Arctic Grayling are found in the river outlet of Kat Lake which forms the Katimiwi River. The river has rapids, riffles, deep pools and a strong current, providing ideal habitat for the grayling. The fish usually be be located in the pools of deeper water just above or below rapids. Casting small spoons, jigs, spinners and flies are your best bet to catch the "Sailfish of the North".
The following tackle is recommended when fishing for Grayling:
- 51/2 to 6 ft. light action spin casting rod.
- Fly rods (for the fly fishing enthusiast)
- Ultralight spinning reel. 4 lb. Trilene mono line.
- Small Dardevles #0 and #1
- Mepps spinners
- Small Blue Fox spinners
- Small jigs and flies.