Cormorant Lake Lodge




Box 160 Grandview


Latitude: 54.224638

Longitude: -100.601667

Dave Vander Meer


(204) 357-2171

(204) 546-2660

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 Welcome to Cormorant Lake Lodge!


A Canadian Legend... The light reluctantly fades. Cool, clean northern air replaces the warm  daytime breezes. A loon signals another glorious Manitoba day is coming to a close. As in life, all good things  don't come to an end, but are merely put to sleep until another sunrise awakens the adventurous spirit within.


  From the clear cold waters, to enjoying shore lunch with your friends, ending with a relaxing conversation  around the fire place reliving the day's catch.


Cormorant Lake Lodge is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime. Our rustic and comfortable  accommodation will have you forget all the hustle and bustle of life... Remember, there is no cellular phone ringing here. You will only hear the Loons and the cheers and laughter of the Master Anglers celebrating!


Fishing At The Lodge


 Fabulous Fishing! Cormorant Lake is 440 miles north of Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is 18 miles long, covering  roughly 400 square miles with its waters. It features a chain of islands running across the center for unique   fishing opportunities and protection on windy days.



   The cool, pollution free waters are considered to be among the most productive in North America. Walleye  average 2 to 4 pounds. Northern average 4 to 8 pounds with many trophies in the 20 pound plus class. Also for the fisherman... Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout and Small Mouth Bass can be found just a short drive away  at neighboring lakes!


Hunting At The Lodge


  Personalized service is #1 with Cormorant Lodge. We limit the number of hunters we take each season.   Please call usfor further details on our hunts and the available dates.




   Bear Hunting is not a sideline business for us. We run a quality, guided hunt catering to bow and gun hunters. We provide you with the highest possible chance of success. Our hunters take a yearly average of 30 ��?35% of the off-colored bears.

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