Łu Ghą (Klukshu)

Łu Ghą, meaning “a place for fishing,” is the most northerly of our fishing villages in the Tatshenshini River basin. The village is situated at the outlet of Łu Ghą Män (Klukshu Lake), where the salmon spawn and conditions are good for łu ghats’agän (drying fish).

In recent decades, Łu ghą has become the main Champagne and Aishihik fishing village. Many families have seasonal cabins and gather here to shakāt (harvest) fish and pass on our traditions to dádùnèna (younger community members).