact, there are 4,545 bodies of water where fishing could be possible, such as Kakisa Lake, Dogface Lake and Yellowknife River. Fish for Bull Trout, Walleye or Whitefish or one of the other 7 fish found in this province; and if you need gear get your fly fishing gear, baitcasting setup, trolling equipment, or spincasting gear out and find your new honey hole.