5 Extreme escapes for dad

Dad works hard all year round, so for Father's Day why not treat him to a well-deserved getaway on the greens at Pebble Beach or the dunes of South Africa.

Fishing at Wollaston
Fishing at Wollaston
$3,595 per person for four days of guided fishing

Send the father who loves to fish to one of the best freshwater fisheries in the world, set in the remote reaches of Canada's northern wilderness. Dubbed "the Grand Slam of freshwater fishing," Wollaston Lake is home to northern pike, lake trout, arctic grayling and walleye.

Whether he prefers to bait-cast, spin-cast or fly-fish, guides will fly dad out to a remote spot for a full day of fishing off of an 18-foot Custom Lund Pro-V boat. Midday, the staff will also whip up a shore lunch of fish chowder or stir fry, depending on what he's caught. Afterwards, he can retire to his cabin at the five-star Wollaston Lake Lodge, located at the mouth of the Umpherville River, after a sumptuous dinner of rack of lamb, Angus Beef or baby back ribs.

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