The Churchill River is a historic 1600km long river located entirely within the Canadian Shield. The Churchill River formed a major part of the fur-trading "Voyageur Highway" of the 18th and 19th century that connected Hudson Bay with the Athabasca watershed.
Twin Fall Lodge is located between Twin Falls and Robertson Falls at the outlet of Otter Lake into Mountain lake on the Churchill River. The cold, fast moving water provide natural spawning and feeding grounds for walleye, northern pike, whitefish and yellow perch.
On average, guests can expect to catch 30 to 40 fish per day from the start of the season through mid-July. After mid-July to the end of August guests can expect to catch 20 to 30 fish per day.