Peacocks Yukon Camps
Fishing in the remote lakes of Canada's Yukon Territory's awesome wilderness remains one of the great adventures in the last frontier. Let Peacock's Yukon Camps fly you and your friends to one of 8 secluded lakes 60 to 115 miles north of Whitehorse, in the Yukon River basin, where with basic boating and fishing skills you can enjoy some of the best fishing in the world.

Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge - one of Yukon's premier wilderness getaways - is situated in beautiful southeastern Yukon on a secluded lake nestled in the northern foothills of Canada's famed Rocky Mountains. Accessible only by water or air, the lodge offers a true respite from traffic, computers, headlines, and other stresses of modern-day life. Flora and fauna abound and the surrounding wilderness teems with wildlife invites exploration. Open summers and winters, Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge provides unparalleled opportunities for fishing, canoeing, hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, snowshoeing, and aurora viewing, Whether you stay close to the lodge or venture farther afield, your visit to Frances Lake will seduce your senses, rejuvenate your body, invigorate your spirit, and nourish your soul.

Dawson Peaks Resort located 10 kilometres (7 miles) southeast of Teslin, Yukon. Imagine, you and your family are sitting on our deck enjoying a meal of fresh Teslin Lake trout. A beautiful panorama featuring Teslin Lake and the Dawson Peaks unfolds in front of you. The haunting cry of the common loon echoes in the distance. Our property, conveniently located along the Alaska Highway, borders the shores of Morley Bay on Teslin Lake. Chartered Fishing in 18-foot deep hull Lund boat/ 50 HP Pro Yamaha motor. Rods, reels and tackle if needed for Lake Trout and Northern Pike, and Inconnu.