In the summer, the Northwest Territories is truly the “Land of the Midnight Sun”. Commencing in June at the Lodge, angler’s can enjoy fishing late into the evening taking advantage of the summer solstice.
“The constant light is like endless caffeine.” – Elizabeth Hay, Late Night on Air.
It’s difficult to notice time slipping away because the most glaring cue one has to the day’s end, darkness, is absent. The sun is still in the sky, you stay out, you stay up!
The average daylight in June is 19:42, July 18:50, August 16:05 and September 12:58. Whether catching a laker after midnight or enjoying the tranquil unspoiled beauty of ones surroundings, it doesn’t get better than this!