The Arctic has a rich yet relatively recent history. When you consider that mankind was only beginning to understand how little we understood about the Arctic in the 1930’s, and you consider at the same time that the Plummers were exploring this part of the world in the late thirties, it can be said with certainty that there is no one on the planet today that has explored more of this enchanting part of the world. While the north maintains its hold on remaining remote, for over 50 years Plummer’s has made it accessible in modern terms, defying what Mother Nature has laid in the path from the end of the road in Yellowknife all the way up to the Arctic coast.
The location of our Great Slave Lake Lodge was discovered by Warren Plummer and his father by canoe in 1938 bu View more...
Arctic Char, Grayling , Lake trout, Pike, Whitefish