Riverkeep Lodge is a family-owned and operated lodge located on the banks of the magnificent Atikonak River, 94 miles east of Labrador City. It is run by Steve and Cathy Murray and their children, Stephen and Lydia, and they are always on-site while the lodge is open. Ours is a wild fishery, the quality of which is enhanced and assured by our fly-fishing and catch and release only policy. Both the river and the expansive Atikonak Lake boast healthy populations of five species of game fish: Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Landlocked Salmon, Northern Pike, and Whitefish.
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A true wilderness experience.
One of the Last Remaining Strongholds on Earth for Trophy Brook Trout
They’ll attack a dry fly, nymph, or streamer, thus giving you the opportunity to employ different techniques during your stay. Brook Trout require clear, cold, and well-oxygenated water and are carnivorous. Labrador Brook Trout typically range in size from one to six pounds and are abundant in the Atikonak watershed.