Fish, Eat, Sleep, Fish Located in northern Saskatchewan, the 200-mile-long Lake Athabasca is the ninth-largest lake in North America. It is lightly fished, especially in the scenic north-central area. There are rocky islands with rugged shorelines, deep bays, and numerous reefs swarming with big trout. This is the beautiful setting of Johnston Island, home to the remote Lakers Unlimited camp. Don't come to Lakers Unlimited if you're looking for the type of fishing lodge that pampers you. There is no satellite TV, no cocktail bar, and no noisy generators. There are also no complaints from guests, who abide by the sign posted on the kitchen wall: fish, fish, eat; fish, fish, sleep; fish, fish, fish. The clientele can tell you a lot about a fishing lodge. Lakers Unlimited has an 85 percent return rate among its customers. Most of these visitors are serious anglers who have fished a lot of other Canadian lake trout waters.