FLY FISH FOR SEARUN ARCTIC CHAR
ON VICTORIA ISLAND'S FABULOUS EKALUK RIVER

The Inukshuk, proudly displayed on our Territorial flag, has for centuries guided the Inuit people
of the Canadian Arctic safely
home and towards good hunting and fishing locations.
Let the Inukshuk and the Northern Star
be your guides to our shores.

Come visit and share in the experience of our beautiful land, its people and its history, while experiencing
SOME OF THE FINEST CHAR
FISHING ANYWHERE TO BE FOUND.

The Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) is found in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters all across the northern hemisphere. It grows to an exceptionally large size and is especially abundant in northern Canada and in the clear and unpolluted waters of the Canadian Arctic. Nowhere is the abundancy of this much sought after game and food fish greater, and nowhere does it grow to a larger size than in Nunavut’s Kitikmeot region of the Canadian Central Arctic. Superb fishing for Arctic Char can be found in many a location in this vast region, but truly special among hundreds and hundreds of rivers and lakes is the little known
EKALUK RIVER in the Cambridge Bay area of Victoria Island.

The Ekaluk river is “virgin and unexploited water” in a pristine wilderness area. The Ekaluk river has only recently opened
up to a very limited sport fishery offering the visiting angler a unique opportunity to test his experience and his skill against
the King of All Northern Game Fish - the Searun Arctic Char.

                    THE EKALUK RIVER - FINEST CHAR FISHING IN THE NORTH.

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