Gods River Lodge is ideally located at the mouth of Gods River and Gods Lake in Manitoba, Canada. Gods Lake is over 65 miles long and 20 miles wide, covering over 1300 square miles of pristine wilderness. It is fed by over 40 rivers and streams but has only one outlet; Gods River. With many white water areas and some of the best Brook Trout fishing in the world, Gods River carries the water from Gods Lake over 250 miles north to Hudson's Bay.
The strategic location of Gods River Lodge makes it the perfect location for fishing both Gods River and Gods Lake. The region is recognized as one of the last virgin habitats for wildlife such as bald eagles, black bears, moose, caribou, mink, martin, fox, and timber wolves and is world renowned for trophy fishing for xxxxx, xxxx, etc.
Aerial photo of Gods River Lodge
Mouth of Gods River
White water area near the lodge
White water area on Gods River
Gods River located in Manitoba, Canada
Gods River Lodge at the mouth of Gods River and Gods Lake