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To u r i s m S a s k a t c h e w a n . c o m Whether you are an avid angler or a hunting enthusiast, you will find Saskatchewan’s vast expanse of unspoiled natural beauty, 100,000 lakes, and those famous living skies among the many qualities that make our province a dream destination. Pristine waterways provide the ideal setting for a memorable fishing trip, whether you choose fly-in luxury in the spectacular north or a fun-filled family getaway. Great hunting adventures are as abundant as the populations of ducks, geese, white-tailed deer, moose, and black bear. It’s all here…waiting for you to discover.

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Service is offered in Canada’s two official languages – English and French. Le service est disponsible dans les deux langues officielles du Canada – l’anglais et le français.

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With 100,000 lakes and rivers, Saskatchewan is an angler’s paradise. Imagine fishing a different lake every day for 270 years!

Saskatchewan offers some of the most unique fishing environments in Canada, widely diverse from north to south. The rolling plains and parklands of the south and central regions contrast sharply with the wilderness of Saskatchewan’s spectacular north. For some anglers, a host of amenities and activities, plus easy access direct them to the southern lakes and regions. Others are drawn to more rugged settings and head further north. For those who really want to get away from it all, a fly-in trip to a remote northern fishing lodge is ideal. In the southern part of the province, Lake Diefenbaker is a favourite among anglers seeking trophy-sized fish. The beautiful lake features more than 800 km of shoreline. Its


SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 depth and water conditions are ideal for rainbow trout, and record-breaking catches are not uncommon. In 2009, a 48lb. rainbow trout was pulled from these waters. Other popular Saskatchewan waters include Last Mountain Lake, the Fishing Lakes of the Qu’Appelle Valley, the Saskatchewan River system, Tobin Lake and spots in Meadow Lake Provincial Park, as well as Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. Most Saskatchewan provincial parks offer great fishing. Park lakes and waterways are easily accessible and a host of other recreational opportunities like trail riding, hiking, golfing and camping have been developed around them.

A whole new world of adventure awaits once the snow falls and the lakes and rivers freeze. Winter in Saskatchewan offers outdoor enthusiasts countless adventures, including fabulous ice fishing. By mid- to late- December, ice on Saskatchewan’s pristine lakes is most often solid enough for fishing (but always check conditions before crossing frozen bodies of water). Fish tend to be on a feeding frenzy around this time. With the right bait, you can catch walleye aplenty. Northern pike, yellow perch, whitefish, lake trout and burbot can also be easily caught in winter. Thawing is rare before mid-March. The three-month season gives winter anglers ample time and opportunity to get out on the ice.

Northern pike, walleye and yellow perch are the most common species in south and central fishing zones. Walleye and northern pike are also found in abundance in the north, along with lake trout and Arctic grayling. Travelling north through the province, the landscape shifts to boreal forest and Precambrian Shield. Access to numerous fishing lodges, resorts and campgrounds is provided through a series of highways and all-weather roads. Paved highway takes you from the city of Prince Albert to the famed fishing waters of Lac La Ronge. From there, you can drive the 440-km stretch to Wollaston Lake, north of the 58th parallel. The Hanson Lake Road, paved and wellmaintained, runs from Narrow Hills Provincial Park to the community of Creighton, at the Manitoba border. Along the way, you will pass countless waters that offer excellent fishing. Highway 155 provides access to lakes in the province’s northwest. The Semchuk Trail takes you to Clearwater River Provincial Park and north to Cluff Lake. Throughout northern Saskatchewan, you will find accommodations at government-operated campgrounds, many private lakeside cabin establishments and numerous drive-in fishing lodges. Northern Saskatchewan has one of the largest concentrations of fly-in fishing lodges in the world. La Ronge serves as a central base for fishing expeditions to remote northern getaways. Some road-accessible lodges offer fly-outs to even more distant, solitary fishing lakes. Commercial airlines, including those that provide direct flights into Saskatchewan from Denver and Minneapolis, serve both international airports in the province – Regina International Airport and John G. Diefenbaker Airport in Saskatoon. There is also service between Chicago and Regina International Airport. From these locations, chartered air services are available to take you to your destination in the north. When planning your fly-in adventure, check with your outfitter on flight arrangements as air service (chartered and scheduled) can often be included in your package plan.

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Saskatchewan has an abundance of healthy, record-sized fish. There are ideal ice-fishing locations throughout the province. In the southeast, Last Mountain Lake and the Qu’Appelle Valley lakes are favourite spots. Lake Diefenbaker, in the southwest, is another prime location, renowned for its trophy-sized rainbow trout. The opportunities in the province’s north are endless. Tobin Lake, near Nipawin, was the site of a world-record walleye ice-fishing catch in 2005 – Father Mariusz Zajac (known in fishing circles as Father Walleye) hooked an 18.3-lb., 36.5inch walleye. A reliable outfitter can offer advice and assistance in planning a fishing adventure that is guaranteed to be among your fondest and most memorable experiences. For angling regulations and licensing information, visit the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment website at environment.gov.sk.ca. For more information, visit fishing-in-saskatchewan.com.

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Sixty-nine different species of fish inhabit the lakes, rivers and streams of Saskatchewan. Below are some of the more common species: Northern Pike Record size and live release record: 141 cm (55 in.), Mirond Lake, 2008, 1954; 42 lb. 12 oz. Lake Athabasca Average weight: 1-2.5 kg (2-5 lb.) Lake Trout Record size and live release record: 132 cm (52 in.), Lake Athabasca, 2000 Average weight: 1-1.5 kg (2-5 lb.) Rainbow Trout World Record: 21.77 kg (48 lb.), Lake Diefenbaker, 2009 Average weight: 0.5-1.8 kg (1-4 lb.) Walleye (provincial fish) Record size: 8.33 kg (18.30 lb.), Tobin Lake, 2005 (ice fishing) Live release record: 8.21 kg (18.06 lb.), 96.5 cm (37.6 in.), Tobin Lake, 1997; 86 cm (33 3/4 in.), Last Mountain Lake, 2011 Average weight: usually 0.5-1.5 kg (1-3 lb.) Arctic Grayling Record size: 1.96 kg (4.3 lb.), Fond du Lac River, 1966 Live release record: 55 cm or 22 in., Grease River, Lake Athabasca, 2002 Average weight: usually under 1 kg (2 lb.) Brook Trout Record size: 3.5 kg (7.5 lb.), Loch Leven, 2004 Average weight: 0.5-1 kg (1-2 lb.) Yellow Perch Record size: 1.11 kg (2 lb. 7.4 oz.), Pagan Lake, 1991 Average weight: around 250 g

Other fish commonly caught in Saskatchewan include: brown trout, stocked in several waters of southern Saskatchewan; whitefish, widely distributed across the province; sauger, found in the Saskatchewan and Churchill River systems; and goldeye, found in the Saskatchewan River system

and Cumberland Lake area. Splake, a brook and lake trout cross, have been stocked in some Saskatchewan waters. Bass, burbot and others comprise the 69 species of fish in Saskatchewan’s waterways.

For more information on what you will catch in Saskatchewan, visit fishing-in-saskatchewan.com.


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For the 2013-14 fishing and hunting seasons, Saskatchewan has introduced a new way for anglers and hunters to purchase licences. The Hunting, Angling and Trapping Licence System (HAL) provides a convenient 24-hour service for those looking to enjoy Saskatchewan’s abundant fish and wild game. The new service allows hunting, fishing and trapping licences to be purchased online, by toll-free phone at 1-855-858-4773 or over the counter at licence issuers and offices of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. In addition to the convenience offered to end users, the service promotes greater efficiency and provides more effective information for managing Saskatchewan’s fish and wildlife resources.

Licence fees have not increased and the allocation of 30 per cent of licence revenue to the Fish and Wildlife Development Fund remains unchanged. Lost or destroyed licences can be reprinted online, at a Ministry of Environment office (no charge) or from a private licence vendor. Lac La Ronge endorsements can only be reprinted at Ministry of Environment offices upon completion of a statutory declaration. To get your online fishing or hunting licence, visit environment.gov.sk.ca/licences.

Anglers play an important role in conservation efforts and contribute to an enhanced fish population by releasing mature and trophy-sized fish. Many outfitters encourage the practice in order to help preserve the lakes and rivers and leave them in as pristine a condition as possible for future residents and tourists. For successful catch and release fishing, anglers must use barbless hooks and practice being respectful and careful when handling fish. Here are a few tips for anglers interested in conserving fish populations while getting the most out of an angling expedition: • Have the proper gear on hand: nose pliers, hemostats, line cutters for deeply hooked fish, wet cloth glove and landing net or cradle (constructed with non-abrasive, knotless materials such as rubber or tangle-free coated nylon). • Catch and release fishing in depths greater than 9 m (30 ft.) should be avoided, as most Saskatchewan fish species, other than lake trout, are unable to rapidly adjust to the changes in water pressure as they are pulled toward the surface. • Use unscented artificial lures rather than live/dead bait or other organic materials when catch and release fishing to minimize deep hooking of fish. • Land the fish as quickly as possible to prevent exhaustion. Once landed, handle the fish quickly (under 30 seconds) and use a wet cloth glove or wet hand to prevent damage to the fish’s protective mucus coating. Do not hold the fish by the gills, gill cover or the eyes.

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• Hold a fish horizontal in the water until it is fully revived and swims away on its own. Move the fish in an S-shaped pattern to allow water to run through its gills. • Use common sense. If the fish is bleeding or cannot be revived, count that fish toward your limit, if regulations allow it. For additional information about catch and release fishing techniques, for general and special regulations regarding angling limits and to find out how you can be recognized for your conservation efforts, refer to the Saskatchewan Anglers’ Guide or visit saskfishing.ca.

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Plenty of anglers come to Saskatchewan for a chance to catch record-breaking walleye, northern pike, Arctic grayling or trout, but they may raise an eyebrow at the mention of largemouth bass. In southeastern Saskatchewan, largemouth bass is taking its place as a Saskatchewan sport fish. Formed in 1957 with the creation of the Boundary Dam Power Plant, the Boundary Dam Reservoir snakes its way up from the mouth of Long Creek, emptying into the Souris River. The reservoir teems with perch, walleye and northern pike, but anglers are drawn to the body of water by the unusual presence of largemouth bass. Up until 2007, the Boundary Dam Reservoir was the only fishery in Saskatchewan where largemouth bass could be found. The secret to the bass population is the warmer waters of the Boundary Dam Reservoir. The water is used to cool the nearby coal-fired power plant and then pumped back into the reservoir, resulting in water temperatures of 21-27 degrees Celsius (70-80 degrees Fahrenheit). The result is a unique Saskatchewan ecosystem with a unique fishery. For Andrew “Smitty” Smith, host of fishingsaskatchewan.ca and dedicated angler, there is nothing like it. “Boundary Dam is a gem tucked away in the south east corner of Saskatchewan,” Smith said. “It's the only place in the province where you can fish for largemouth bass . . . I've fished for bass in the Florida Everglades, and while the sizes may not be the same, the fishing is definitely competitive.” Smith enjoys fishing for many of the more commonly found species in the lake, but he claims that bass is unlike any other fish he has encountered.

“When a bass strikes your line, it's like nothing else,” Smith said. “Pound for pound, the largemouth bass is one of the best fighting fish anywhere” “Largemouth bass fishermen from Ontario and the United States have come here and they have been amazed at the quality of bass fishing on Boundary Dam. The host of Fish’n Canada visited and he was blown away by what we have here,” Smitty said. On the lake, anglers have a greater chance of success near the cabin docks that dot stretches of shoreline or other shaded areas. Overhanging trees and brush provide excellent shelter where bass congregate. Not only can anglers expect a unique fishing experience on Boundary Dam Reservoir, they can also be reasonably sure of good weather – Estevan is known as “the sunshine capital of Canada,” with more average hours of sunshine per year than any other city in the country. Along with sunshine, the small but bustling city of Estevan has plenty of attractions and amenities to supplement a fishing trip. Tours of the Boundary Dam Power Station and Shand Power Station will deepen visitors’ understanding and appreciation of the unique fish populations in the reservoirs and the Souris Valley Museum explores the history of the area from pre-contact times up to the 20th century.

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“Lots of anglers overlook this part of the province, but there are so many incredible lakes and rivers to discover.” Largemouth bass

Accommodations are available in Estevan. For a complete outdoor experience, anglers can make their base at Woodlawn Regional Park, located just south of the city along the picturesque banks of the Souris River. North of the city along the Rafferty Dam Reservoir, Mainprize Regional Park also offers camping, boating, fishing and a beautiful 18-hole golf course.

North of Boundary Dam Reservoir, the Rafferty Dam Reservoir may not have bass to offer, but walleye, perch and northern pike are there in abundance.

Located between the cities of Estevan and Weyburn, Rafferty Reservoir is narrow but long, stretching 55 km (35 mi.) and reaching depths of up to 55 feet at full supply level. The lake is known as a walleye “hot spot” by local anglers, where catches of up to 8.5 lb. have been recorded.

“Lots of anglers overlook this part of the province,” Smith said, “but there are so many incredible lakes and rivers to discover.”

East of Estevan, the Alameda Dam has excellent fishing opportunities. The annual Alameda Fishing Derby in June draws anglers from across the province.

• Big River Annual Ice Fishing Derby................................................................March 22, 2014 • Tobin Lake Ice Fishing Derby...........................................................................March 29, 2014 • Lake Diefenbaker Walleye Classic ...............................................................May 24-25, 2014 • Regina Beach Lions Walleye Classic ...............................................................June 7-8, 2014 • Fins n’ Skins..............................................................................................................June 14, 2014 • Nipawin Great Northern Pike Festival ................................June 15-September 30, 2014 • Alameda Fishing Derby.........................................................................................June 28, 2014 • Annual Reid Lake Catch & Release Walleye Fishing Tournament ...........July 5-6, 2014 • National Fishing Week (nationalfishingweekcanada.net) .......................July 5-13, 2014 • Tobin Lake Walleye Classic .............................................................................July 12-13, 2014 • Angler & Young Angler Walleye Championship Tournament ......................................TBD • Saskatchewan’s Premier’s Walleye Cup ....................................................August 7-9, 2014 • Fish for Freedom Ladies’ Walleye Tournament ..................................August 15-16, 2014 • Nipawin Vanity Cup.......................................................................................October 4-5, 2014

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Ray McKay

Ray and Sam McKay, owners of Shadd Lake Cabins, have their share of tales about adventures in northern Saskatchewan. Considering that five generations of McKays have had a connection to Shadd Lake, there are enough stories to fill several volumes.


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SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 Grandfather Roderick McKay and great-grandfather Edward Beatty wintered on Shadd Lake back in the 1800s. Later, Roderick McKay opened a trading post and established a homestead in the area.

the fish), the guides are legendary for their delicious shore lunches. Nothing beats fresh walleye pan-fried over an open fire, along with a generous helping of campfire potatoes and onions and yummy baked beans.

Shadd Lake’s location, by today’s standards, is deemed a remote “getaway” accessible by float plane. Setting down roots there well over 100 years ago is hard to imagine.

Shadd Lake Cabins is a fly-in destination. Visitors are transported by float plane from La Ronge, which has connections to John G. Diefenbaker Airport with direct links to major Canadian cities and to Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago. Some guests fly to Saskatoon, then drive to La Ronge where they are greeted and transported to Shadd Lake.

Ray and Sam’s parents, John and Mary Ann, made northern Saskatchewan their home and spent part of each year at the homestead. Four of their 10 children, including Ray, were born in the humble cabin at the mouth of the river that connects Shadd Lake to the Churchill River.

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John and Mary Ann opened a tourist camp in 1977. Two years later, it was purchased by their sons. Both had established careers. Sam was trained as a commercial pilot and worked in the mining sector. Ray and his wife Nancy were both educators and Ray later worked with the provincial government. Juggling the demands of work with the operation at Shadd Lake was both challenging and fulfilling. Overseeing the business and nurturing guest relations became their focus, while camp managers were hired for part of the season. Today, Sam, Ray and Nancy are lodge hosts and three generations of the family are involved in the operation. Now 96 years of age, Mary Ann still returns to her beloved homestead cabin for a few weeks every summer. Situated south of the 56th parallel, Shadd Lake is approximately 70 km (43 mi.) north of La Ronge. Walleye and northern pike are plentiful. Lake trout are abundant in the surrounding smaller lakes and the northern boreal forest that frames the area is a haven for wildlife. Five miles in length by three wide, Shadd Lake has a meandering shoreline and is dotted with islands, with intertwining connections to nearby rivers and the chain of lakes on the Churchill River system. To a fish, the environment is ideal – an abundance of food, few predators and endless places to hide – or so it seems. Professional guides, indigenous to the area, know all of the hotspots for fish. These experienced northerners, who are of Cree ancestry, have spent their lives fishing the local waters. In addition to knowing all of the tricks of the trade (and of

Shore lunch

The main lodge is considered the heart of the camp. Guests can relax on the front porch that looks onto the lake and is an ideal spot for viewing wildlife or the impressive sunsets that are characteristic of Saskatchewan. Inside is just as relaxing and here guests gather to swap stories of their day on the water. For corporate groups and conferences, the main lodge is a great venue for doing business, with equipment available for delivering presentations, as well as Wi-fi and 24-hour satellite phone service. It is also where guests dine on delicious home-cooked meals. For those who prefer light housekeeping, comfortable log cabins that sleep between five and eight guests come with a well-equipped kitchen and an outdoor fire pit. The property can accommodate a maximum of 24 people at one time. For guests with special needs, a cabin and washroom are wheelchair accessible. Fishing packages range from three to five days. For those who want an extended getaway, there is an option to add extra days. Modern equipment includes seven 18’ boats with 40-50 h.p. motors and casting decks and eight 16’ vessels with 25 h.p. motors. Recent upgrades to the property include a new sauna, boathouse and filleting facility. Shadd Lake Cabins also offers guided hunting expeditions. There are six-day spring and fall packages for bear and a seven-day fall moose hunt that is popular.


SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 Even the most die-hard adventurers will admit that the feeling of being at one with nature is profound. Life as we know it seems very far away when you visit this part of the world. All around are reminders that for thousands of years, the area has supported the co-existence of humans and animals. Along the Churchill River, Cree rock and cave paintings are still visible. These pictographs reveal an ancient way of life when hunter-gatherers navigated the region, marked important locations and left messages for their families using a mixture of clay, minerals, animal fat and plant matter that withstood the elements. Today, these rock paintings are symbols of endurance, ingenuity and the bounty that has existed in these parts for several millennia. It is not uncommon, when you stop to view some of the breathtaking sights, such as the picturesque Needle Falls or giant Swimming Stone – a sacred site to the aboriginal people – to suddenly realize that you are not alone. It might be a moose or black bear that sees you and is suddenly curious, or a bald eagle high in the treetops. Loons and white pelicans are numerous. Guests have reported seeing caribou and wolverines. Even a white wolf has been spotted. The area is a paradise for nature lovers and photographers and the wildlife sightings rank up there with the stories of record-sized catches and trophy hunts. In August and September, the displays of Northern Lights are spectacular. Over the years, the McKays have made deep, long-lasting friendships with clients, many of whom return each summer, as well as stay in touch throughout the year. “About 80 per cent of our guests are repeat customers, with about 60 per cent returning each year. Some visit twice a

It is not uncommon to hear comparison of reeling in a 45-50 in. northern pike to wrestling an alligator. How do they reach this size? It starts with an ample food supply. The Churchill River and its waterways teem with walleye and small northern pike. Picture an ever-replenishing buffet table. That is the scene for the average northern pike whose daily schedule consists of eating and a bit of swimming (but not overly exertive or straying far from the food). Rapid growth and weight gain ensue, but the thick girth that results is, by all means, appealing. Northern pike weighing as much as 39 lb.

year and the others return every second or third season. They come back because they love the beautiful, peaceful environment, the excellent fishing, the good food, equipment and friendly staff,” Nancy said. Ray and Nancy spend time each winter travelling in the United States. With 60 per cent American clientele, it is important to maintain a presence in that market. Sport shows and marketplace events are opportunities to engage with potential new customers and reconnect with friends. “Participating in the International Sportsmen’s Exposition in Denver is always a pleasure. So many of our guests come to rebook or just for a good visit,” Ray said. “We reach out to new clients through our website, by attending two or three sport shows a year and through telemarketing. But our best advertising is by word-of-mouth.”

One of the most common questions asked by regulars when they rebook is about Marcella, the cook. “Is she still with you?” they inquire. She is. One of Marcella’s most popular dishes is Walleye Chowder. For a taste of Shadd Lake Cabins in the offseason, try her recipe. 1 pound of walleye, diced 1 medium onion chopped 4 slices of bacon 4 medium potatoes

1 carrot, sliced very thin 2 Tablespoons dill weed Salt and pepper to taste 2 cups of whole milk ( or ½ cream)

Put enough water in a saucepan to cover potatoes, onion and carrot. Cook until just tender. Add bacon and cook for 10 more minutes. Add fish and cook on low heat for 2 minutes. Add milk, dill weed, salt and pepper. Simmer for approximately 5 minutes. Enjoy!

and measuring 56 in. have been pulled out of Shadd Lake. Twenty lb. fish are common and the catch-and-release policy for northern pike over six lb. sees the big ones return to the water where they will continue to feed and grow. One day, they will be an even larger catch for some lucky adventurer. The Shadd Lake Cabins website proclaims “this truly is the land of gators.” Judging from some of the photos, they have a point. Visit shaddlakecabins.com and see for yourself. See page 58 for a full listing.

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When the last glaciers carved out the endless lake valleys of the Narrow Hills, they set the stage for some outstanding angling. Today, the Narrow Hills area is the Cadillac of fly-fishing in Saskatchewan with dozens upon dozens of trout-stocked lakes.


SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 In addition to rainbow, cutthroat, brown, splake, tiger and brook trout, there are northern pike, walleye and yellow perch. Zeden Lake boasts the rare Kokanee salmon. The Narrow Hills Provincial Park itself has 25 lakes and within the surrounding area, the enterprising angler can find more than 30 other lakes to fish. Two of Saskatchewan’s fly fishing clubs make an annual trip to the Narrow Hills area in June. When asked why they choose Narrow Hills, Cam Alexson of the Kilpatrick Fly Fishers said, “It’s where the fish are!” Between the Northern Waters Flyfishers (NWFF) of Prince Albert and the Kilpatrick Fly Fishers from Saskatoon, anywhere from 60 to 90 fly-fishers may head out on the annual multi-day trip. They spread out among the various trout lakes in the park, frequenting Seeley, Cora and Bertlein, which have tiger and splake trout, while Shannon Lake is known for its nice, big brown trout. The nearby Gem Lakes, named for their dazzling colours, are stocked with splake, brook, brown, rainbow and tiger trout – truly a “onestop shopping” destination for great fishing. North of the Narrow Hills, Road Lake has rainbow trout. Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park is one of four wilderness parks in Saskatchewan. It represents a large tract of mature forests, lakes and pristine wilderness. Most lakes have native fish, including pike, sucker, cisco and perch. Some are stocked with lake, rainbow and brook trout. One of the best features of the area’s narrow lakes is that they are easily fished without travelling. Here, in our smaller lakes, you’re fishing when you leave the dock,” Bill Blackmon of Katche Kamp Outfitters said. Bill and his wife Jeanne have been welcoming guests from Canada, the United States and elsewhere in the world to their spot on East Trout Lake for 22 years. Visitors can expect wonderful meals, superb sunsets and clean, sparkling lakes teeming with fish. Lakeside cabins overlook the sheltered harbour that connects East Trout Lake to Nipakemew Lake. “For those people who have fishing experience, there has been an overwhelming agreement that this is a good place. This is a place that has fish,” he said. Blackmon is careful to add that there is never a guarantee in fishing! The forests reach right to the shore in this area, so fishing is done from the water. Belly boats, personal pontoon boats, canoes and kayaks are great ways to experience the water and get closer to the fish. “Belly boats are the most relaxing thing, and the closest thing to the water and to the fish. It’s a tremendously enjoyable experience,” Blackmon said.

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Many people who have discovered a love for fly fishing are reluctant to go back to a spinning rod. Fly casting uses the weight of the line to carry the fly to its destination, while other fishing methods rely on a lure’s weight to pull the line from the reel.

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“Fly fishing is more active and it’s a bit of a challenge. To me, it’s more enjoyable.”

“Fly fishing is more active and it’s a bit of a challenge. To me, it’s more enjoyable,” Gary Glendinning of Prince Albert said. Glendinning is a member of both the Northern Waters and Kilpatrick Fly Fishers clubs, as well as a founding member of the Saskatchewan Fly Fishing Federation (SFFF). The SFFF was created to promote the sport and to provide support to any new clubs in the province. It also includes Regina’s club, the Flatland Fly Fishers Inc.

The NWFF put on an annual fly fishing demonstration at Lower Fishing Lake in the Narrow Hills Provincial Park during Saskatchewan’s Free Fishing Weekend. They always have a great reception from park visitors and people curious about fly fishing. The Narrow Hills Provincial Park has a family campground at Lower Fishing Lake with boat and canoe rentals, a beach and grocery store, while Upper Fishing Lake has cabins, motel rooms and a lodge with groceries and food service. Not only does the area boast some of Saskatchewan’s best trout fishing, but its natural beauty must be seen to be believed. There are hiking trails and scenic driving routes throughout the area. It is a great natural area to explore, assuming that visitors can set down their fly rods long enough!

Both of the northern clubs are active in teaching people to cast and tie flies, as well as catching fish. “You don’t always catch fish on your first outing. But once you catch a fish on a fly rod, you tend to stay with it,” Glendinning said. Fly fishing clubs promote the sport, but socializing and enjoyment of fishing are number one. In the winter months the Prince Albert club members gather in Prince Albert for “Tying Flies and Telling Lies”; they tie flies, build rods and landing nets. Artificial flies, fashioned from feathers, fur or hair, are created to match local aquatic insects or baitfish. “I guess the artistic side takes over and you can create your own fly that might be better than the next guy’s, and you get bragging rights if you can catch a fish they can’t with your particular fly,” Glendinning said. Rainbow trout


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Saskatchewan is home to some of North America’s most plentiful populations of wildlife. Hunting here offers a wonderful time to relax and enjoy the clean air, peace and quiet and the freedom from life’s many pressures. The skies literally fill with waterfowl, the deer are bigger than anywhere in the world, and the black bear and moose roam the Saskatchewan landscape in abundance. Though it may sound like legend, these fantastic hunting conditions are all here, waiting to be discovered.

Saskatchewan, located along North America’s Central Flyway, affords plenty of great opportunities for bird hunting. With flocks numbering in the tens of thousands, the autumn skies are crowded with waterfowl journeying south. Abundant geese, sandhill cranes and North America’s largest duck population (Saskatchewan contributes one of


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every four ducks found on the continent!) make Saskatchewan a paradise for bird hunters. In addition to waterfowl, upland game birds, such as Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse, and ptarmigan make bird hunting in the province extremely rewarding. Saskatchewan game-bird seasons open in early September. This is an exciting time of year to be afield. The sight of the wide open skies full of endless soaring flocks of birds contributes to a memorable hunting experience. In addition to Saskatchewan’s outstanding bird hunting opportunities, big game hunting is also superb. The largest trophy white-tailed deer in the world exist here, a fact influenced by large tracts of habitat, superior genetics, rich minerals in our fertile soil and our northern climate. Moose and black bear hunters enjoy excellent success throughout the northern forest area. The magnificent animals provide challenging hunts, frequently involving travel by boat and ATV into the most remote parts of the province. The Porcupine Hills, Cumberland Delta, Wapawekka Hills, Pasquia Hills and Meadow Lake region are among many superb locations. Moose can be hunted in the province’s southern hunting zone as well. Different areas offer a variety of hunting experiences. If you plan to hunt from a tree stand, the forest fringe areas are ideal. Hunters looking for more of a stalk will find the parkland region of central Saskatchewan offers exciting challenges. Regulations require non-Canadians to hunt bear, moose and white-tailed deer with a licensed outfitter. Most seasons are managed by computer-draw, although there are open seasons for elk in some areas. Residents can also acquire over-the-counter tags to hunt moose, black bear, white-tailed deer and elk. The province offers abundant game populations and opportunities to hunt on both public and private land. Hunters should always obtain landowner permission before venturing onto privately owned land. Whatever your hunting pleasure, there are more than 200 dedicated outfitters representing the province’s finest hunting and fishing operations. They are waiting to welcome and guide you through your adventures. That down-home prairie hospitality extends to the outfitting community. You can be sure of a warm welcome and benefit from the hard working cooks, guides and more. Saskatchewan outfitters offer world-class guided hunts. Lodges offer the services of experienced staff and knowledgeable guides, whose honest and sincere attention to every detail helps ensure an enjoyable adventure. Throughout your stay, you will encounter some of the world’s friendliest people, who take great pride in sharing Saskatchewan with visitors.

Upland game hunting Private cabins are most often used to accommodate guests at outfitting camps. Facilities can range from deluxe to modern, semi-modern or non-modern. A full range of possibilities are available, from doing your own cooking in light housekeeping situations to onsite camping to allinclusive camps. Whatever the preference, be it peace and quiet with all of the amenities or the chance to “rough it,” there is an outfitter who fits the description. Saskatchewan has two international airports. Efficient highway routes make travel convenient and hunting areas easy to reach. However, access into the northern regions of the province requires a degree of coordination, which is another area of expertise filled by the ample number of hunting outfitters. A reliable outfitter will be able to guide you to the province’s best hunting spots, for whatever type of game and experience you are seeking. Some restrictions apply to non-resident and U.S. hunters. For details on restrictions, refer to the Saskatchewan Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide, available online at environment.gov.sk.ca. Saskatchewan is favoured with outstanding natural resources and a raft of friendly outfitters willing to share – it is truly a hunter’s dream. Great hunting adventures are as abundant as the populations of ducks, geese, white-tailed deer, moose and black bear. It’s all here…waiting for you to discover. Direct air access into Saskatchewan is now available from Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago. For more information, visit Tourism Saskatchewan’s website, TourismSaskatchewan.com/hunting.


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SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 Hunting is a family affair for the Schmitts.

Redwillow Outfitting offers white-tailed deer and black bear hunts for resident and non-resident hunters.

The Carrot River-based clan owns and operates Redwillow Outfitting Inc., a big game outfitting and guiding business that caters to visitors from outside of Canada. Larry and Angela Schmitt started the business in 1990. And, with the help of their four children – Jonathan, Charles, Heather and Brianne – they have grown it to be what it is today. The family has, literally, built the business from the ground up. They have all had a hand in the construction of Redwillow Outfitting’s farm base camp, as well as its remote wilderness camp. Its five log cabins, shower/steam house and other accessory buildings were made from the natural

“This area of the province has some of the best hunting opportunities available for white-tailed deer and black bear in all of Canada. In the northern boreal forest, the wildlife population has been sustained through excellent game management over the years,” she said. The Schmitts offer hunting services for white-tailed deer during the month of November. For black bear, they guide in the spring during the month of May and in the fall during the month of September. Redwillow’s hunting packages include a professionallytrained guide, home-cooked organic meals and

“This area of the province has some of the best hunting opportunities available for whitetail and black bear in all of Canada.” Black bear

spruce and aspen trees found on the Schmitt’s farmland and nearby forest.

accommodations at the farm base camp or at the remote camp that is accessible only by all-terrain vehicle.

Located in the east central part of the province, Redwillow’s hunting area is in the Pasquia Hills, one of the most gamerich wilderness areas in Saskatchewan.

“Our wilderness hunts are an authentic back-to-the-woods experience. Our professional guides are hard-working and skilled to provide our clients with a world-class guided trophy hunt,” Angela said.

Born and raised in the area, Larry hunted and trapped in the Pasquia Hills. Growing up, the vast expanse of forest, creeks, muskeg and meadows was his “backyard playground.” “Becoming an outfitter and guide has been a natural transition for Larry,” Angela said. Charles grew up in the business helping his parents and has been guiding since 2003. His wife Jelise started out cooking for Redwillow in 2006. Recently, the young couple (who just welcomed baby Katie) became operating managers of the business. “Our clients can feel confident and safe knowing that when you hunt with us, our knowledge and skill of the area will be hard to beat,” Angela said.

Packages available include: • Six-day white-tailed deer hunting package at remote camp (non-resident hunters). Hunters can choose rifle, archery and muzzleloader. The hunting area covers 23,000 acres. • White-tailed deer hunting package at farm base camp (resident hunters). The hunting area covers private land. Hunters can choose to add recreational activities, such as fishing at one of the nearby trophy fishing lakes. • Six-day black bear hunting package at remote camp (nonresident hunters). The hunting area covers 70,000 acres and the bears range from 250-600 lbs.

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Angela and Larry Schmitt

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• Black bear hunting package at farm base camp (resident hunters). Hunting area covers private land. Hunters can choose to add recreational activities, such as fishing at one of the nearby trophy fishing lakes.

that the whole family can enjoy. He started hunting with his uncles at nine years of age. In New Jersey, Lewis hunts with his 21-year-old daughter Kailey. He looks forward to the day when he can bring her to Saskatchewan to hunt.

Operating for more than two decades, Redwillow Outfitting is currently working on expanding its business to accommodate more resident hunters from Saskatchewan and Canada, and a new winter package for snowmobilers is being developed. The snowmobiling package will include home-cooked organic meals and accommodations.

“She really wants to come, which makes me happy. Saskatchewan is such a special place and I want her to experience it,” Lewis said.

“We cater to our guests’ needs, whether they bring a youth hunter, require a special diet, or have non-hunting companions. We want them to have lasting memories of their Saskatchewan wilderness hunting experience with us,” Angela said. The majority of Redwillow’s clients come from the Midwest and eastern United States. Scott Lewis, a 54-year-old New Jersey resident, has been hunting with Redwillow Outfitting for 28 years. “What keeps me coming back is the homemade pies, excellent hunting and an excellent camp,” Lewis said. Lewis cannot say enough about the Schmitt family. “They are very special people and very accommodating. They are just a lot of fun to be around. “And, over 28 years, I have seen their kids grow up, and now their kids are a part of the business.” Like the Schmitts, Lewis believes that hunting is an activity

Along with family and friends, he typically spends two weeks in the province every year. An avid outdoorsman, Lewis appreciates the wilderness camp setting offered by Redwillow. “It’s just nice being in the woods. Saskatchewan is a great place to hunt because there are giant deer and you are constantly excited because you just never know. At any minute, that big one could step out. But it’s not just about going out and shooting a deer. It is about being here and being in camp,” Lewis said. “I’ve hunted all over the world. I’ve hunted Russia, Mongolia, South America, all over the States, out west, Alaska probably 15 times, but my favourite place to hunt is Saskatchewan.” Redwillow Outfitting is located 288 km northeast of Saskatoon and 398 km northeast of Regina. For more information about Redwillow Outfitting, visit redwillowhunting.com. See Page 33 for full listing.

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Waterfowl migration

Waterfowl were scarce in the Midwestern states when drought hit in the mid-2000s. So, Paul Fischer brought his sons north of the border in search of fall ducks and geese. It would become an unforgettable trip for the Minnesota family.


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“It was phenomenal. We had such a good time and we were back again the next year.”

Canada Geese

“Those are memories I’ll keep my entire life and I hope my kids will too,” said Fischer, who learned to hunt as a boy. “It was just incredible.” Fischer said his sons had never seen so much waterfowl. Despite his decades as a hunter, Fischer had never experienced goose hunting of that calibre. His sons, now 18 and 20, were in their early teens at the time. The three normally hunted at Fischer’s property near the North Dakota/Montana border, but that year, they made the trip to Saskatchewan’s prime location on the Central Flyway. A couple of unproductive hunting days in the southwest and near the Alberta border – where conditions were also dry that year – prompted Fischer to reach out. He called a number of Saskatchewan outfitters before connecting with Paul Ashfield and Ravenshoe Outfitting in Whitewood.

the plains and down to the Texas Gulf Coast. Saskatchewan is a waterfowl destination without parallel. Ravenshoe Outfitting is located in prime waterfowl territory, near the Qu’Appelle Valley. Other major migration stopovers include the Quill Lakes and large bodies of water like Lake Diefenbaker. Saskatchewan’s diverse terrain offers a variety of waterfowl hunting opportunities, from marsh and lake areas to harvested grain fields. In southern Saskatchewan, rural roads, fence lines and areas with tall grasses are good places to find upland game birds like the sharp-tailed grouse, pheasants and Hungarian partridge. In addition to waterfowl hunting, Ravenshoe offers hunting expeditions for whitetailed deer, archery hunting for spring black bear and angling.

Since then, water has returned to Fischer’s neck of the woods and his sons are busy with school and life, so they are hunting near to home for now. He and his sons have fond memories of those years at Ravenshoe Outfitting in Whitewood.

The majority of North America’s waterfowl come to the prairie pothole region to nest and raise their young. Saskatchewan’s wetlands are prime habitat for waterfowl and countless other wildlife species. This lush and productive region was formed when glaciers from the last ice age retreated and left behind the countless shallow depressions. Today, these wetlands are among the world’s best waterfowl nesting habitat and support globally significant populations of breeding waterfowl. Ducks Unlimited’s Preserve our Prairies Initiative supports the conservation of this vital habitat, with the goal of maintaining bird populations.

Whitewood lies on the Central Flyway, one of North America’s busiest migration routes along which millions of waterfowl travel south in search of habitat and food each fall. The huge flyway stretches from the boreal forests and parklands, across

Game bird hunting in Saskatchewan can be done either unguided or with the assistance of an outfitter. For an unguided hunt, visitors may find lodging and meals and locate hunting areas, including acquiring permission to hunt

Ashfield was willing to host the trio, who had brought their own gear, including decoys. They hunted at Ravenshoe Outfitting for four days and were taken aback by the skies full of birds. “It was phenomenal. We had such a good time and we were back again the next year,” Fischer recalled.


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on private land in southern Saskatchewan. The Ministry of Environment and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation have information on public hunting lands in the province. Saskatchewan’s game-bird seasons open in early September, when the leaves are turning and birds are plentiful. Outfitters take the guess-work out of hunting. Although there is never a guarantee, many of the guides and outfitters have lived and hunted here for decades and know where the birds are. Many visitors to the province call on the members of the Saskatchewan Outfitters Association for their expertise. The province’s outfitting industry is known for its professionalism and hospitality and its ability to deliver outstanding hunting and fishing experiences to visitors.

As Fischer and his sons discovered, Saskatchewan’s skies truly are full of birds and the warm prairie hospitality is rivaled only by the outstanding natural resources. For more information about Ravenshoe Outfitters, visit ravenshoe.ca. See page 63 for full listing. To find out more about Norland Creek Outfitters visit norlandcreek.ca. See page 47 for full listing. Scattergun Outfitters is located 147 km south east of Regina. See page 62 for full listing.

Along with Ravenshoe, two other outfitters in southeastern Saskatchewan provide services to make the perfect waterfowl and upland game bird hunting vacation. Scattergun Outfitters, located only 30 km south of Weyburn, is a family operation owned by hunting enthusiasts. It offers guided hunts for waterfowl and upland game birds, complete with trained dog services and bird processing. Its territory covers five waterfowl management zones. Norland Creek Outfitters, owned by Ray and Judy Beck, has been in operation since 1999. The Becks offer goose and duck hunting in the morning and duck and upland game bird hunts in the afternoon. Norland Creek, based near Lang, Saskatchewan, also offers accommodations for up to seven guests. Its pre-hunt breakfasts are much loved by their clientele. Fischer family children


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Shadd Lake

D7 58

D7 50

D7 37

E3 48

Soaring Lake Lodge*

C8 42

Stevens Bucks and Bears Outfitting Ltd

C7 53

Stockman’s Lodge

B9 56

T and D Amisk Cabins

D5 58

Soaring Lake Green Lake

D5 60

C7 36

C8 58

C6 43

Cuelenaere Lake

B8 39

Amisk Lake

D6 33

Thickwood Hills Outfitters Thompson Lake Lodge

E1 62

Churchill River

Blaine Lake

Thompson Lake

C4 35 D7 59

Otter Lake

Pelican Narrows

D7 53

E1 58

Thunderbird Camps*

E3 53

Trails End Outfitters

Tobin Lake

C8 44

Twin Bay Resort Ltd

Deschambault Lake

D6 41

E3 38

Twin Falls Lodge

Churchill River/ Mountain Portage

D7 38

C5 58 C7 54

Ubiquity Lake Outfitters*

E3 58

Walters Wilderness Camp Outfitting

Carrot River

Alsask

A6 48

Western Trophy Outfitters

Candle Lake

C6 48

Wheeler River Lodge Ltd

C6 54

Wild Wings Outfitters*

C6 41

Wollaston Lake Lodge Ltd*

D8 50

Wolverman Wilderness Outfitters Ltd

A9 39

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Wheeler River Swift Current

Wolvernan Lakes

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D5 36

C6 42

E3 33

D5 36 B9 62

Wollaston Lake •

AIRSTRIP ONSITE OR NEARBY.

D5 60

A9 61

Goodsoil

Western Guiding Services

D7 53

Ubiquity Lake

C5 37

Mirond Lake

E1 47 •

Silence of the North*

D7 47 •

Shadd Lake Cabins

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D7 53

E4 55

B8 56 •

C6 44

Weber Outfitting

Martineau River Outfitters Nagle Lake Outfitters

B8 50

• B10 43

Reindeer Lake

Makwa River Outfitters Ltd

Thompson’s Camps L.P.*

Highland Outfitters

Lawrence Bay Lodge & Airways

D4 44

E2 59

Reindeer Lake

Hawkrock Wilderness Adventures

Kamkota Lodge*

Scattergun Outfitters

Slim’s Cabins* Last Mountain Lake

Loon Lake

Saskatchewan River Hunting and Fishing Camps Ltd

Reindeer Lake

Saskatchewan Outdoors Outfitting

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Arborfield

Reindeer Lake Trout Camp*

C5 37

Screaming Eagle Outfitters* Buffalo Narrows

D6 40

Hunter Lake

E3 43

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D6 61 •

Kelvington Whitewood

C6 49

A9 39

A9 39 •

Athapapuskow Lake

Redwillow Outfitting •

Wapawekka Lake

Ron Waugh Outfitting*

Costigan Lake Lodge*

G & S Marina Outfitters

E3 59

Black Bear Island Lake

C8 36

Blackmur’s Athabasca Fishing Lodges*

Deschambault Lake Resort

Stenen

Cut Knife

Black Bear Island Lodge*

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Hudson Bay

Big Sandy Lake

Big Sky Outfitting*

OUTFITTER PRIOR TO FILING YOUR FLIGHT PLAN.

INDEX REFERS YOU TO THE APPROPRIATE PAGE OF

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SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING OUTFITTERS 2014

The Directory of Saskatchewan Outfitters contains an alphabetical listing of outfitting camps by lake/community, with detailed descriptions on the services provided by the camps. Outfitters rent equipment and offer guide services for fishing, canoeing, hunting and other recreational activities. They often provide accommodation as well. Services vary from camp to camp, but most outfitters rent equipment like boats, outboard motors and canoes. Many sell licences, offer guide services, operate tackle shops and provide freezing service, upon request. Many outfitters have established outposts or day camps, usually in the vicinity of their base camps. These generally offer fewer facilities than base camps. Your camp operator will be able to arrange transportation to and from these more remote spots. All outfitters listed in this guide are licensed by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. Members of the Saskatchewan Outfitters Association (SOA) are noted in the directory portion of this guide with the SOA symbol.

To find the outfitter that is right for you: • By the name of the lake or area that you plan to visit, use the main directory beginning on Page 31. • By the name of a particular camp, use the indexes on Pages 18 and 29. • Maps giving approximate outfitter locations can be found on Pages 66-71. • Search online at TourismSaskatchewan.com.

2013 PROPERTY RECOGNITION AWARDS

• Blackmur’s Athabasca

The Saskatchewan Outfitters Association (SOA) is a memberbased organization of Saskatchewan hunting and fishing outfitters. Saskatchewan outfitters provide facilities, equipment and guiding services for freshwater fishing, migratory and upland bird hunting and big game hunting. For more information, contact: Saskatchewan Outfitters Association PO Box 572 STATION MAIN Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L6 Phone: (306) 668-1388 Fax: (306) 668-1353 Email: soa@sasktel.net soa.ca

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• Scott Lake Lodge, Scott Lake • Wheeler River Lodge Ltd., Wheeler River

• Greenwater & Marean Lake Outfitters, Marean Lake

• Wollaston Lake Lodge, Wollaston Lake

• K&P Outfitters, Kyle • Lawson Creek Outfitters, Porcupine Plain

Phone: 1-800-331-1529 (within Saskatchewan) Website: stec.com

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Western Guiding Services

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www.2sk.ca/11439 Box 191, 618 Centre Street, Empress, AB T0J 1E0 P: (403) 565-3775 or (403) 676-3300 E: d.r.cmolloy@gmail.com W: www.westernguidingservices.com 618 Centre St, junction Hwys 7 and 9, Empress, AB. Open 1-Sep to 1-Dec v Excellent hunting for white-fronted, Canada, Ross’ and snow geese, as well as white-tailed and resident mule deer. Hunts are organized from the lodge with facilities and good meals. Capacity: 16 persons. 9 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Guest house(s), Shared bathroom. $$: (US funds) bird hunt $700/person/day, includes accommodation, meals, guide, decoys and cleaning of birds. Deer hunt package rates upon request; 3-6 day packages. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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www.2sk.ca/14654 Box 459, Carrot River, SK S0E 0L0 P: (306) 768-2671 E: info@redwillowhunting.com W: www.redwillowhunting.com E of Arborfield in the Pasquia Hills. Airstrip nearby. Outposts: Pasquia Hills. v Trophy white-tailed deer, and black and colour phase bear. Archery, muzzleloader, rifle. Remote northern wilderness accessible only by ATV/snowmobile. Log cabins, shower/sauna, wood burning stoves, home cooked meals. Farm camp for bear hunts. Six to eight hunters/week. Year-round cabin rentals. RV campers welcome. Capacity: 10 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan bear and deer hunting packages. LHK Plan with optional food services for CDN resident hunters. Transportation to Carrot River, taxes, licences, and gratuities extra. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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www.2sk.ca/15652 Box 89, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (204) 687-0119 or (306) 362-2239 E: janet@tdamisk.com W: www.tdamisk.com Amisk Lake, access via Hwy 167. 32km S of Denare Beach. Open 24-May to 30-Sep v Camp in picturesque forested area. Excellent fishing for walleye and northern pike. Sandy beaches. Light housekeeping fishing packages. Capacity: 36 persons. 9 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Special rates during Jul. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing.

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Bear Valley Outfitters

Map I3

www.2sk.ca/21678 Box 2294, Swan River, MB R0L 1Z0 P: (204) 734-4658 E: bvo@mts.net W: www.bearvalleyoutfitters.com 400km N of the US border on the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border. v Professionally guided hunts for trophy bear, white-tailed deer and waterfowl. Eight guest rooms in lodge, and a separate building for dining and recreation. Capacity: 16 persons. 8 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Visit our website for details. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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ATHABASCA LAKE

ATHABASCA LAKE

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Blackmur’s Athabasca Fishing Lodges

Map A11

www.2sk.ca/11676 Site 13, 52112 Range Road 222, Sherwood Park, AB T8C 1H6 P: (780) 922-0957 or (306) 686-2020 (Jun - Sep) TF: 1(877) 922-0957 (Canada/US) E: athabasca@sasktel.net W: www.athabascalake.com/fishing Otherside River Lodge is located on the E arm of Lake Athabasca. Outposts: Fontaine Lake, Richards Lake, Poplar Point. Open 7-Jun to 14-Sep v Fish for northern pike, lake trout, walleye and Arctic grayling in comfortable new all-welded-hull boats with pedestal seats and open floor design. Daily fly-outs available. Father and son/daughter packages. Single Otter float plane based at Otherside River Lodge. Capacity: 100 persons. 21 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: (US funds) 3, 4, 5 and 7 day packages including charter from Saskatoon starting at $3195. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Indian Head Resort Inc

ATHAPAPUSKOW LAKE

Map A11

www.2sk.ca/24009 Box 30172 Clearwater RPO, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 0B8 P: (780) 742-6752 or (780) 665-3415 (Jun - Sep) E: indianheadresort@gmail.com W: www.indianheadresort.ca Stewart Island on Lake Athabasca. Return flight from Fort McMurray, AB included in package price. v Panoramic lake and forest views, high-end accommodation and amenities, home-cooked meals, and monster lake trout, northern pike and grayling fishing await you at this northern resort on Stewart Island in Lake Athabasca. Capacity: 28 persons. 14 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. 3, 4 and 7 day Full American Plan packages includes return flight to Fort McMurray, AB. Meals, accommodation, boat/motor, fishing gear, and guide. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Catch & release limits apply.

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Pine Point Lodge & Outpost

BEET LAKE

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/11636 Box 844, Flin Flon, MB R8A 1N6 P: (204) 472-3121 TF: 1(800) 771-9817 (Canada/US) E: pinepointlodgeff@mts.net W: www.pinepointlodgecanada.com W end of Lake Athapapuskow, 32 air km S of Creighton. Outpost: Saskoba Lake. Open 30-May to 30-Sep v Full-service American Plan fly-in lodge. Fully modern cabins. Fish four lakes. Excellent lake trout, northern pike and walleye fishing. Saskoba Lake Outpost offers excellent northern pike fishing, and is the only camp on the lake. Capacity: 26 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Outpost rates - less than $1500. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Forest Lake Outfitters

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/23936 Box 6961, Bonnyville, AB T9N 2H4 P: (780) 826-1429 or (780) 826-5520 E: dalekurek@persona.ca W: www.forestlakeoutfitters.ca Beet Lake, 55km NE of La Loche on Hwy 955 and 12km E on an unimproved road to Forest Lake outpost, then boat-in to main camp. v Boat-in fishing lodge offers river and lake fishing for the big four - northern pike, walleye, trout and Arctic grayling, plus unlimited ATVing on forested trails. At the headwaters of the Clearwater River renowned for challenging whitewater canoeing. Base camp has three cabins with private bath, three cabins with shared shower house, sauna, 24 hour power, and cheap ice. Forest Lake outpost has three LHK cabins and a shared shower house. Capacity: 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Visit website for details. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Catch & release limits apply.

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BESNARD LAKE

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Besnard Lake Lodge

Map C7

www.2sk.ca/11748 Box 920, Rosthern, SK S0K 3R0 P: (306) 232-4917 or (306) 425-3474 (summer) E: besnardlake@gmail.com W: www.besnardlake.com SW shore of Besnard Lake. 55km NW on Hwy 165, then 33km N on Hwy 910. Airstrip within 12km. Outpost: Hollowell Lake. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v Resort with modern cabins situated in natural forest overlooking Besnard Lake. Sandy beaches on many of the 250-plus islands on lake. Electricity, water, showers. 16 ft Lund boats and 25 hp Mercury motors. Capacity: 36 persons. 7 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Big Sandy Lake Outdoor Adventures

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/18528 Box 731, Shaunavon, SK S0N 2M0 P: (403) 744-4066 or (306) 297-3135

E: a.l.stevenson@sasktel.net W: www.bigsandylake.ca Big Sandy Lake, km 132 on the Hanson Lake Road, Hwy 106. 196km NE of Prince Albert. Open 15-Apr to 7-Dec v Professionally guided hunts for spring and fall black bear, and fall white-tailed deer. Ask about our combo hunts. Fish Big Sandy Lake for northern pike, walleye and perch. Spouses and families welcome. Fully equipped light housekeeping cabins. Capacity: 55 persons. 6 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. Campsites: 5 Elec, 8 N/Elec. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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Pine Island Resort Ltd

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/19352 Box 990, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 635-2422 or (306) 425-5722 E: pineislandresort@sasktel.net W: www.pineislandresort.ca Black Bear Island Lake, 43 air km NW of Missinipe (Otter Lake). Open 15-May to 15-Sep v Fly-in fishing camp on the famous Churchill River system. Walleye and northern pike fishing with access to trout fishing, unsurpassed scenery including many waterfalls and rapids. Light housekeeping cabins with half bath, cabin with full bath sleeps eight. High speed internet and satellite TV in main lodge. Capacity: 20 persons. 4 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Package pricing based on 4 persons minimum. Guides extra. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Fly-fishing, Catch & release fishing, Shore lunch.

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www.2sk.ca/11711 Box 630, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (877) 255-2327 E: info@blackbearisland.com W: www.blackbearisland.com Black Bear Island Lake, accessible by float plane only. Open 15-May to 1-Oct v The true northern experience. Located on the famous Churchill River System, we offer Full American Plan fishing adventures for trophy pike and trophy walleye. Enjoy all the amenities of home, private bathrooms in each cabin, new lodge facility. Trophy spring and fall colour phase bear

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Black Bear Island Lodge

hunts. Capacity: 32 persons. 8 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American plan. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Thickwood Hills Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/11447 Box 501, Hafford, SK S0J 1A0 P: (306) 549-2324 E: thickwoodhillsoutfitters@yahoo.ca W: thickwoodhillsoutfitters.com NW of Blaine Lake, 90km NW of Saskatoon. Open 15-May to 15-Oct v Good hunting for geese, ducks and upland game birds and white-tailed deer. Newly open bear hunting area. Modern three bedroom cabin with bunkbeds, satellite TV and private bathroom with shower. Capacity: 6 persons. 1 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. 3 day bird hunting package includes accommodation, food, blind, decoys, plucking, packaging, freezing, licence, guide. Bear and goose hunting combinations. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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B U F FA L O N A R R OW S

BUFFALO NARROWS

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Access Awesome Wilderness Hunts

BURBIDGE LAKE

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www.2sk.ca/18174 Box 308, St Louis, SK S0J 2C0 P: (306) 422-8459 E: mooseoutfitter@hotmail.com Clients are flown into hunting area approximately 1 hour N of Buffalo Narrows by float plane. Open 1-Sep to 15-Oct v Experience big game hunts in some of the most beautiful areas of the Saskatchewan wilderness. We specialize in remote fly-in trophy moose hunts. Bulls with antlers over 50-inch spread are common. Tent accommodations and professional guides available. $$: upon request.

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Screaming Eagle Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/11745 Box 315, Buffalo Narrows, SK S0M 0J0 P: (306) 235-7795 or (306) 235-4447 W: www.screamingeagleoutfitting.ca Base: 24km N of Buffalo Narrows. Outposts: N and S sides of Churchill Lake. v Great hunting and fishing. Natural, crystal clear northern lakes. Beautiful northern lights. Peaceful, unspoiled wilderness setting makes for a relaxing and enjoyable adventure. Two modern cabins at base camp, two rustic cabins at outpost. Capacity: 6 persons. 4 units - Cabin(s). $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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K & K Camps

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www.2sk.ca/23814 Box 9A, RR 1, Regina, SK S4P 2Z1 P: (306) 525-2791 or (306) 949-8131 E: kevin@friestallman.com W: www.burbidgelake.ca Burbidge Lake, 135km by air N of Otter Rapids. Open 1-May to 1-Oct v Isolated fishing camp features two main cabins with full kitchen facilities, hot and cold running water, freezers, wood burning stove and leather furniture. All boats feature four stroke engines, swivel seats, and fish finders. Scenic hiking trails. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Shore lunch, Catch & release limits apply.

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Western Trophy Outfitters

Map D5

www.2sk.ca/23648 21, rang Saint-Joseph N, Saint-Philippe, QC J0L 2K0 P: (450) 619-1464 or (514) 951-5552 E: info@wtoutfitters.com W: www.westerntrophyoutfitters.com Open 1-May to 8-Dec v Located on a vast hunting territory of 450 sq km of exclusive rights bordered by a national park with valleys and streams. A favoured habitat for white-tailed deer

and black bears, the game found here is abundant and imposing. Capacity: 12 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Guest house(s). $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Walters Wilderness Camp Outfitting

Map D5

www.2sk.ca/11651 Box 602, Carrot River, SK S0E 0L0 P: (306) 768-2485 or (306) 768-2177 E: j_charko@msn.com W: www.waltershunt.com Private land, 10km N and 34km E of Carrot River. Open 1-Apr to 10-Dec v Drive-in hunting camp features modern lodge with dining room, shower, washer/dryer, gazebo. Excellent upland game bird/waterfowl hunting; big game hunting. River fishing for walleye and northern pike. Wilderness outpost camp. Health inspected. Capacity: 17 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Little Pine Lodge

Map C5

www.2sk.ca/11523 Box 40, Chitek Lake, SK S0J 0L0 P: (306) 984-2332 or (306) 984-2027 E: gilleandlise@hotmail.com W: www.littlepinelodge.com Access via Hwy 24, N of Spiritwood. v Year-round resort offers winterized lakefront cabins. Trophy walleye and northern pike. Fishing and pontoon boat rentals. Ice fishing shack rentals. Moose, deer, bear and bird hunting area. Many trails to access by ATV or snowmobile. Capacity: 73 persons. 10 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Cabins $77 and up. Boats $25/hr or $150/day, one tank of gas included. Pontoon boat $50/hr, $300/day. Stay 7 nights and only pay for 6. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Boat/motor rental, Ice fishing.

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Northern Saskatchewan Wilderness Hunts Inc

CHURCHILL RIVER

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www.2sk.ca/11516 214 McCormack Rd, Saskatoon, SK S7M 4T9 P: (306) 382-2342 or (306) 221-2228 E: nswhunts@shaw.ca W: www.nswhunts.com Base: Chitek Lake, 53km NW of Spiritwood. Outpost: 20km SW of Chitek Lake. Open 1-Apr to 1-Dec v Trophy hunting at its best in forest fringe. Spring and fall black bear - 100% success. White-tailed deer - 170+ B&C taken yearly. Excellent waterfowl and upland game bird hunting. Clean and comfortable modern accommodations and excellent home cooked meals. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Package plan includes home cooked breakfast and supper meals, packed lunches, modern lodging, transportation to and from stands and excellent field care of your trophy by experienced staff. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Slim’s Cabins

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11650 Box 189, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (306) 754-2021 TF: 1(866) 774-2021 (Canada/US) E: info@slimscabins.com W: www.slimscabins.com On the Churchill River system N of Pelican Narrows. Km 103 on Hwy 135. Outposts: Flanagan Lake, Pita Lake, Tomahawk Lake, Harvey Lake, Robbestad Lake, Jackpine Lake. v Camp set in a small bay of the Churchill River with excellent northern pike and walleye fishing. Eight fly-in outposts and five boat-in outposts. Capacity: 70 persons. 25 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. Campsites: 10 Elec/Wtr, 5 Full hook-up. $$: (US funds) LHK cabins $60/person. Full American Plan moose hunting rates upon request. Prices subject to change. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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CHURCHILL RIVER/MOUNTAIN PORTAGE

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Twin Falls Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11709 Hangar #11, Hangar Rd, Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X4 P: (306) 242-3167 or (306) 221-6233 TF: 1(800) 667-9556 (Canada/US) E: beyondlaronge@shaw.ca W: www.twinfallslodge.com Mountain Portage on Churchill River, between Robertson Falls and Twin Falls. 72 air km NE of La Ronge or one half hour boat taxi from Stanley Mission. Open 26-May to 9-Sep v Fully modern cabins with electricity, daily maid service and home cooked meals. Excellent fishing for walleye, northern pike, perch, whitefish. Very scenic area, waterfalls tour. Managed over 30 years by Ron and Karen Cojocar. Personalized service. Capacity: 24 persons. 10 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: Two day package (Full American Plan) $975/person, additional days available. Please contact for special group pricing. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Churchill River Voyageur Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11710 Box 69, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-4774 or (306) 425-9700 E: info@voyageurlodge.com W: www.voyageurlodge.com Potter Rapids on the Churchill River (formerly Drinking Falls). 72 air km NE of La Ronge. 30 minutes by boat from Stanley Mission. Open 16-May to 30-Sep v Log cabins, central washrooms, showers, sauna and 24 hour power. Bedding/utensils supplied. Sundeck and gazebo. 18 ft Lund boat/50 hp Mercury outboard motors. Scenic area, just 5km from Nistowiak Falls. Licenced for Nistowiak and Drinking Lakes. Super walleye fishing. Capacity: 20 persons. 4 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Cdn funds. Full American and LHK fishing package rates upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Drinking Falls Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11720 Box 40, Stanley Mission, SK S0J 2P0 TF: 1(877) 305-7453 (Canada/US) E: drinkingfallslodge@sasktel.net W: www.drinkingfallslodge.com 72km NE of La Ronge on the Churchill River, at Potter Rapids. Outpost: Planinshek Lake. Open 1-Jun to 31-Aug v First class, all inclusive fly-in fishing lodge with fully modern facilities. Buffetstyle meals served at the lodge. Fully guided trips with shore lunches daily. Outstanding northern pike and walleye fishing. Lake trout fishing at Planinshek Lake outpost. Capacity: 40 persons. 10 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. US funds. 10% discount on groups of 10 or more. Trips originate in Saskatoon. Check website for details. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

Wollaston Lake region. Arrive at Points North Landing where the package begins, then fly via float plane to a wilderness camp. Outpost: Cochrane River. Open 30-Aug to 30-Sep v Fully guided trophy moose and black bear hunts in the remote northern Saskatchewan wilderness. Black bear available in a variety of colour phases. Only a select number of moose hunters taken each season. Access to spike camps by float plane only. $$: upon request. 5 1/2 day guided black bear hunt and 7 1/2 day guided moose hunt, both originate from Points North Landing. Onsite Services: Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Honker Heaven Outfitters Inc

Map E3

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Two Fingers Fishing Camp

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/15842 60 Malone Crecent, Regina, SK S4R 5X1 P: (306) 539-5244 E: twofingerscamp@sasktel.net W: twofingersfishing.com/ 45km by air NW of La Ronge, on the S end of Clam Lake. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v Fly-in to excellent fishing on a remote scenic lake. Stay in a fully modern four bedroom cabin. Relax after a day of fishing in an outdoor hot tub overlooking the lake. Cellular service. Capacity: 8 persons. 1 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Package plan includes boat/motor/gas, accommodations; does not include food. $5920/4 days/nights for up to 8 people. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Fly-fishing.

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Cochrane River Outfitters

www.2sk.ca/23032 Box 311, Colonsay, SK S0K 0Z0 P: (306) 222-0566 or (306) 255-2159 E: info@honkerheaven.com W: www.honkerheaven.com Allan Hills area, S of Colonsay. Open 1-Sep to 30-Nov v Prime waterfowl area with numerous wetlands and vast agricultural fields makes our area an ideal location for birds staging on their migration south. A wide array of waterfowl including Canada and snow geese, mallard and pintail ducks, and sandhill cranes fill the skies every crisp autumn morning. Capacity: 6 persons. 5 units - Guest house(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request.

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CUELENAERE LAKE

COSTIGAN LAKE

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Costigan Lake Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/17960 Box 259, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0 P: (306) 547-2806 or (306) 536-3479 or (306) 325-4614 W: www.costiganlakelodge.com Costigan Lake, 172km N of Pinehouse Lake. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Enjoy scenic views from your cabin located on a sandy pine-covered ridge, in a peaceful bay on Costigan Lake. The lake is known for its many islands and sheltered bays. The camp has running water, hot showers, generator, propane cook stove, wood heaters, barbecues, boats/motors. Guided fishing, and spring/fall bear hunting packages. Capacity: 45 persons. 8 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: Packages starting at $600 (CDN). Air fare extra. Will accept payment by PayPal. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Catch & release limits apply.

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Boreal Camp Services & Outfitting Ltd Cree Lake Camp

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www.2sk.ca/11686 Box 318, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-2437 E: fishing.boreal@sasktel.net W: www.borealcamps.com Cree Lake, 300km NW of La Ronge. Fly in from La Ronge or Fort McMurray. Open 1-Jun to 30-Oct v Lodge on sand cliff overlooking Cree Lake featuring spacious living area, hot/cold running water, propane appliances. We cater to one group at a time. Catch and release fishing for large northerns, lake trout and Arctic grayling from 16 ft boats with 20 hp motors. Capacity: 10 persons. 3 units - Guest room(s), Guest house(s). $$: (Cdn funds) Packages start at $900 plus air fare. Call for options and details. Onsite Services: Fly-fishing.

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Cree Lake Lodge

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/12439 Box 225, Paradise Hill, SK S0M 2G0 P: (306) 344-4862 E: info@creelakelodge.com W: www.creelakelodge.com N end of Cree Lake (80 x 48km) on the tip of Rushmer Peninsula. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Prime northern pike, lake trout, Arctic grayling and walleye fishing. Bear hunts. Full-service fly-in. Home cooked meals, individual lodging per party. Professional, courteous guides. Capacity: 16 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. (US funds) American Plan includes return airfare from Saskatoon to lodge, meals, accommodation, guide and boat/motor/gas. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Catch & release limits apply.

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Crystal Lodge Inc

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/15914 37 - 315 Bayview Cres, Saskatoon, SK S7V 1B5 P: (306) 222-8339 or (306) 373-3499 E: boychukconst@sasktel.net W: www.creelake.com Ispatinow Island in the centre of Cree Lake. Fly-ins only. Outposts: Lansdowne Lake, Holgar Lake. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Located on one of Saskatchewan’s largest lakes with clear, clean water and many beautiful white sand beach islands. Excellent fishing for trophy lake trout, northern pike and Arctic grayling. 16 ft boats, 4-stroke Honda motors. Pristine fly-out lakes for fishing and camping. Fly-ins from La Ronge and Fort McMurray, AB. Capacity: 28 persons. 5 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

the convenience of wireless internet and satellite TV at this modern camp on Cree Lake. Capacity: 27 persons. 14 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Fishing packages and bear hunt/fishing combo packages. Very remote boatin moose hunt. LHK package $225/person/day, guide not included. Guide $200/day (recommended for first time fishermen). Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Stockman’s Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/11738 Box 1238, Swift Current, SK S9H 3X4 P: (306) 741-1919 or (602) 568-6064 E: fish@stockmanslodge.com W: www.stockmanslodge.com Cuelenaere Lake, 128 air km NE of Otter Lake, on an island in the Buss Lake chain. Day camp at Buss Lake. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Cabins and main lodge each with own bathroom. Satellite phone at camp. Catch and release fishing for walleye, lake trout and northern pike. Try your luck at panning for gold in nearby streams. Capacity: 10 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: Full American Package plan includes lodging, meals, boat/motor/gas, guide and return air transportation from Missinipe. Check website for package pricing. Onsite Services: Shore lunch.

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Northern Cree Adventures

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/11606 Box 58, Pierceland, SK S0M 2K0 P: (306) 839-4611 or (778) 653-8701 (lodge) E: myrnapikowicz@mcsnet.ca W: northerncreefishing.com Cable Bay on south end of Cree Lake, 270km NE of Fort McMurray, AB via air. 192km N of Buffalo Narrows. 3300 foot airstrip at camp. Open Jun and Sep v Outfitter for Northern district fishing and bear hunting. ATV and hiking trails close by. Enjoy home cooked meals, and

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CUP LAKE

CUP LAKE

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Cup Lake Adventures

CUT KNIFE

Map C8

www.2sk.ca/11553 28 Coupland Cres, Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1A7 P: (306) 236-4675 E: cuplake@sasktel.net W: www.fishingbug.com/cuplake/ Cup Lake, 112 air km NE of Buffalo Narrows. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Cup Lake is situated in the Precambrian Shield with rock outcroppings, sandy beaches and a beautiful waterfall. The cabin is the only one on the lake and equipped for light housekeeping. Excellent walleye, trout and northern pike fishing. Capacity: 8 persons. 1 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: upon request. LHK package includes cabin, boat/ motor/gas, return airfare to Buffalo Narrows. Prices do not include taxes.

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Northern Lights Lodge

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/11554 Box 30056, RPO 32, Saskatoon, SK S7L 7M6 P: (306) 384-5007 or (780) 669-2704 (May - Sep) E: info@northernlightslodge.ca W: www.northernlightslodge.ca Km 222 on the Hanson Lake Road (Hwy 106), SE arm of Deschambault Lake. Open 16-May to 15-Sep v Comfortable wilderness fishing at one of Canada’s first fully modern wheelchair accessible fishing lodges. Excellent fishing for northern pike, walleye and perch. Boat rentals available on Deschambault and Limestone Lakes. Capacity: 42 persons. 7 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. Campsites: 10 N/Elec. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing.

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Big Sky Outfitting

DESCHAMBAULT LAKE

Map C4

www.2sk.ca/14570 Box 87, Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0 P: (306) 398-2910 TF: 1(888) 248-9711 (Canada/US) E: info@wheelerriver.com W: www.wheelerriverlodge.com Cut Knife area for geese and duck hunts, North Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers for bear hunts. Open 1-Apr to 1-Nov v Large migratory bird population with low hunting pressure ensures quality hunts. Rural hospitality and personalized service make the difference for our hunters. Bear hunting packages and spring snow goose hunts also available. Capacity: 6 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Guest house(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: upon request. Packages include all transportation during the hunt, guiding, equipment, meals, accommodations and a dinner/social evening at our farm to welcome you. Customized packages available. Licence extra. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Deschambault Lake Resort

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/11633 Box 28, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (306) 632-2166 W: www.deschambaultlakeresort.com Ballantyne Bay on Deschambault Lake. Km 209 on the Hanson Lake Road, Hwy 106. 290km NE of Prince Albert. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v Located at the entrance to scenic Precambrian Shield country, this resort features lakefront cabins in a green forested setting, and convenient highway access. Enjoy fishing, hunting, ice fishing and snowmobiling. Bear hunts available. Generator on site. Capacity: 72 persons. 12 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. Campsites: 16 Elec/Wtr. $$: upon request. Rates are in CDN funds. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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Twin Bay Resort Ltd

Map D6

facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. Campsites: 14 N/Elec. $$: upon request. All-inclusive packages feature delicious home cooked meals, cabin and boat/motor. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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www.2sk.ca/11634 General Delivery, Deschambault Lake, SK S0P 0C0 P: (306) 632-4767 E: knseib@sasktel.net 280km NE of Prince Albert via the Hanson Lake Road and Hwy 911, on Deschambault Lake. Turn N on Hwy 911 at the village of Deschambault Lake sign, then travel approximately 25km to Twin Bay Resort. Outpost: Sadler Lake. v Owner-operated offering excellent hospitality and personalized service. Modern lakefront light housekeeping cabins and cafe serving home cooked meals and open year-round. Relax and enjoy fishing and hunting in northern Saskatchewan. Catch & release fishing encouraged. Capacity: 20 persons. 3 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Packages are customized to suit clients needs. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Ice fishing.

Between the Rivers Adventures

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/17039 Box 173, Dorintosh, SK S0M 0T0 P: (306) 236-3174 or (306) 236-3572 E: btr.adv@sasktel.net 8km NW of Dorintosh, bordering Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Access via Hwy 4, turn left 3.3km N of Dorintosh, turn right at 3.3km, then travel 2.5km to road end. v Licensed outfitter offers guided hunts for upland and migratory birds. Full American Plan or light housekeeping packages available. Capacity: 12 persons. 4 units - Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Canoe rental.

rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Pine Grove Resort East Trout Lake

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/11559 Box 364, Christopher Lake, SK S0J 0N0 P: (306) 426-2144 (May - Sep) or (306) 961-2761 W: webnphone.com/business-listing/pine-groveresort-306-426-2144-christopher-lake-sk 72km N of Candle Lake via Hwys 120, 913 and 927. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v Quiet, relaxing area sheltered by beautiful pine, birch, aspen and spruce forest. Excellent lake trout, northern pike and walleye fishing. Light housekeeping cabins with decks, heat, cold running water, fridge, stove, dishes and cooking utensils. Public shower. Campsites. Play area. Capacity: 36 persons. 6 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. Campsites: 5 Elec. $$: Cabins $75 D, $10 each additional person. Rates subject to change. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Errington Lake Lodge

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Michel Lodge

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/11561 Box 760, Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y6 P: (306) 832-4413 TF: 1(800) 290-4487 (Canada/US) E: michel.lodge@sasktel.net W: www.fishingbug.com/michellodge Michel Point on Dore Lake, access via Hwy 924. Airstrip within 16km. v Beachfront cabins and lodge nestled on scenic peninsula. Excellent northern pike and walleye fishing. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, campfire evenings, birdwatching, ATVing and hiking. Special group catering. Adjacent campground. Capacity: 32 persons. 8 units - Central dining

www.2sk.ca/11558 RR2, Site 201, Box 129, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 P: (306) 426-2080 or (306) 283-4224 (winter) TF: 1(888) 777-7453 (Canada/US) E: bdblackmon@hotmail.com W: www.katchekamp.com East Trout Lake. Nipekamew area, off Hwys 120 and 913 on gravel road. Open 15-May to 15-Sep v Katche Kamp is set on high ground overlooking the narrows, and has a natural harbour amid birch, pine, spruce and aspen forest. Direct access to two large lakes for northern pike, lake trout and walleye. Steepbank Wilderness and numerous lakes for exotic fish within 20 minutes. Capacity: 32 persons. 6 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). Campsites: 4 Elec, 8 N/Elec. $$: Full American Plan (US funds) $160/day. Cabins: $35/person/night. Camping: Lakeside $12.50/person/night, Forestside: $7.50/person/night. Minimum of 2 adults; children 6-15 years 1/2 price. Boat/motor $85/day, $55 1/2 day (gas extra). Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor

www.2sk.ca/22742 Box 2364, Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0 P: (306) 460-9676 E: errington@sasktel.net W: www.erringtonlakelodge.com Errington Lake, 48km S of Flin Flon, MB via float plane. v Enjoy excellent fishing for northern pike and lake trout. Fly-in wilderness camp with private, fully furnished, waterfront cabin. Ice fishing in winter. New Lund 16 ft boat with 25 hp motor plus two 14 ft boats with 15 hp motors. Capacity: 6 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s). $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Ice fishing.

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EULAS LAKE

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Foster River Camps Eulas Lake

FOSTER LAKES/MIDDLE

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www.2sk.ca/11736 Box 35, Davin, SK S0G 1B0 P: (306) 761-0707 E: bonnie@fosterrivercamps.com W: www.fosterrivercamps.com Eulas Lake on Foster River, approximately 104km NW of La Ronge. Fly-in from Missinipe via Osprey Wings. Open 1-Jun to 1-Oct v The only camp on Eulas Lake. Located on an island at the N end of the lake. Sandy beach. Cabin accommodations. 12 ft and 14 ft boats. Excellent walleye and northern pike fishing. Satellite phone at camp. Capacity: 8 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. LHK package includes cabin, round trip airfare from Missinipe, boat/motor/gas. Special family rates Jul and Aug. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Foster Lake Lodge

GOODSOIL

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www.2sk.ca/11702 Box 820, Wakaw, SK S0K 4P0 P: (306) 233-5489 TF: 1(888) 233-5489 (Canada/US) E: fosterlakelodge@sasktel.net W: www.fosterlakelodge.com 160km N of La Ronge near historic Grand Rapids which joins Lower and Middle Foster Lakes. Outpost: Big Sandy Lake. Open 1-Jul to 30-Sep v Exclusive fly-in fishing lodge welcoming only ten guests at a time. Total American plan with two guests per suite, fine dining in new lodge with eco-friendly facilities, solar powered. Fly-outs for Arctic grayling and walleye, or for an out-camp experience. Family owned and operated for over 30 years. Capacity: 10 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Guest house(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan includes return airfare from La Ronge, accommodation, all meals and refreshments, guide, boat/motor/gas. Fly-out $800/person (minimum 4 guests per trip) Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Weber Outfitting

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/23828 Box 225, Goodsoil, SK S0M 1A0 P: (306) 238-7624 or (306) 238-4993 E: weberoutfitting@littleloon.ca W: www.weberoutfitting.com Open 1-Nov to 30-Nov v Fantastic hunting opportunities abound in an area known for its big bodied, large racked deer. With 48,000 acres of forest fringe and farm land areas, we have guided many successful hunts. Capacity: 9 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: $4500/person for 5 1/2 day hunt.

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Bait Masters Bear Hunting Camps Ltd

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Beaver Lodge Fly-Inn Co Ltd

Map B8 GEORGE LAKE

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www.2sk.ca/15695 Box 298, Spalding, SK S0K 4C0 P: (306) 874-5661 or (403) 770-3046 (summer) TF: 1(866) 413-5946 (Canada/US) E: beaverlodge@bogend.ca W: www.beaverlodgeflyin.com Base camp 155km N of La Ronge on Lower Foster Lake. GPS: 56.3059N, -105.2403W. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v Lodge and cabins set in beautiful bay, surrounded by pine, aspen and birch. Sand beach, clear fresh water, rapids. Main lodge built by Jacques Cousteau and team for use while filming a documentary on beavers of northern Saskatchewan. Memorabilia of the work preserved. Capacity: 20 persons. 4 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan includes return airfare from Missinipe, cabin, bedding and towels, home cooked meals, 16 ft Lund boat, Honda motors and newly purchased 15 hp 4 stroke electric start Tohatsu motors, gas, fish handling and pontoon boat. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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George Lake Camp Outfitting

Map C8

www.2sk.ca/16516 32981 Two Creek Lane, Charlo, MT 59824 P: (406) 644-2297 E: twocreek@blackfoot.net W: www.georgelake.com 130 air km NW of La Ronge, on George Lake. Open 1-Jun to 15-Sep v The only camp on the lake, accessed by float plane from La Ronge. Experience excellent fishing for lake trout, northern pike and walleye, and black bear hunting. Onsite attendant. Dining lodge and cabin accommodation. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Full American Plan packages. Boat/motor/gas and bedding supplied. Bring your own tackle and personal items. Onsite Services: Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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www.2sk.ca/11608 Box 99, Green Lake, SK S0M 1B0 P: (306) 832-2084 E: baitmaster@sasktel.net W: www.baitmaster.net E side of Green Lake, 1.6km S of the village off Hwy 55. Outposts: Cowan Lake, Hillyer Lake. Open 12-May to 30-Nov v Fully guided spring bear hunts, white-tailed deer hunts, and fall combination hunts (ie. bear and birds). All hunting done from tree stands over active baits. Migratory bird and upland game bird hunts include all decoys and blinds. Full American Plan or lodging only is also available during the off-season and winter months. Capacity: 18 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. American Plan available. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Stevens Bucks and Bears Outfitting Ltd

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boat/motor. Air charter from Saskatoon to Points North at Wollaston Lake, then float plane to our lodge supplied. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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www.2sk.ca/23684 Box 29, Thorhild, AB T0A 3J0 P: (780) 656-8050 E: stevensbucksandbears@gmail.com W: www.stevensbucksandbears.com Green Lake. Open 20-Oct to 13-Dec v Black bear and white-tailed deer guided hunting trips to Green Lake. ATV access to brush/bush hunting areas. Expert guides work diligently towards ensuring outstanding trophies for clients. Relaxing lodge with three beds per room, private bath, full kitchen, laundry, pool table, and bar. Capacity: 30 persons. 8 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s). $$: upon request.

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Hasbala Lake Lodge

Map B11

Hatchet Lake Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/11701 Saskatoon Airport Hangar 5, Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X4 P: (306) 664-2488 or (306) 633-2132 (Jun - Aug) TF: 1(800) 661-9183 (Canada/US) E: hll@sasktel.net W: www.hatchetlake.com Fly-in camp on island in Hatchet Lake. 128km S of the Northwest Territories. Open 11-Jun to 14-Aug v Fully modern camp in Precambrian setting. Four sand beaches on island. Private cabins, experienced guides, fishing for northern pike, trout, Arctic grayling and walleye. 6000 ft private airstrip 3.2km from camp. Satellite internet. Capacity: 60 persons. 25 units Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan fishing packages. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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www.2sk.ca/11503 3131 W Avion Way, Laveen, AZ 85339 P: (602) 908-1532 or (303) 857-2079 TF: 1(855) 426-9366 (US only) E: ron@hasbalalake.com W: www.hasbalalake.com Hasbala Lake, exactly where the Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Nunavut borders meet on the 60th parallel, 225 air km N of Wollaston Lake. Open 15-Jun to 15-Aug v Wonderful catch and release fishing for northern pike, lake trout and Arctic grayling. One of Saskatchewan’s most remote trophy fly-in fishing lodges. Excellent facilities, guides, equipment, home cooked meals. Beautiful sub-arctic wilderness. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan (US funds) includes meals, lodging, bedding, fishing licence, guides,

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Hawkrock Wilderness Adventures

Pacific Wings Prairie Outfitters

www.2sk.ca/21691 76708 North Yakima River Dr. West Richland, WA 99353 P: (509) 967-2303 E: pacificwings@hotmail.com W: www.pacific-wings.net Herschel and Swift Current areas. Open 9-Sep to 31-Oct v Saskatchewan waterfowl hunting outfitter for snow geese, Canada geese, specklebelly geese (white-fronted geese), sandhill crane, ducks and upland birds. Capacity: 15 persons. 10 units - Guest house(s), Private bathroom. $$: 3 day/5 hunts Full American Plan $2100 includes lodging, meals and bird cleaning.

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Miskat Lake Outfitters (1997) Map D6

www.2sk.ca/14328 Box 542, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (306) 362-2357 or (780) 381-4373 E: miskatlakeoutfitters@sasktel.net W: perkshe.sasktelwebsite.net Hobbs Lake, 67 air km W of Creighton. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v Family-owned, remote northern wilderness cabin accessible only by air. Secluded and well-equipped, camp caters to one group at a time. Guests enjoy exclusive use of two crystal clear northern lakes. Low fishing pressures makes for excellent northern pike and walleye fishing. Capacity: 6 persons. 1 units Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Includes airfare, accommodation and boat/ motor/gas. Bring own bedding, tackle and food.

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www.2sk.ca/11654 Box 306, Porcupine Plain, SK S0E 1H0 P: (306) 278-3351 or (306) 278-7159 E: info@hawkrockwilderness.com W: www.hawkrockwilderness.com Fly-in lodge E of Black Lake, just 100km S of Northwest Territories border. Hunting camps near Greenwater Lake and Mistatim. Outpost: Porcupine Plain. v Hawkrock has a trip for you whatever your outdoor interests. Trophy hunts (bow or rifle) for bear, white-tailed deer, moose, elk and waterfowl. World-class trophy fishing. Fly-in for northern pike, lake trout, Arctic grayling and walleye. Lakers 40 lbs plus, pike 50 inches plus. Daily fly-outs available. Capacity: 16 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan packages. Onsite Services:

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HOLT LAKE

HOLT LAKE

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Holt Lake Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/14009 1060 Winnipeg St, Regina, SK S4R 8P8 P: (306) 566-4511 E: kim@holtlakelodge.com W: www.holtlakelodge.com N end of scenic Holt Lake, 112km NE of Buffalo Narrows. Open 18-May to 30-Sep v Lodge overlooks forested lakeland. Electricity, propane, fridge, freezer, large deck and sandy beach. Secluded bays offer northern pike and lake trout fishing. Trophy pike and walleye at Flinthead, Verdette and Tomsett Lakes; lake trout and pike at Holt, Twist and Peak Lakes. Black bear hunts. Capacity: 18 persons. 3 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Bear Country Outfitters

www.2sk.ca/11456 Box 1265, Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0 P: (306) 865-3069 or (306) 865-7694 E: info@overflowoutfitters.com W: www.overflowoutfitters.com 16km E of Hudson Bay at Erwood. Open 15-May to 20-Dec v Excellent deer hunting on 15,000 acres of privately owned land and a half million acres of provincial land. Bird and big game hunts. Heated shop for skinning game. Fully modern lodge with showers, electricity, and satellite TV. Good home cooked meals. Capacity: 14 persons. 7 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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www.2sk.ca/23743 P: (306) 541-3897 or (306) 543-2980 E: bearcntryoutfitters@myaccess.ca W: www.bearcountryoutfitters.ca Remotely located 80km N of Hudson Bay on Hwy 9. In the midst of the Pasquia Hills and near Wildcat Hill Provincial Wilderness Park. GPS: 53.3033N, -102.0453W. v Experience some of the best trophy black bear hunting in the province. Bear Country Outftitters is family-owned and operated and specializes in spring and fall bear hunts in over 250,000 acres of prime hunting territory. Active baits ensured. Accommodation in main lodge, wall tents or motel. It’s BEARADISE! Capacity: 8 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Package includes transportation during hunt, guide service, meals and accommodation. See website for details.

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HUNTER LAKE

HUDSON BAY

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Overflow River Outfitters

Elusive Saskatchewan Whitetail Outfitter

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/11567 RR 1, Richard, SK S0M 2P0 P: (306) 246-4788 E: eswoutfitter@yahoo.com W: saskatchewanoutfitter.com Meadow Lake area. Outpost: Neeb. Open 15-Oct to 5-Dec v Excellent white-tailed deer habitat with the highest deer density the provincial forest has to offer. 170 plus deer taken yearly. Trophy deer as large as 199 3/8 typical 8x8. Accommodations are clean, comfortable and warm. Client return rate is high so booking is essential. Capacity: 6 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan (US funds). Credit card payment through PayPal.

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Iskwatikan Lake Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11699 Box 809, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-7014 E: iskwatikanlakelodge@hotmail.com W: www.iskwatikanlake.com 65 air km NE of La Ronge. Open 23-May to 1-Oct v Crystal clear, fresh water. Wellprotected bays and channels provide great fishing in all weather conditions, plus the natural “hat trick” (walleye, northern pike and lake trout) all in the same water. Float plane based at camp. The only camp on the lake. Fully modern cabins. Capacity: 16 persons. 6 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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F.A.T.S. Camp 2005 Ltd

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/16019 Box 400, Choiceland, SK S0J 0M0 P: (306) 632-4400 or (306) 428-2182 TF: 1(866) 526-5253 (Canada/US) E: kimeda.wil@sasktel.net W: www.fatscampjanlake.com 6.4km N of Hwy 106 on Hwy 135, then W on Jan Lake access. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v Camp situated in scenic Precambrian Shield forest. Many bays and islands on lake offer northern pike and walleye fishing. G3 sport fishing boat and 21 ft pontoon fishing boat available. Modern log cabins, semi-modern frame cabins and motel units. Hiking trails. Capacity: 90 persons. 15 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. Campsites: 8 Elec/Wtr, 2 Full hook-up. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Jan Lake Lodge

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/11629 905B - 9th St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0M9 P: (306) 955-5600 or (306) 632-4416 (May to Sep) E: janlakelodge@sasktel.net W: www.janlakelodge.com 11km N of junction of Hwys 106 and 135. Airstrip within 10km. Open 16-May to 4-Oct v Excellent walleye and northern pike fishing on a Precambrian Shield lake. All lakefront cabins with covered decks, microwave, gas barbecue, daily towel service. Sandy beach, unsupervised playground, nature trail, paddle boats, guest laundromat and coffee shop. Capacity: 130 persons. 21 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. Campsites: 12 Elec/Wtr, 2 Full hook-up. $$: Boat/motor $165/day. Summer special Jul 7 to Sep 7, $300/group of 4 or less; includes cabin, boat/motor. Harvest special Sep 8 to Oct 3, $265/day/group of 4 or less. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service.

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LAROCQUE LAKE

JAN LAKE

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Three Lakes Camp

LAC LA RONGE

Map D6

www.2sk.ca/12825 Box 550, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (306) 632-4500 E: info@threelakescamp.com W: www.threelakescamp.com Located on Jan Lake, 70km W of Creighton on Hwy 106. 7km N on Hwy 135, and 4km W on Jan Lake access road. Pick-up available at grass/gravel airstrip 10km from camp. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v Experience world-class walleye and northern pike fishing on Jan Lake. Spectacular scenery, incredible tranquility. Explore over 113km of water from your doorstep. Modern LHK cabins and motel units in a rustic setting. Let us be your cabin at the lake! Capacity: 70 persons. 13 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Cornhusker Fishing Camp

LAKE DIEFENBAKER

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11510 44977 Weissert Rd, Weissert, NE 68814 P: (308) 872-2791 E: mpeterson@gpcom.net W: www.cornhuskerfishing.com Hunter Bay. Fly-in or boat-in from La Ronge. Open 20-May to 27-Aug v Sheltered location minutes away from great fishing. Fish Hunter Bay or other nearby hot spots. Wireless internet access. Capacity: 40 persons. 9 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: upon request. Full American Plan (US funds) includes accommodation, meals, boat/motor/gas, filleting and freezing and round trip transportation from La Ronge. LHK packages also available. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Pipe Stone Guiding

Map E4

www.2sk.ca/11658 Box 1735, Melfort, SK S0E 1A0 P: (306) 921-7649 or (306) 327-5786 E: pipestone.placsko@sasktel.net W: www.pipestoneguiding.com 14km NE of Kelvington. Hunting area includes the Porcupine Provincial Forest up to Greenwater Lake Provincial Park and the forest fringe area. Open 20-Sep to 7-Dec v Hunting camp features modern accommodations in remodelled farm home with four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Home cooked meals. Six day all-inclusive white-tailed deer hunts, three to six day bird hunts. Fishing nearby. Capacity: 6 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Can accommodate groups of 6 hunters. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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High Plains Adventure

Map E2

www.2sk.ca/21310 11800 Buffalo Speedway c/o High Plains Adventure, Missoula, MT 59801 P: (406) 240-4078 E: highplainsadv@gmail.com Based at Resort Village of Beaver Flat on Lake Diefenbaker. 55km NE of Swift Current or 20km NE of Stewart Valley. Open 24-Jun to 31-Aug v Specializing in walleye fishing, High Plains Adventure offers all-inclusive, fully guided fishing trips from late Jun through Aug. Fish-on-your-own options also available. Capacity: 13 persons. 1 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Pickerel Bay Cabins Ltd

Map D7

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www.2sk.ca/15848 443 East Main St, Lovell, WY 82431 P: (306) 425-7333 or (307) 548-7753 E: fish@pickerelbaycabins.com W: www.pickerelbaycabins.com Pickerel Bay, on Lac La Ronge within Lac La Ronge Provincial Park. 64km E of La Ronge by boat (one hour, 15 minutes), or 20 minutes by float plane. Day use lakes: Ellis Lake, Powdrill Lake. Open 15-May to 1-Sep v The only camp inside the “aquarium of walleye� - Pickerel Bay on Lac La Ronge. Adjacent to Hunter Bay for excellent trout and northern pike fishing. Cozy rustic log cabins for rent by the day or week. Cook in your cabin or dine in licensed main lodge. Bring your boat or rent on site. Capacity: 60 persons. 12 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Fishing packages include lodging, boat rental, fish cleaning/freezing, and return transportation from La Ronge to Pickerel Bay. Per night cabin rental rates for guests with their own boat. Day use lakes open to guests all season. Onsite Services: Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Norland Creek Outfitters

Map E1

www.2sk.ca/12380 Box 24, Lang, SK S0G 2W0 P: (306) 464-2116 or (306) 436-7405 E: norlandcreek@sasktel.net W: www.norlandcreek.ca 224 - 1st St, Lang. Open 15-Sep to 1-Nov v Goose and duck hunting in the morning, duck and upland game bird hunts in the afternoon, upon request. All equipment and decoys supplied. Capacity: 7 persons. 4 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Larocque Lake Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/16543 RR 4, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R2 P: (306) 929-2234 E: skflyinfishing@hotmail.com W: Skflyinfishing.com 30 air km N of Missinipe (Otter Lake). Open 15-May to 15-Oct v A camp for your group exclusively. Quiet atmosphere and natural beauty present unique opportunities for artists and photographers. Fish for walleye, lake trout, northern pike; view historic rock paintings. Light housekeeping facilities, electricity, fridge, freezer, shower, barbecue, deck. Capacity: 16 persons. 2 units - Guest room(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Package includes lodging, LHK facilities, boat/motor/gas, freezing and return airfare from Missinipe. American Plan upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

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LAST MOUNTAIN LAKE

LAST MOUNTAIN LAKE

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G & S Marina Outfitters

LLOYD LAKE

Map E3

www.2sk.ca/11485 Box 310, Strasbourg, SK S0G 4V0 P: (306) 725-4466 E: fish@gsmarina.com W: www.gsmarina.com Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park. 88km NW of Regina on E shore of Last Mountain Lake. Open 16-May to 26-Oct v Camping cabins overlooking Last Mountain Lake’s 225km of shoreline. Fantastic opportunity for trophy walleye, northern pike, perch and carp fishing. This area also offers excellent fall bird hunting; on major flight paths for migratory birds. Capacity: 72 persons. 12 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Full meal, accommodation and guided hunting and fishing packages available. Game Bird Full American Plan $1750. Onsite Services: Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Regina Beach Vacations & Outfitters

Map E2

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Lloyd Lake Lodge

MAKWA

Map A6

www.2sk.ca/23408 Box 190, Two Hills, AB T0B 4K0 P: (780) 235-6301 E: lloydlakelodge@gmail.com W: www.lloydlakelodge.com W side of Lloyd Lake. 1350m private airstrip. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v The accommodations, food and overall experience at Lloyd Lake Lodge matches the incredible fishing and hunting to be had in this special place. Cabins are bright and fresh; dock, boats and equipment are new; and the fishing is unreal! Hook into walleye, northern pike, lake trout and Arctic grayling. Capacity: 20 persons. Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Makwa River Outfitters Ltd

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/22910 Box 89, Makwa, SK S0M 1N0 P: (306) 236-4649 or (306) 236-7444 TF: 1(866) 236-3056 (Canada/US) E: k.dopko@sasktel.net W: www.makwariveroutfitters.com 1.6km E of Makwa on Hwy 304, then 3.2km N on grid road. v White-tailed deer and black bear hunting at its best - archery, muzzleloader, rifle. Fully guided service. Accommodation in a luxury five bedroom log cabin with two baths and third bath just steps away, fireplace and big screen TV. Home cooked meals are great! See website for more information. Capacity: 11 persons. 1 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Mawdsley Lake Fishing Lodge Inc

Map A8

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73 www.2sk.ca/16804 Box 351, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0 P: (306) 729-2964 E: rboutfitters@sasktel.net 230 - 3rd St E, Regina Beach. Located only 30 minutes NW of Regina on Last Mountain Lake. v Fantastic trophy fishing for walleye, northern pike, perch, carp and burbot. Premium accommodation with satellite TV, and a large yard with many amenities. Fish comfortably in a new 2075 Lund Pro V. Access to Dieifenbaker Lake day camp for rainbow trout fishing. Capacity: 8 persons. 4 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Accommodation, meals and guided fishing packages (open water or ice fishing). Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Ron Waugh Outfitting

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/11530 Box 361, Loon Lake, SK S0M 1L0 P: (306) 837-2295 or (306) 837-7570 E: rwsquawcreek@sasktel.net Village of Loon Lake. Outpost: Beauval. Open 15-Apr to 15-Dec v In-house accommodation. Outfitting for spring/fall black bear and fall white-tailed deer seasons. Duck, geese and upland game bird hunts. Fishing rights on several lakes. Pontoon boat, fishing boat and paddle boat rentals. Rustic RV Park coming soon. Capacity: 10 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. All-inclusive hunting packages and special airfares available. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Shore lunch.

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www.2sk.ca/11698 4010 - 20 Ave S, Lethbridge, AB T1K 4X9 P: (403) 394-9726 or (403) 394-0888 E: 2coulter@telus.net W: www.mawdsleylakefishinglodge.com Drive-in access via Hwy 914 N of Pinehouse Lake, then boat-in at km 159. Outpost: Tadei Lake. Open 28-May to 4-Jul v Fishing camp in a picturesque setting with a sandy beach at the lodge. Many small lakes surround the camp. Fish species include northern pike, lake trout and Arctic grayling. Delicious home cooked meals. Day use lakes: Haresign and Hobson. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Bunkhouse, Guest room(s), Guest house(s), Shared bathroom. $$: $175/person/day includes boat-in transportation, meals, bunks and boat/motor/gas (2 clients/boat). Supply own sleeping bag and personal items. Rates subject to change. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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MEADOW LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK/LAC DES ILES

MCINTOSH LAKE

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Sportsman’s Lodge

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11697 Box 22157, Steinbach, MB R5G 1B6 P: (204) 346-0434 or (778) 373-6252 (Jun - Sep) TF: 1(800) 668-4558 (US only) E: ruffo@mts.net W: www.bigfishcanada.com S end of McIntosh Lake, on Churchill River chain of lakes. Approximately 80km N of La Ronge. Open 1-Jun to 15-Sep v Enjoy great catch and release fishing. Individual log cabins, modern in every respect, including wall to wall carpet. Cabins will accommodate parties of up to four, six or eight. Capacity: 40 persons. 8 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: American Plan (US funds) $2596/person/3 days/3 nights; $2995/person/4 days/4 nights; $3395/person/5 days/5 nights. Prices include float plane from La Ronge. Rates subject to change. Onsite Services: Shore lunch.

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Reel North Outfitters Inc.

Map D7

holiday. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s). $$: Full American Plan (Cdn funds) $750/3 days/3 nights, $850/4 days, $1400/week. Includes flight from Missinipe, home cooked meals, accommodations and boat/motor/gas. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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www.2sk.ca/18087 RR 5, Site 26, Box 2, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R3 P: (306) 922-7728 or (403) 254-9339 TF: 1(866) 317-2981 (May - Sep) E: bcj3@sasktel.net W: www.reelnorthoutfitters.com Hwy 2 N of Prince Albert to Missinipe (88km N of La Ronge). Fly from Missinipe to McTavish Lake. Camp is located on an island on S end of lake. Open 17-May to 30-Sep v Lake trout and northern pike in abundance, walleye in nearby river area. Three newly renovated cabins provide a comfortable stay and delicious home cooked meals are served in the main lodge. Please come and join us for a wonderful fishing

Northern Cross Resort Ltd

Map C6

W: www.saskatchewan.com Lac des Iles in Meadow Lake Provincial Park. 0.5km N of Goodsoil and 13km W, access from Hwys 26 and 55. Airstrip within 13km. 3.5 hours from Edmonton, AB or Saskatoon. Open 15-May to 1-Sep v Resort offers cabins and campground set in tall pine trees. Shower facility, wood barbecues and picnic tables. Enjoy fishing, hiking or berry picking. Free high speed Wi-Fi throughout resort. Fall non-resident black bear and white-tailed deer hunting packages. Capacity: 80 persons. 19 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: Extended stay discounts. Cabins $79 - $189. Camping $18 - $30. Term campsites available. Boats with 15 hp or 40 hp motors $100 - $180/day. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Boat/motor rental.

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M I L TO N L A K E

MILTON LAKE

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Milton Lake Lodge

MIROND LAKE

Map B11

www.2sk.ca/23175 #250, 50509 Range Road 221, Leduc County, AB T0B 3M2 P: (780) 941-3808 TF: 1(855) 347-4244 (Canada/US) E: info@miltonlakelodge.com W: www.miltonlakelodge.com Milton Lake is 44km S of the NWT border and 130km NE of Stony Rapids. Walker Lake is 11km S of Milton Lake and Misekumaw Lake is 100km NE of Points North Landing. Outposts: Walker Lake, Misekumaw Lake. Open 12-Jun to 2-Sep v Trophy fishing for northern pike, lake trout and Arctic grayling on all three lakes. All locations are fly-in only and the only camp on the lake. Milton Lake Lodge is an all-inclusive luxury lodge with 16 private rooms. Walker Lake offers light housekeeping and meals for four to six guests, and Misekumaw Lake is a self sufficient camp for up to 11 guests. Capacity: 33 persons. 20 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Milton Lake all inclusive package $4195/4 days, Walker Lake LHK Plan $2795/4 days, Misekumaw Lake Outpost $1895/4 days. Prices include airfare from Saskatoon. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Silence of the North

OLIVER LAKE

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/14648 Box 730, Creighton, SK S0P 0A0 P: (306) 632-4655 E: sotn@mail.com W: www.silenceofthenorth.ca 23km N on Hwy 135. Off Hanson Lake Road on a beautiful hidden bay on Mirond Lake. One hour to Flin Flon, MB. Outposts: Corneille Lake, Parenteau Lake. Open 1-Apr to 31-Oct v Excellent black bear hunting, and walleye, northern pike, and lake trout fishing. Catch and release encouraged. Ice fishing options. Unique light housekeeping log cabins on lakefront. Meals available with advance notice. A paradise for artists, photographers and birdwatchers. Capacity: 60 persons. 10 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. Campsites: 6 Elec/Wtr, 1 Full hook-up. $$: All rates are based on 4 persons. Regular season: cabin $160/day; cabin/boat/motor $232/day. $28/additional person. Aug special: $200/day includes cabin/boat/motor/gas. Minimum 5 day stay required. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Nagle Lake Outfitters

Map D8

www.2sk.ca/16557 RR 4, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R2 P: (306) 929-2234 E: skflyinfishing@hotmail.com W: Skflyinfishing.com 69 air km NW of Missinipe (Otter Lake). Open 15-May to 15-Oct v Scenic Nagle Lake awaits your group exclusively. Loons, bald and golden eagles abound in this birdwatcher’s and photographer’s paradise. Great northern pike, lake trout fishing; moose hunting. Light housekeeping facilities, fridge, freezer, electricity, shower, barbecue, deck. Capacity: 16 persons. 4 units - Guest room(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: upon request. Package includes lodging, kitchen facilities, boat/motor/gas, freezing, and return airfare from Missinipe. American Plan upon request, 10 day moose hunting package. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Oliver Lake Wilderness Lodge Map B8

www.2sk.ca/15984 Box 23089 South Hill PO, Prince Albert, SK S6V 8A7 P: (306) 763-1045 E: bigones@oliverlake.com W: www.oliverlake.com McKay Island on Oliver Lake, W of Reindeer Lake. Access to Horvath, Nokomis, West and Ghana Lakes. Outposts: Horvath Lake. Open 1-Jun to 1Oct v Large lakes with many bays and islands. The only lodge on the Oliver Lake system. Spring bear and fall moose hunts. Trophy fishing for northern pike, lake trout, walleye and Arctic grayling. Wilderness canoe and camping trips. Canoes, shuffleboard for guests’ use. Capacity: 24 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. LHK or Full American Plan packages available for fishing and hunting. Boat-in option available. 3, 4, or 7 day packages. Custom or corporate packages also available. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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ONEMAN LAKE

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Grey Owl Camp Fly-In Ltd

Map B8

facilities, and fly-outs for anglers. Excellent walleye, northern pike and perch fishing. Bear and moose hunts. Jet boat tours up the Churchill River. Pontoon and fishing boat rental. Capacity: 169 persons. 37 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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85 www.2sk.ca/14676 720 Hamilton Dr, Swift Current, SK S9H 0S3 P: (306) 671-7058 or (306) 297-7144 E: roymont@sasktel.net W: www.greyowlcamp.com Situated on an island in Oneman Lake, 103km N of Missinipe; fly-in from Missinipe. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v New owners in 2013. Remote wilderness location caters to one group at a time. Excellent lake trout and northern pike fishing among islands, bays and points. Lund boats, swivel seats, Mercury motors, guides available. All trophy-size fish released. Day trips to Asiski Lake. Satellite telephone at camp. Capacity: 10 persons. 3 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: 5 day/ 5 night LHK fishing plan (includes return flight from Missinipe) $1200/person. Groups of 4 persons or less - $1400/person. Deposit of $600/person required upon booking. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

Highland Outfitters

Map E3

www.2sk.ca/10706 Box 1196, Outlook, SK S0L 2N0 P: (306) 867-9689 or (306) 867-3194 TF: 1(866) 453-9270 (Canada/US) E: hunts@highlandoutfitters.com W: www.highlandoutfitters.com Located on the South Saskatchewan River in the heart of the Central Flyway. Abundant birds with very limited hunting pressure. Deer and bear hunts in the forest fringe near Hudson Bay. v Fully guided waterfowl, upland and white-tailed deer hunting packages. Airport pickup in Saskatoon, lodge accommodations, meals, game processing, and transportation during the hunt. Capacity: 14 persons. Central dining facility, Bunkhouse, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Paull River Wilderness Camp

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11694 Box 100, Holbein, SK S0J 1G0 P: (306) 747-2862 or (778) 373-6300 E: paullriver@sasktel.net W: www.paullriver.com 112 air km N of La Ronge on the Paull River. Just S of Stewart Rapids. Outpost: Lewis Lake. Open 24-May to 15-Oct v Camp in beautiful birch setting. Three log cabins, central shower house with separate washroom facilities for each cabin. Excellent walleye, northern pike and lake trout fishing. Black bear and moose hunts. Hiking trails in area. Capacity: 10 persons. 3 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Thunderbird Camps

Map D7

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Thompson’s Camps L.P.

86 Map D7

www.2sk.ca/11620 Hangar #11, Hangar Rd, Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X4 P: (306) 635-2144 TF: 1(800) 667-5554 (Canada/US) E: info@adventuredestinations.ca W: www.adventuredestinations.ca Otter Lake, 80km N of La Ronge on Hwy 102. Airstrip within 2km. Outposts: Bill Lake, Daly Lake, Maribelli Lake, Upper Foster Lake, Dead Lake (Nipew). v Fully modern camp on Otter Lake offering resort amenities, conference

Golden Wally Outfitting

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www.2sk.ca/11679 Box 88, Patuanak, SK S0M 2H0 P: (306) 396-2085 or (306) 240-7278 E: gwoutfitter@sasktel.net W: www.fishingbug.com/goldenwally W side of Dipper Lake. v Two cabins located on Dipper Lake overlooking the Churchill River. This peaceful and sheltered setting invites you to get away from it all and enjoy fishing for northern pike and walleye. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Ice fishing.

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www.2sk.ca/11646 Box 39, Pelican Narrows, SK S0P 0E0 P: (306) 632-2020 or (306) 688-7472 E: clking100@hotmail.com Based at Pelican Narrows Air Service, access from Hwy 135. Outposts: Kelly Lake, Pikusikan Lake, Pruden Lake, Ray Lake, Wintego Lake. Open 2-Jun to 30-Sep v Water base for fly-out camps. Spring/fall bear and fall moose hunts available upon request. Sightseeing by aircraft also available. Day fly-out fishing or weekend rates upon request. Cabin(s). $$: Package plans (Cdn funds) $950 - $1200/person. Groceries, bedroll and fishing gear not supplied. Guides extra. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental.

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PHELPS LAKE

PHELPS LAKE

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Wolf Bay Lodge Phelps Lake Camp Inc

PIKE LAKE

91 Map B11

www.2sk.ca/13768 108 Queen St, Flin Flon, MB R8A 0M5 P: (204) 687-0581 TF: 1(866) 220-1346 (Canada/US) E: wolfbay@mts.net W: wolfbaylodge.ca Phelps Lake is approximately 64km S of the Northwest Territories in NE Saskatchewan. Float plane access only. Outpost: Sava Lake. Open 10Jun to 15-Sep v Enjoy excellent “Catch and Release” fishing at Wolf Bay Lodge, the only camp on Phelps Lake. Over 50,000 acres of prime trophy fishing on day use lakes including Anderson, Sava, MacDonald, Nisku and Neufeld Lakes. Enjoy exclusive trophy northern pike and lake trout fishing on private waters. Capacity: 12 persons. 5 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: Rates range from $225/day for LHK plan to $495/day for Full American plan. Airfare additional. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Martineau River Outfitters

Map C6

www.2sk.ca/11612 Box 369, Pierceland, SK S0M 2K0 P: (306) 839-4402 E: mronault@xplornet.ca 8km S and 6.4km E of Pierceland. Outpost: Martineau River. v Excellent hospitality and full course meals. Showers and flush toilets. Two modern outpost camps. Eco-tourism and photography opportunities. Capacity: 12 persons. 8 units Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Freezing service.

Pike Lake Outfitters Ltd

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www.2sk.ca/14454 RR 7, Site 709, Comp 24, Station Main, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N2 P: (306) 931-4994 or (306) 229-0294 TF: 1(866) 931-4994 (Canada/US) E: pikelakeoutfit@sasktel.net W: www.pikelakeoutfitters.com Within 3km of Pike Lake. Open 15-Sep to 1-Dec v Fully modern log home accommodation in scenic area. Game bird hunting area spans six wildlife management zones. Deer and bear hunting in Zones 49, 58 and 59 (Hudson Bay area). Home cooked meals. Airport pick-up available. References upon request. Capacity: 10 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request.

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Kamkota Lodge

Map C7

www.2sk.ca/11560 Box 1340, Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0 P: (306) 865-2795 or (306) 884-2177 (Jun - Oct) E: kamkotalodge@msn.com W: www.kamkotalodge.com 20km N of Pinehouse Lake on the Churchill River. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Hosts Kerry and Kamillia Ukrainetz. Located on the scenic Churchill River with excellent fishing for walleye and northern pike, and remote wilderness area for hunting black bear. Light housekeeping cabins, clean and comfortable. Affordable rates, excellent service. Capacity: 20 persons. 4 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Catch and release encouraged. Full American Plan and LHK packages. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Ice fishing.

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Pipestone Lake Lodge and Outfitters

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Box 7698, Bonnyville, AB T9N 2J1 P: (780) 635-2165 or (780) 812-9280 E: pipestonelodge@xplornet.com W: pipestonelakelodge.ca/ Pipestone Lake, N of Cree Lake. Open 16-May to 30-Sep v Remote fly-in fishing lodge in beautiful northern Saskatchewan. Excellent walleye, northern pike and lake trout fishing. Numerous arms, sheltered bays and islands for protected fishing. Hike to Granbois Lake for amazing northern pike fishing. Fully modern lodging, showers. 16 ft Lund boats/motor/gas supplied. Capacity: 10 persons. 2 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: Upon request. We offer 4, 5 or 6 day packages or we can customize a package plan that works for you. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Pointer Lake Lodge

www.2sk.ca/11692 Box 279, Livelong, SK S0M 1J0 P: (306) 845-3595 or (306) 652-2332 E: christopheranderson@sasktel.net W: www.pointerlakelodge.com Pointer Lake Lodge - ‘The Point of Paradise,’ is located on a sheltered bay 65km E of Otter Lake (Missinipe). Outpost: Wykes Lake. Open 23-May to 1-Sep v Crystal clear water, excellent northern pike and lake trout fishing. Catch and release, barbless hooks. Boats have padded swivel seats, fish finders. Hot tub. Hiking trails, water recreation. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Antonichuk Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/11454 Box 49, Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0 P: (306) 547-4706 E: info@antonichuk-outfitters.ca W: www.antonichuk-outfitters.ca 60km N of Preeceville off Hwy 9, in the Porcupine Provincial Forest. Open 1-Apr to 8-Dec v Excellent trophy white-tailed deer, black bear and waterfowl hunting, and spring snow goose hunts. Full course, home cooked meals. Comfortable, clean, heated accommodations. Capacity: 8 persons. 1 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Six day hunt package includes meals, accommodation, transportation, guide, dressing and skinning of animals. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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REINDEER LAKE

QUILL LAKE

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Duck Creek Outfitters, LLC

RAFFERTY DAM RESERVOIR

Map E4

www.2sk.ca/17747 Box 1923, Sisters, OR 97759 P: (541) 771-4976 E: info@duckcreekoutfitters.com W: www.duckcreekoutfitters.com Base camp located near Kelvington. Open 1-Apr to 8-Dec v Extraordinary hunting is one of the many services that we provide. In order to ensure a hassle free trip we supply maps, guidelines on gun registration, dog papers and hunting licences. Deluxe lodge with private guest rooms and onsite chef. Corporate group rates available. Can also accommodate weddings, family reunions and snowmobilers. Capacity: 12 persons. 11 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan. 4 day/5 night packages based on groups of 4 persons arriving on Sunday afternoon. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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The Rafferty Outfitter

REGINA BEACH

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www.2sk.ca/14308 Box 13, Goodwater, SK S0C 1E0 P: (306) 458-2504 or (306) 458-7332 E: harbourviewbandb@sasktel.net W: www.harbourviewbandb.ca Off Hwy 39, 18km S of Halbrite on Grid 705, or 15km W of Midale on Grid 606. v Guided northern pike, walleye and perch fishing on Rafferty Reservoir. Ice fishing and heated shacks available. Our base camp is Harbour View Bed and Breakfast in Mainprize Regional Park. Wireless high speed internet. Capacity: 13 persons. 5 units - Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Rates are based on two people fishing on the Rafferty Reservoir and staying at Harbour View Bed and Breakfast. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Ice fishing.

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Saskatchewan Outdoors Outfitting

www.2sk.ca/11434 269 Habkirk Dr, Regina, SK S4S 5W1 P: (306) 585-1708 or (306) 539-4465 E: chadmorris@saskatchewanoutdoors.ca W: www.saskatchewanoutdoors.ca Fishing is based on Last Mountain Lake. Hunts are based out of Mainprize Regional Park. Hunting in Zones 15, 17, 18 and 36. v Ever dream of being on an outdoor show? Take home a high quality video production of your experience. Enjoy world-class upland game bird hunting behind field trial tested dogs. All equipment provided. Home cooked meals and ol’ boy hospitality back at camp. World class walleye and northern pike fishing on Last Mountain Lake. Capacity: 6 persons. 3 units Non-smoking rooms available, Guest house(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Check website for rates. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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Arctic Lodges Ltd

Map B8

www.2sk.ca/11693 20 - 2995 2nd Ave W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5V5 P: (306) 758-3020 or (306) 764-1400 TF: 1(888) 353-2432 (Canada/US) E: duane@arcticlodges.com W: www.arcticlodges.com Middle of Reindeer Lake on Dewdney Island. 5,000 ft maintained airstrip within 6km. Radio call Unicom 128.85. Open 9-Jun to 8-Sep v Excellent fishing for lake trout, northern pike, Arctic grayling and walleye. Known for “monster pike.” Excellent fish habitat. With its 5,000 islands and 92 river inlets, Reindeer Lake boasts one of the most extensive shorelines in Saskatchewan. Capacity: 50 persons. 20 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Full American Plan (Cdn funds). Group and corporate rates also available. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Grand Slam Lodge

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Nordic Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/11739 Box 225, Lynn Lake, MB R0B 0W0 P: (204) 356-8648 or (306) 758-3188 (summer) E: floyd@grandslamlodge.com W: www.grandslamlodge.com Near Kinoosao, on Reindeer Lake. Access via Manitoba Hwy 394. Groceries and telephone available within 1km at Kinoosao. v Five light housekeeping log cabins. Central washroom with flush toilets and showers. Excellent fishing ensures a memorable experience. Spring and fall black bear hunting packages. Winter activities include ice fishing and snowmobiling. Capacity: 20 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Includes LHK cabin, propane stove and fridge, dishes, electricity, use of shower facilities. Bring own bedding. All-inclusive package plan available. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Lawrence Bay Lodge & Airways

www.2sk.ca/11613 Box 128, Tolna, ND 58380 P: (701) 262-4560 or (306) 758-2227 (Jun - Oct) E: lblodge@stellarnet.com W: www.lawrencebay.com Lawrence Bay, 56km NE of Southend by water or air on Reindeer Lake. Outposts: Kamatsi Lake, Pagato Lake. Open 1-Jun to 1-Oct v Fully modern camp. Float plane available to visit nearby lakes and day camps. Excellent remote outpost camps. Capacity: 40 persons. 9 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: Full American Plan (US funds) $1595/3 days. Includes accommodation, meals, boat/motor/gas, guides, filleting, freezing and air transportation from Southend. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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www.2sk.ca/11614 Box 510, Humboldt, SK S0K 2A0 P: (306) 758-2066 or (306) 758-2066 E: fishing@reindeerlake.com W: www.reindeerlake.com Sheltered bay at S end of Reindeer Lake. Access from Hwy 102 at km 215 (mile 135). 660m airstrip at camp (MOT approved). Day use lakes: Marchand and Fafard Lakes. Open 25-May to 21-Sep v Modern cabins nestled in beautiful Precambrian Shield forest. Phone, fax, wireless internet. Excellent fishing for lake trout and northern pike, also walleye and Arctic grayling. Features of area: native pictographs, meteorite crater, fur trade route, northern lights (Aug and Sep). Capacity: 30 persons. 5 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: (Cdn funds) Cabin: $55/person/night, minimum $75/night. Boat and motor and up to 50 litres gas: $165/day. Family special Jul and Aug $275/day/2 adults/2 youth 16 years and under.(2012 rates). Onsite Services: Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Reindeer Lake Trout Camp

Map B8

www.2sk.ca/11616 6950 Clearwater Dr, Loveland, CO 80538 P: (970) 222-2546 or (306) 758-2296 (summer) TF: 1(855) 462-5253 (Canada/US) E: reindeerlaketroutcamp@gmail.com W: www.reindeerlake.net On Reindeer Lake, 24km N of Southend. Outposts: Gladman Lake, Harriot Lake, Kyaska Lake. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Nestled among birch and pine trees, our rustic cabins are equipped with showers and toilets. Sandy beach. Great fishing for northern pike, walleye, lake trout and Arctic grayling. Spring and fall bear hunts and fall moose hunts. Capacity: 30 persons. 10 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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SELWYN LAKE

RUSSELL LAKE

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Plaisted Camps

SCOTT LAKE

Map B9

www.2sk.ca/11512 28215 Johnson Lane, Chisago City, MN 55013 P: 1(866) 941-4669 or (605) 645-8893 E: plaistedcamps@gmail.com W: www.plaistedcamps.com Russell Lake. Outpost: Wheeler River. Open 1-Jun to 1-Sep v Full-service fly-in fishing camp with trophy pike fishing. American and light housekeeping plans available. Authentic log cabins with modern shower facilities. Family-style meals and fresh shore lunch. Packaging and vacuum sealing available. Capacity: 8 persons. 4 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: 6 1/2 day guided fishing packages - Full American plan $1995, LHK pkg $1500. Includes breakfast, shore lunch and dinner. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Scott Lake Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/15672 1634 N Stevens St, Rhinelander, WI 54501 P: (715) 362-7031 or (306) 209-7150 TF: 1(888) 830-9525 (US only) E: campoffice@scottlakelodge.com W: www.scottlakelodge.com Fly-in only. 1km S of the Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan border on Scott Lake. 80km NW of Stony Rapids. Open 10-Jun to 3-Sep v Scott Lake Lodge is an oasis of comfort and quality in a pristine wilderness. It has it all: gourmet meals, private cabins with Wi-Fi, experienced guides, top quality equipment, spa, hot tub and incredible trophy fishing for pike, lake trout and grayling on 200,000 acres of water. Capacity: 24 persons. 12 units - Central

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Selwyn Lake Lodge Inc

Map B11

www.2sk.ca/15119 Hangar #11, Hangar Rd, Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X4 P: (306) 933-9453 TF: 1(800) 667-9556 (Canada/US) E: gsproat@adventuredestinations.ca W: adventuredestinations.ca/lodges/selwyn_lake_lodge 5km S of the Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan border on Selwyn Lake. 117km N of Stony Rapids, SK. Outpost: Caribou Crossing, located at the N end of Selwyn Lake. Open 18-Jun to 1-Sep v Legendary lake trout, northern pike and Arctic grayling fishing. Fully modern accommodations. Premier fly-in fishing lodge offering uncompromising luxury for the executive sportsman. Selwyn Lake is 72km long and 29km wide and spans across the Saskatchewan/NWT border. Capacity: 24 persons. 10 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Private bathroom. $$: American Plan (US funds) $3,995/4-day includes direct charter flight from Saskatoon, private guest cabins, meals, fishing equipment, boat/motor/gas and professional guide. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: US funds $5,495/5 days or $8,995/10 days. Includes air charter from Saskatoon, transfers, meals, guiding, tackle, soft drinks/wine with dinner, hotel on southbound trip, medical evacuation insurance. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Shadd Lake Cabins

SOARING LAKE

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/15947 Box 5, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-3477 or (600) 700-2412 (May - Sep) E: r.mckay@sasktel.net W: www.shaddlakecabins.com Based at Shadd Lake, NE of Black Bear Island Lake, 75 air km N of La Ronge. Open 16-May to 30-Sep v Log-constructed camp on small peninsula. Sauna/lake dip. Full American Plan and light housekeeping hunting and fishing packages. Catch and release fishing encouraged. Clearwater Lake outpost cabin. Fly-in lakes for do-it-yourself camping. Whitewater tours of Churchill River. Superb birdwatching. Capacity: 24 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Visit website for rate information. Onsite Services: Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Great Grey Outfitters Ltd

Map C8

www.2sk.ca/24028 Box 1178, Outlook, SK S0L 2N0 P: (306) 867-7725 or (403) 346-8814 E: rolandjenson@hotmail.com W: www.soaringlakelodge.com Fly-in lodge 100km NE of Buffalo Narrows. v Fly-in camp with new modern cabin overlooking Soaring Lake. A day of fishing for the abundant walleye and northern pike in this northern lake may leave you with a sore arm, but definitely satisfied! Exclusive one-on-one bear hunts. 100% success rate; all colour phases - brown, blonde, cinnamon and black bears. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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www.2sk.ca/18422 Box 239, Meath Park, SK S0J 1T0 P: (306) 426-2772 E: info@greatgrey.ca W: www.greatgrey.ca 130km E of Prince Albert, 2km N of Shipman. v One of Canada’s premier destinations for guided black bear hunts and trophy white-tailed deer hunts. We provide free range hunting at its best. Capacity: 18 persons. Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request.

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Soaring Lake Lodge

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High Prairie Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/15442 Box 1150, Spearfish, SD 57783 P: (605) 321-1142 or (605) 578-1222 E: highprairie@basec.net W: www.highprairieoutfitters.com Various locations throughout Zones 1, 2, and 4 and Moose Jaw area. Open 1-Sep to 15-Dec v Duck and geese hunting over water, and field hunting with decoys. Upland game bird hunting for world-class Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse, and sharp-tailed grouse using dogs. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Packages include meals, lodging, and transportation to and from hunting area. Customized packages. Reservations required. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Horsehead Trophy Hunts

Map C5

www.2sk.ca/11490 Box 254, St Walburg, SK S0M 2T0 P: (306) 248-3868 or (306) 248-7720 E: horseheadtrophyhunts@hotmail.com W: www.horseheadtrophyhunts.com 3.2km N of St. Walburg on Hwy 26, 6.4km E on grid road, 1.2km N, and 0.4km down driveway to lodge. Open 15-May to 15-Dec v Hunt white-tailed deer and black bear on 64,000 acres of prime forest fringe and boreal forest. Heavy, dark horned deer our main attraction. One-third colour phase bears. Fish beautiful Turtle Lake for northern pike and walleye. Capacity: 8 persons. 5 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Guest house(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Spring and fall bear hunts $2900; white-tailed deer hunts $4500; shed antler hunting $200/day. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Shore lunch, Ice fishing.

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Bear Creek Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/11663 Box 1056, Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0 P: (306) 865-2577 30km N of Stenen. Open 1-Apr to 31-Dec v Excellent hunting area for white-tailed deer, moose and bear. Non-resident white-tailed deer and spring/fall bear outfitting. Cabins in wooded areas, scenic nature trails, excellent photography and video opportunities. Capacity: 12 persons. 3 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s). $$: upon request. Full package plans available. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Last Mountain Lake Outfitters Map E3

www.2sk.ca/19011 Box 251, Earl Grey, SK S0G 1J0 P: (306) 939-4803 E: tlyoung@sasktel.net W: www.lmloutfitters.com Strasbourg. Open 1-Sep to 1-Nov v Excellent goose, duck and sandhill crane hunting. Field and water hunts. Home cooked meals and superb hospitality will make your customized hunting trip most memorable. Excellent northern pike fishing available. Dogs welcome. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units - Guest house(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: (US funds) starting at $300/person/day includes accommodations, meals, guides, decoys and freezing service. Hunting licence and ammunition not included. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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TO B I N L A K E

STURGEON-WEIR RIVER

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Pawistik Lodge

TAZIN LAKE

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www.2sk.ca/11626 500 - 900 6th Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 3K2 P: (403) 263-6881 TF: 1(800) 526-4177 (Canada/US) E: scott@northernstar.ab.ca W: www.pawistiklodge.com Km 272 on the Hanson Lake Rd, (Hwy 106). 35km W of Flin Flon, MB on the historic and prolific Sturgeon-Weir River. Open 15-May to 30-Sep v A fur trade route and major river highway for over 250 years, the Sturgeon-Weir River provides unparalleled fishing for northern pike, walleye, trout and whitefish. Although accessible by road, rapids both N and S of the lodge keep the fishing as good as the best fly-in lake. Capacity: 50 persons. 8 units - Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Daily rates: cabins $30/person/4 persons or more, $40/person/3 persons or less. Bedding $5/person. Boat/motor $85, gas and oil extra. Guides $80. RV site $20, camping $15. Prices subject to change. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Canoe rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing.

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Tazin Lake Lodge

THOMPSON LAKE

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www.2sk.ca/24067 Box 266, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R5 P: (306) 291-3151 E: info@tazinlake.com W: www.tazinlake.com NW corner of Saskatchewan, just kilometres S of the Northwest Territories. v Over 450km of rarely fished shoreline, trophy northern pike and lake trout, breathtaking scenery, home cooked meals, and comfortable cabins await you at Tazin Lake Lodge. With a maximum of 16 guests at a time you are ensured personalized service, incredible fishing, and memories that will last a lifetime. Capacity: 16 persons. 6 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Full American Plan packages: $4500/7 days, $3500/4 days, $3000/3 days. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

Global Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/12807 Box 724, Mt Vernon, IN 47620 P: (812) 838-5732 or (306) 773-4668 (Sep - Nov) Operates out of 120 unit Best Western Inn Swift Motel, located at junction of Trans-Canada Hwy 1 and Hwy 4, Swift Current. Open 1-Sep to 15-Nov v Your host, Pete Harry has over 40 years of guiding service in the Swift Current area. Outfitting services for ducks, geese, sharptailed grouse, Hungarian partridge and sandhill cranes. $$: Daily rates for a party of 3 or 4 hunters includes guide, vehicle, dog and all equipment needed for duck, geese, sandhill cranes or upland birds. Onsite Services: Freezing service.

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Wild Wings Outfitters

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www.2sk.ca/11574 Box 692, Swift Current, SK S9H 3W7 P: (306) 773-5940 E: rbutton@sasktel.net W: wildwingsoutfitters.ca Swift Current area. v Our location in the middle of the Central Flyway ensures excellent upland bird and waterfowl hunting. Hunting parties of up to eight persons are accommodated at area motels. $$: upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

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Thompson Lake Lodge

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www.2sk.ca/21642 Box 35, Davin, SK S0G 1B0 P: (306) 761-0707 or (306) 533-9063 E: bonnie@fosterrivercamps.com W: www.fosterrivercamps.com Thompson Lake, 100 air km NW of La Ronge. Fly-in from Missinipe via Osprey Wings. Open 1-Jun to 30-Sep v Situated on a secluded lake in northern Saskatchewan this lone cabin is nestled on a hillside overlooking a beautiful bay. Hot/cold running water, indoor shower, outdoor firepit and gas barbecue. 16 ft Lund boats with 15 hp motors. Excellent northern pike and walleye fishing. Satellite phone. Catch and release fishing encouraged. Capacity: 6 persons. 1 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request.

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121 Bentley Coben Wildlife Productions Inc

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www.2sk.ca/11440 Box 43, Tessier, SK S0L 3G0 P: (306) 656-4903 E: bdcoben@sasktel.net 305 Railway Ave, Tessier. v Excellent goose hunting, upland bird hunting, shed antler hunts and a chance for a breathtaking wildlife photo of one of Saskatchewan’s many wildlife species. Excellent hospitality and great meals. Deer hunting videos available. Capacity: 8 persons. 4 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request.

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Cree River Lodge Ltd

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www.2sk.ca/11741 Box 449, Melfort, SK S0E 1A0 P: (306) 752-2871 or (306) 752-5418 N end of Theriau Lake (Unknown Lake). Outposts: Pawliuk Lake/Carlson River. Open 1-Jun to 15-Oct v Do-it-yourself camp situated on an island where the sheltered point overlooks the lake. Sand beach. Many islands and points to fish for northern pike, lake trout, Arctic grayling and jumbo whitefish. Power plant, freezers and barbecue available for guests. Cell phone service. Capacity: 14 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: (Cdn funds) $55/day. Call for more information.

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www.2sk.ca/11672 Box 2319, Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0 P: (306) 862-4544 or (306) 862-7890 E: macswaneys@sasktel.net W: www.macswaneyscabins.com S end of Tobin Lake. Nipawin Regional Park, 1.6km N of Nipawin on Hwy 55 and 1.6km W. v Excellent walleye and northern pike fishing. Fully modern wheelchair accessible cabins overlooking Tobin Lake. Capacity: 70 persons. 12 units - Non-smoking rooms available, Guest room(s), Cabin(s), Guest house(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom. $$: Cabins $110 - $260. LHK and Full American Plan packages. Onsite Services: Auto fuel, Marine fuel, Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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TOBIN LAKE

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Trails End Outfitters

Map D5

www.2sk.ca/11666 Box 931, Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0 P: (306) 862-5463 E: trailsendoutfitters@sasktel.net W: www.trailsendoutfitters.com N shore of Tobin Lake. v Full American Plan for white-tailed deer and black bear hunts, and fishing on Tobin Lake. Capacity: 8 persons. 1 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. Full American Plan packages. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service.

g148609hf www.2sk.ca/11674 1529 East Heights, Saskatoon, SK S7J 3B4 P: (306) 374-3223 TF: 1(866) 486-8727 (Canada/US) E: trophies@sasktel.net W: www.sasktrophies.com Main lodge located N side of Tobin Lake. Outpost located on the Saskatchewan River. Goose and duck hunts in the Saskatoon area; crop stubble pea, field hunts. Outposts: Baird Lake, Mossy River, Torch River, Saskatchewan River. v A premiere lakeside lodge specializing in corporate groups/retreats. Trophy wall-hanger white-tailed deer, huge black bear, lots of colour, combo hunts deer/bear, bear/fish or grouse/ fish. World class northern pike/walleye fishing. Catch and release only. Capacity: 40 persons. 8 units - Central dining facility, Guest room(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. Full package plans include return transportation to Saskatoon. Cast and Blast package - fish in the morning, hunt black bear in the afternoon. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Twin Marine Outfitting

Map D5

www.2sk.ca/22817 Box 269, Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0 P: (306) 862-2628 E: twin.marine@sasktel.net W: www.tobinlake.net Waterfront location on Tobin Lake, Nipawin and District Regional Park, 2km N of Nipawin on Hwy 55. Open 15-May to 15-Oct v Full-service marina with boat rentals and professional guide service. Located on one of North America’s best walleye and northern pike fisheries. Licensed waterfront restaurant with patio. Gas/oil available on the water. Camping and cabins available in Nipawin Regional Park. $$: upon request. Deluxe boats with fish finders and live

wells. Pontoon boat rentals. Visit website for rates and more information. Onsite Services: Boat/motor rental, Filleting service, Freezing service, Fly-fishing.

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Boreal Camp Services & Outfitting Ltd Trout Lake Camp

Map D7

www.2sk.ca/16196 Box 318, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-2437 E: fishing.boreal@sasktel.net W: www.borealcamps.com Trout Lake, 55 air km N of La Ronge on the Churchill River. Open 15-May to 31-Oct v Small camp catering to one or two parties at a time. Situated on island with sand beach. Excellent walleye and northern pike fishing, and easy access to lake trout. Cabins with decks are equipped with propane appliances and cold running water. Capacity: 12 persons. 2 units Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: LHK packages $900/3 days, $1000/4 days. Outpost package starts at $900. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Ice fishing.

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Ubiquity Lake Outfitters

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/11721 Box 134, Meota, SK S0M 1X0 P: (306) 892-2288 or (306) 490-7938 E: fishing@northern-pike.net W: www.ubiquitylake.com 173km N of Buffalo Narrows, just above the 57th parallel. Access by float plane only. Airstrip at Buffalo Narrows. Hwy 155 to Buffalo Narrows is paved. Outpost: Carpenter Lake. Open 23-May to 30-Sep v The only camp on the lake. Excellent fishing for lake trout, walleye and northern pike. Fish four lakes. 16 ft boats, 20 hp motors. Spring and fall bear hunts. Personalized service offering good home cooked meals. Electricity, hot showers, freezers. Capacity: 10 persons. 2 units - Cabin(s), Shared bathroom. $$: upon request. 5 - 7 day American Plan packages. Lodging, food, bedding, boat/motor/ gas and return airfare from Buffalo Narrows included. Package can include flight from US destinations. Onsite Services: Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Cree River Lodge Inc

Map B10

www.2sk.ca/11689 Box 272, White Fox, SK S0J 3B0 P: (306) 276-7841 E: creeriverlodge@gmail.com W: www.creeriverlodge.ca 480km N of Lac La Ronge. Fly-in only. Airstrip within 50km. Open 2-Jun to 15-Sep v Octagon main lodge built of logs overlooking the Cree River. Hot/cold running water. Excellent fishing for trophy northern pike, walleye and Arctic grayling. Four outposts located on virgin trophy lakes. Capacity: 25 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. American Plan (US funds) includes all services and return air transportation from Stony Rapids. We will book all necessary flights. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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3 days/3 nights. Special summer rates for children 16 years and under. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Northern Echo Lodge

Map D6

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www.2sk.ca/11690 Box 477, La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 P: (306) 425-7222 E: j.eberle@sasktel.net W: www.northernecholodge.ca On Churchman Island in picturesque Wapawekka Lake, 96 air km SE of La Ronge. Open 19-May to 20-Oct v Excellent walleye, northern pike and perch fishing. Clean, comfortable semi-modern cabins with central showers. Light housekeeping packages or with meals upon request. Spring bear and fall moose hunts available. Day trips, photography tours, video packages. Capacity: 16 persons. 4 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: Packages start at $850 for

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Northern Nights Outfitters Ltd Map D7

www.2sk.ca/12013 Box 642, Carrot River, SK S0E 0L0 P: (306) 632-7445 (May - Oct) E: northernnights2@gmail.com W: www.northernnights.ca Fly-in only to Waskwei Lake, 30km E of Pelican Narrows or Flin Flon MB; or 400km N of Prince Albert. Open 1-Jun to 15-Sep v Enjoy exclusive use of this 16 acre island on Waskwei Lake known for an abundance of northern pike and walleye. New guest cabin in 2012. All ages will enjoy this fishing and outdoor adventure which begins with a 20 minute flight from Pelican Narrows over pristine Precambrian Shield. Capacity: 6 persons. 1 units - Cabin(s). $$: 3-day fishing LHK package $775/person (minimum 3 persons), additional days $100/person, includes round trip airfare from Pelican Narrows, lodging and boat/motor/gas. Full American plans upon request. Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch.

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Scattergun Outfitters

WHEELER RIVER

Map E1

www.2sk.ca/14539 Box 355, Weyburn, SK S4H 2K1 P: (306) 456-2520 or (306) 861-2176 E: derrellrodine@hotmail.com Approximately 32km S of the city of Weyburn, serviced by Hwys 13, 35 and 39. Our territory covers five wildlife management zones. v Guided hunts for waterfowl and upland game birds. Airport pick-up, hotel accommodations arranged, trained dog services and bird processing. We are a family operation. We enjoy hunting ourselves and keep that in mind while guiding others. Certified guide. $$: upon request.

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Wheeler River Lodge Ltd

Map B9

www.2sk.ca/11696 Box 87, Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0 P: (306) 398-2910 TF: 1(888) 248-9711 (Canada/US) E: info@wheelerriver.com W: www.wheelerriverlodge.com 220km N of Missinipe. Fly-in only. Open 23-May to 15-Oct v Secluded, well-equipped camp caters to only one group at a time in modern lodge. Low fishing pressure for northern pike, walleye, lake trout, Arctic grayling and whitefish. Endless sheltered lakes and river system to explore. Native guide/caretaker on site. Exceptional bear/moose hunt packages available. Capacity: 10 persons. 3 units - Guest house(s), Kitchenette(s), Shared bathroom. $$: (US funds) Fishing and hunting rates upon request. Five night package includes accommodation, return flight from Otter Lake, boats, gas, etc. Guiding extra. Corporate and Full American Plan packages. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Ravenshoe Outfitting

Map E2

www.2sk.ca/19018 Box 42, Whitewood, SK S0G 5C0 P: (306) 735-7960 or (306) 735-7213 E: ravenshoe@sasktel.net W: www.ravenshoe.ca Four hours N of Minot, ND. Four hours W of Winnipeg, MB and 90 minutes E of Regina. Whitewood is located at the junction of Hwys 1 and 9. Open 28-Sep to 31-Oct v Come for world class mallard duck and Canada goose hunting. With over 45 years local experience, your guide will take you to where the ducks are landing. Over water or field shoots, you will experience Saskatchewan mallard hunting at its best. $$: Guiding fees for duck and goose hunts $200 Cdn/gun/hunt, based on party of four. Maximum six hunters/shoot. Accommodations, food, licences, etc are extra. Please call for white-tailed deer and bear package prices. Onsite Services: Canoe rental, Fly-fishing, Ice fishing.

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Minor Bay Lodge & Outposts Ltd

WOLLASTON LAKE

Map B9

www.2sk.ca/11760 Box 61065, Grant Park RPO, Winnipeg, MB R3M 3X8 P: (204) 982-9680 or (306) 633-4900 (Jun - Aug) TF: 1(888) 244-7453 (Canada/US) E: info@gwnlodges.com W: www.minorbay.com Wollaston Lake. Km 220 on Hwy 905. Full service airstrip with fuel within 50km. Airport pick-up. Outposts: Spence Lake, Cairns Lake, McDonald River. Open 5-Jun to 1-Aug v Log construction main lodge overlooking scenic Minor Bay features guest dining room, lounge and screened veranda. Six modern guest cabins (2 - 8 people) equipped with showers, double beds. 18/20 ft boats with swivel seats, floors and casting decks, 50 hp 4-stroke outboards. Capacity: 18 persons. 6 units Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: upon request. American Plan. Daily fly-outs available. 3, 4, 7 and 8 day outpost packages. Group and corporate rates available. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Wilderness Family Outfitters

Map B9

www.2sk.ca/23469 Box 367, Warman, SK S0K 4S0 P: 1(877) 820-7494 E: info@wildernessfamilyoutfitters.com W: www.wildernessfamilyoutfitters.com S end of Wollaston Lake. Drive-in access. 118km N of La Ronge on Hwy 2, then N on Hwy 905 to the Geikie River bridge. Camp is 5km N of the Geikie River bridge on the E side of Hwy 905. v Road accessible camp offering premier fishing on Saskatchewan’s Wollaston Lake. Fish for northern pike, walleye, lake trout and Artic grayling. Catch and release fishing encouraged. Capacity: 36 persons. 8 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Kitchenette(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Customized packages available, call or email for pricing. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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Wollaston Lake Lodge Ltd

Map B10

www.2sk.ca/11761 3910 Thatcher Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A4 P: (306) 668-1061 TF: 1(800) 328-0628 (Canada/US) E: info@wollastonlakelodge.com W: www.wollastonlakelodge.com

On Wollaston Lake by Umperville River in Hidden Bay. Air access is at Points North Landing airstrip 30km from the lodge. Fly via lodge charter or private aircraft. Lodge transportation available. Open 9-Jun to 22-Aug v World class catch and release trophy fishing in a remote northern setting. Picturesque luxury lodge, chef prepared meals, premium equipment and expert guides. Fish for northern pike, lake trout, walleye and Arctic grayling. Optional daily flyouts available. Capacity: 78 persons. 20 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom. $$: Fishing Full American Plan (US Funds) packages include 4 full days of guided fishing at $4795/person, or 8 full days of guided fishing at $8495/person. Return trip to Winnipeg, MB included. Onsite Services: Shore lunch, Fly-fishing, Catch & release limits apply.

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Wolverman Wilderness Outfitters Ltd

Map A9

www.2sk.ca/11677 Box 8253, Bonnyville, AB T9N 2J5 P: (780) 573-9098 or (780) 826-8506 E: al@bflenergy.ca Wolvernan Lakes, N of Clearwater River Provincial Park. 190km N of Buffalo Narrows. Plane access only. Outposts: Craig Lake, Kelic Lake, Sand Hill Lake, Sando Lake, Laturnus Lake, Warden Lake. Open 31-May to 30-Sep v Excellent hunting and fishing in remote wilderness. Personalized service, one guest cabin with private full bath, three cabins share central shower facility. Day camp fishing trips. Capacity: 14 persons. 5 units - Central dining facility, Cabin(s), Private bathroom, Shared bathroom. $$: Onsite Services: Filleting service, Freezing service, Shore lunch, Fly-fishing.

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CANADIAN OFFICE

HOURS OF SERVICE

U.S. OFFICE

Carievale (Hwy 8)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Remainder of the year

8:00 9:00

– 21:00 – 22:00

Sherwood, ND

Climax (Hwy 37)

2nd Sun in Mar to May 31 June 1 to Sept 15 Sept 16 to 1st Sat in Nov 1st Sun in Nov to 2nd Sat in Mar

9:00 8:00 9:00 10:00

– – – –

18:00 21:00 18:00 19:00

Turner, MT

Coronach (Hwy 36)

2nd Sun in Mar to May 31 June 1 to Sept 15 Sept 16 to 1st Sat in Nov 1st Sun in Nov to 2nd Sat in Mar

8:00 8:00 8:00 9:00

– – – –

18:00 21:00 18:00 19:00

Scobey, MT

Estevan Highway (Hwy 47)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Remainder of the year

8:00 9:00

– 21:00 – 22:00

Noonan, ND

Monchy (Hwy 4)

2nd Sun in Mar to May 31 June 1 to Sept 15 Sept 16 to 1st Sat in Nov 1st Sun in Nov to 2nd Sat in Mar

9:00 8:00 9:00 10:00

– – – –

Morgan, MT

Northgate (Hwy 9)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Remainder of the year

8:00 9:00

– 21:00 – 22:00

North Portal (Hwy 39)

Year Round

24 hours

Portal, ND

Oungre (Hwy 35)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Rest of Year

8:00 9:00

Fortuna, ND

Regway (Hwy 6)

Year Round

24 Hours

Raymond, MT

Torquay (Hwy 350)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Remainder of the year

8:00 9:00

– 16:00 – 17:00

Ambrose, ND

West Poplar River (Hwy 2)

2nd Sun in Mar to May 31 June 1 to Sept 15 Sept 16 to 1st Sat in Nov 1st Sun in Nov to 2nd Sat in Mar

9:00 8:00 9:00 10:00

– – – –

Opheim, MT

Willow Creek (Hwy 21)

2nd Sun in Mar to 1st Sat in Nov Remainder of the year

9:00 – 17:00 10:00 – 18:00

To order topographic maps, depth maps, aerial photographs, or satellite imagery, contact: For your Official Saskatchewan Road Map, contact: Tourism Saskatchewan Toll-free: 1 (877) 237-2273 A Saskatchewan grid road map is available for $2.00 from: Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities: (306) 761-3722

Information Services Corporation Geomatics Distribution Centre 1301 – 1st Avenue Regina, SK S4R 8H2 Local 787-2799 Toll-free: 1 (866) 275-4721 isc.ca ask@isc.ca

18:00 21:00 18:00 19:00

– 21:00 – 22:00

18:00 21:00 18:00 19:00

Northgate, ND

Willow Creek, MT

Maps of individual rural municipalities are available from the local municipalities. Contact Ministry of Highways for project and inventory maps at (306) 787-2721. Air Facilities Map (306) 664-2376 (Monday and Thursday only) info@saskaviationcouncil.ca


SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 months old do not require rabies vaccinations but must be in good health. Pets imported from countries other than the United States may require quarantine.

The following information is designed to help visitors cross Canadian borders. Officials at points of entry will issue any permits required for vehicles and outfits. There are 12 points of entry located along the Saskatchewan/U.S. border. The hours of operation listed on page 72 are subject to change without notice. For the dates of summer and winter hours and transitional periods, or for additional information, contact your nearest CBSA or phone (306) 927-2455. Saskatchewan’s 24-hour ports of entry are North Portal and Regway. ENTRY BY PRIVATE AIRCRAFT Pilots that arrive in Canada by private, company owned or charter aircraft carrying 15 people or less, as well as travellers on recreational boats carrying 29 people or less, have to call a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Telephone Reporting Centre (TRC) to obtain authorization to enter Canada. • Call 1 (888) 226-7277 at least 2 hours before but no more than 48 hours prior to the aircraft's arrival in Canada; • give the estimated time of arrival (ETA); • give the aircraft tail number/aircraft registration mark; and • arrive during regular CBSA office hours at a designated airport of entry (AOE). If the toll-free number is not available, call one of the following numbers: Lansdown, Ontario at (613) 659-2598; Hamilton, Ontario at (905) 6792073; Windsor, Ontario at (519) 967-4320; or Victoria, British Columbia at (250) 363-0343. Please be advised that long distance charges may apply. You are required to contact Canada Customs in advance at 1 (888) CANPASS (1 (888) 226-7277). Further information can be obtained from the local Canada Customs office. Regina International Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(306) 780-5218 Saskatoon International Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(306) 975-4755 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Visitors to Canada who meet the legal age of the province or territory where they enter may import 40 oz. (1.14 l) of liquor, 53 oz (1.5 l) of wine or 288 oz. (24 12 oz. cans) of beer or ale. In Saskatchewan, the legal age is 19. All provinces except Nunavut and the Northwest Territories allow visitors to import quantities above the duty-free allowance, up to certain limits. Provincial and federal taxes must be paid on the surplus; however, the cost is high. TOBACCO PRODUCTS Visitors 18 years of age or over may import 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, 200 g (7 oz.) of manufactured tobacco and 200 tobacco sticks duty-free. Quantities above the duty-free allowance are subject to federal and sometimes provincial taxes and the cost to import them is high. Any shipment of more than six cartons of cigarettes must also meet Canadian marking regulations. FOOD Visitors may import food for their own use without duty payment, provided the quantity is consistent with the duration and nature of the stay in Canada. Larger quantities that are not intended for consumption, but will be moved in transit through Canada, may be documented on a temporary admission permit. All food, plants, animals, and related products must be declared. Certain fruits, vegetables, and meat from countries other than the U.S. may be prohibited. All importations of meat over 20 kg (44 lb.) must be inspected by the Canadian Food & Inspection Agency. GASOLINE AND FUEL Visitors are allowed free entry of fuel up to the normal tank capacity of their vehicles. Quantities above that amount may be subject to duty and taxes. DOGS AND CATS Dogs and cats from the United States must be accompanied by a certificate signed and dated by a veterinarian stating that the animal has been vaccinated against rabies within the last three years. The certificate must provide sufficient description to identify the animal. Animal tags are NOT acceptable in lieu of a certificate. Puppies and kittens less than three

CAMPING OR FISHING You can bring camping gear, recreational equipment, and supplies with you to Canada provided all items are clean and free of pests and soil. However, you cannot bring firewood or live bait into the country without a permit. FIREARMS AND ALL OTHER WEAPONS All weapons — including firearms, mace, tear gas, and pepper spray — must be declared to customs upon arrival. Under Canadian law, visitors are not allowed to import firearms and defensive sprays for personal protection. Visitors who are at least 18 years old may import ordinary rifles and shotguns for hunting, sporting use, competition, movement in transit, or for protection against wildlife in remote areas (excluding National Parks). The importation is allowed, provided the officer is satisfied with the circumstances of the importation. Restricted firearms include: • most handguns; • semi-automatic rifles and shotguns that are capable of discharging centrefire ammunition, have barrels between 105 mm (4.14 inches) and 470 mm (18.5 inches) long, and are not otherwise prohibited; • firearms designed or adapted to be fired when reduced to a length of less than 660 mm (26 inches) by folding, telescoping or other means; and • firearms restricted by regulations. Prohibited firearms include: • handguns with barrels less than or equal to 105 mm (4.14 inches) long; • handguns designed or adapted to discharge a 25- or 32-calibre cartridge; • firearms adapted from rifles or shotguns by sawing, cutting or any other alteration, that, when adapted in this way, are less than 660 mm (26 inches) long or have a barrel that is less than 457 mm (18.5 inches) long; • automatic firearms, whether or not altered to fire in the manner of a semi-automatic firearm; and • firearms prohibited by regulations. ENTERING CANADA Make sure that you are carrying proper identification for yourself and any children travelling with you in the vehicle. A passport is not mandatory for entry into Canada but it is a preferable piece of identification. If you are a Canadian or American citizen or a permanent resident of either country, other acceptable identification includes the following: • an enhanced driver’s licence; • a birth certificate with accompanying photo identification (such as a regular driver’s licence); • a permanent residence or green card; • a citizenship card or a certificate of citizenship or naturalization; or • a Certificate of Indian Status. Note: Full implementation of the WHTI requirements for entry into the United States by land and water is now complete. All individuals are required to present a valid passport or other approved secure document when entering the United States by land or water. Approved WHTI documents include: • a NEXUS card; • a Free and Secure Trade (FAST) card; • a Secure Certificate of Indian Status (when this certificate is available and approved by the United States). For more detailed information, contact Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) toll free at 1 (800) 461-9999. If you are calling from outside Canada, call (204) 983-3500 or visit cbsa.gc.ca.

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Northern Zone

To receive a copy of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Anglers’ or Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide, call (306) 787-2314 or visit environment.gov.sk.ca Saskatchewan is rolling out an automated licensing system for angling, hunting, and trapping for the 2013 season. Licence fees will not be increased. Hunters and anglers will still be able to purchase licences from local issuers if they wish. Please check environment.gov.sk.ca for more information.

La Loche

La Ronge

Creighton

Central Zone

ANGLING Saskatchewan is divided into three management zones for angling regulation purposes. All lakes intersected by zone borders fall into the zone immediately north of the border.

Prince Albert Lloydminster

THE PROPOSED 2014/2015 SEASON DATES ARE: Southern Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 5, 2014 – March 31, 2015

Melfort North Battleford

Humboldt Saskatoon

Central Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 15, 2014 – March 31, 2015

ead

Southern Zone

General fishing regulations apply province-wide. Check your Anglers’ Guide for a summary of the major regulations anglers should be aware of.

Moose Jaw Highway No. 1

Saskatchewan Resident, three-day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14.72

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High

way

Northern Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 25, 2014 – April 15, 2015

LICENCE FEES: Saskatchewan Resident Annual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29.44

Yell

Yorkton Melville

Regina

Swift Current

Red Coat Trail

Weyburn

Estevan

Canadian Resident, Annual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58.87 Canadian Resident, three-day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29.44 Non-Resident, Annual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$78.51 Non-Resident, three-day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39.25 Children under age 16 and Seniors over 65 do not require a licence. LIMITS – PROVINCE-WIDE In all management zones, no more than one fish per species may exceed specified upper size limits. The specified upper size limit refers to the total length of fish as they are taken from the water. Measure your fish from the tip of the snout to the farthest tip of the tail (with the tail pinched) to determine its legal length. The limits for some of the 21 regulated sport fish species are shown below. The daily limit is the same as the possession limit. Sample: • walleye/sauger – 4, only one may exceed 55 cm total length • northern pike – 5, only one may exceed 75 cm total length • lake trout – 3, only one may exceed 65 cm total length • Arctic grayling – 2, only one may exceed 35 cm total length • goldeye – 8 • whitefish – 8 • burbot – 8 • stocked trout include: brook, brown, cutthroat, rainbow, splake, tiger trout, and Atlantic salmon (all species combined) – 5 • yellow perch – 25 Anglers can catch the limit for all species in one day. At no time, however, can they exceed the limit for any one species. For example, in any given day, you may take five northern pike with only one pike exceeding 75 cm in length, four walleye/sauger in combination with one walleye/sauger exceeding 55 cm in length, and three lake trout with only one exceeding 65 cm in length. This would fill your limit for all pike, walleye/sauger, and lake trout. You could still catch your limit for other species not yet caught. You are required to package your catch in such a way that species can be identified. Fillets must be packaged so that number and length of fish can be easily determined by a conservation officer. Two fillets are counted as one fish. These rules are especially important for anglers returning to the United States with their catches, but apply equally to all anglers. Refer to the Anglers’ Guide for specific information on the transportation/export of sport fish.

Anglers returning to the United States from Saskatchewan should note that anyone transporting fish taken by angling out of Saskatchewan must possess a valid Saskatchewan angling licence. Fish transported from Saskatchewan must be easily identified according to species and number and length. ANGLING LICENCES If you are 16 or older, you must have a current Saskatchewan licence for recreational fishing in the province (Treaty Indians are exempt). A three-day angling licence is valid in the southern and central management zones. Anglers may purchase competitively priced angling licences from special vendors, including most stores selling equipment. The Ministry also accepts phone orders using VISA or MasterCard, call (306) 787-2847. Licences can also be ordered online at environment.gov.sk.ca/licences or by fax (306) 787-8280. Note that a special National Parks fishing licence is required for fishing in Prince Albert National Park of Canada. Angling regulations and seasons in this park also differ from the rest of the province. Anglers may no longer use lead sinkers or jigs while fishing in National Parks. For details, check at the park entry office. With very few exeptions, there is no minimum size of fish which may be kept and you may angle day or night. The importation, possession, or use of live minnows is not permitted. However, preserved minnows from a commercial source may be used. Use of leeches and earthworms for bait is also permitted, but leeches cannot be imported into Saskatchewan. VHS is a viral fish disease that has been discovered recently in the Great Lakes region and has caused large-scale mortalities in several fish species. Recent research has shown that freezing does not kill the virus. Of concern is the possibility of transmitting the virus from frozen bait fish minnows. The Ministry is developing legislation to control the importation of frozen bait fish into the province. Anglers can help by not bringing frozen bait fish into the province. To learn about pleasure craft licencing, visit boatingsafety.gc.ca or call the Boating Safety Infoline at 1 (800) 267-6687. HUNTING If you plan to hunt game birds or big game in the province, you must purchase the appropriate certificate and licences. Every hunter must purchase a Wildlife Habitat Certificate from hunting licence vendors. The Wildlife Habitat Certificate is $10.79 (including GST). Licence phone orders using your VISA or Mastercard are accepted, or you can order your licence by mail or fax. For details phone Tourism Saskatchewan at 1 (877) 2372273 or Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment at (306) 787-2847. In addition, waterfowl hunters must obtain Canadian migratory game bird hunting permits and stamps. These certificates are available from post offices throughout the province.


SASKATCHEWAN FISHING & HUNTING GUIDE 2014 If you were born after January 1, 1971, you are required to provide proof that you have successfully completed the Saskatchewan firearm safety/hunter education training or a similar recognized course from another jurisdiction before you can buy, hold, or apply for a hunting or trapping licence. If requested to do so by the licence vendor, you must produce a valid certificate or you will be denied a licence. In addition, all hunters under the age of 18 must have a minor’s firearm licence. Applications can be obtained by calling the Canadian Firearms Centre at 1 (800) 731-4000. BIRD HUNTING To hunt waterfowl you will require a Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate, a game bird licence, and a Canadian migratory game bird hunting permit and stamp. The Canadian permit and stamp are available at Canadian post offices for a total cost of $17.00, taxes and shipping included. Geese, ducks, coots and common snipe may be hunted by non-residents. Season dates vary from zone to zone, generally beginning in September and lasting until early December. To hunt upland game, hunters require a Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate and a game bird licence. Upland game bird hunting for sharptailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse, spruce grouse and ptarmigan is open to non-residents and begins in mid-September. Non-residents should contact the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment for more information prior to planning their hunt. Canadian and non-resident upland game bird hunts have season limits for sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge in addition to daily bag limits. Each harvested bird is required to be tagged with seals provided with the licence. For more information on season limits and bagging requirements, consult your 2011 Saskatchewan Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide or call Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. GAME BIRD LICENCE FEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ Cdn A Federal Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit, a Saskatchewan Game Bird Licence and a Wildlife Habitat Certificate are required to hunt waterfowl. Federal Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit and stamp (available at any post office) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$17.85 Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.79 Saskatchewan Resident Game Bird Licence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.79 Canadian Resident Game Bird Licence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$56.91 Non-resident Game Bird Licence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$113.83 BIG GAME HUNTING Non-resident hunters are allowed one either sex white-tail licence. Nonresident moose permits are available across the north, by allocation to outfitters. Non-resident hunters must locate outfitters with permits. To hunt big game (white-tailed deer, moose and black bear), a hunter requires a Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate and a species licence. Some big game require special protection, and may only be hunted by Saskatchewan residents. A quota of licences for either sex elk, moose, deer and antelope are available to the big game draw. Non-residents of Canada are required to use the services of licenced outfitters to hunt big game including white-tailed deer, moose and bear. This restriction does not apply to Canadian residents hunting big game in Saskatchewan other than moose. Visiting big-game hunters must deal directly with outfitters to obtain the appropriate licences. Non-residents should contact Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment for more information prior to planning big game hunts. Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment provides an annual Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide that outlines new regulations, season dates and fees to resident and non-resident hunters. BIG GAME LICENCE FEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ Cdn Habitat Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.79 WHITE-TAILED DEER Saskatchewan residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32.38 Antlerless (Saskatchewan residents only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19.62 Canadian residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$137.38 Non-residents, guided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$274.76 ELK Saskatchewan residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32.38

MOOSE Saskatchewan residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32.38 Canadian residents, guided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$161.92 Non-residents, guided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$323.83 MULE DEER ARCHERY Saskatchewan residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37.29 BARREN-GROUND CARIBOU Residents of WMZ 76 only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21.59 BLACK BEAR Saskatchewan residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16.68 Canadian residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$53.97 Non-residents, guided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$161.92 BIG GAME DRAW (Saskatchewan residents only) Pronghorn Antelope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37.29 Elk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$53.97 Moose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$53.97 Mule Deer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37.29 Mule Deer, antlerless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19.62 Note: First and second big game licences, where applicable, are the same fee. If you require detailed information on hunting regulations, request copies of Saskatchewan’s Wildlife Act and Regulations from: Queen’s Printer 3085 Albert Street Regina, SK S4S 0B1 (306) 787-6894 qp.gov.sk.ca

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BJ BUS LINES LTD 2sk.ca/23435 • 1 Prairie Mine Rd, Coronach. • Phone: 306-267-2234 • Email: bjbuslines@gmail.com • Bus charter services out of Coronach. 15 passenger van or 56 passenger bus. No trip is too big or too small BUDGET CAR AND TRUCK RENTALS & SELF STORAGE 2sk.ca/12371 • Four Saskatoon locations including Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. • Phone: 306-244-7925 or 1-800-844-7888 • Email: troach@budgetsaskatoon.com • Website: budget.com • Full-service car rental agency. Free pick-up and drop-off upon request. Full line of current model cars, trucks, mini vans and SUVs. Cargo trailers, moving supplies and self storage. GPS navigation units. Event specialists. Earn or redeem AIR MILES.

DELTA AIRLINES INC. (International Carrier) 2sk.ca/22549 • Phone: 1-800-221-1212 • Website: delta.com

MR. T’S RV VACATION RENTALS 2sk.ca/22703 • Saskatoon. • Phone: 306-220-1278 or 1-877-384-5957 • Email: beaver@beaverforestproducts.com • Website: skrvrentals.com • Enjoy a trouble free, pleasurable RVing experience in our quality, low mileage motorhomes equipped with cookware, dinnerware and fresh linens. All weekly rates include 1000 free kilometres per week.

NATIONAL CAR & TRUCK RENTALS 2sk.ca/13680 • Two locations in Regina: 550 Broad St and Regina International Airport. • Phone: 306-757-5757 (Airport) or 306-791-9808 (Broad St) or 1-800-227-7368 • Email: cheryl.stewart@nationalcar.com • Website: nationalcar.com • Full-service car and truck rental agency, featuring new model cars, trucks, SUVs, 15 passenger vans, and cargo and cube vans. Daily, weekly and monthly competitive rates. Pick-up or drop-off service available upon request. At National “Green Means Go.” PRINCE ALBERT NORTHERN BUS LINES 2sk.ca/14588 • Phone: 306-922-7700 or 1-800-667-9350 • Email: panbus@sasktel.net • Motorcoach tours throughout Canada and the United States.

PRONTO AIRWAYS L.P. 2sk.ca/20906 • Scheduled flights between Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Uranium City, Wollaston, Stony Rapids, Points North and Fond du Lac, Saskatchewan; and Baker Lake and Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Phone: 306-934-4270 or 1-877-600-7999 • Email: administrator@prontoairways.com • Website: prontoairways.com • A Saskatchewan-based company committed to providing enhanced air service to western Canadian communities. Whether you’re flying for business or pleasure, shipping cargo or waiting for someone on the ground, you can trust the reliable, friendly and affordable service of Pronto Airways. SASKATCHEWAN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY (STC) 2sk.ca/10010 • Terminal locations: 1717 Saskatchewan Dr, Regina; 50 - 23rd St E, Saskatoon; 99 - 15th St E, Prince Albert. • Phone: 306-787-3340 (Regina) or 306-933-8000 (Saskatoon) or 1-800-663-7181 • Email: info@stcbus.com • Website: stcbus.com • The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) provides safe, reliable passenger transportation and parcel express services throughout Saskatchewan. Check website for schedules, fares and discounts. “Ride in comfort. Ride safely. Ride with STC.”

RV rental

AIR CANADA (International Carrier) 2sk.ca/14067 • Phone: 1-888-247-2262 • Website: aircanada.com

GREYHOUND CANADA TRANSPORTATION CORP 2sk.ca/16700 • Phone: 306-787-3340 (Regina) or 306-933-8000 (Saskatoon) or 1-800- 661-8747 • Website: greyhound.ca • Greyhound Canada provides regularly scheduled bus transportation across Canada.

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THRIFTY CAR RENTAL 2sk.ca/12366 • Regina locations: 3910 Rochdale Blvd and Regina International Airport. Saskatoon locations: 143 Robin Cres and John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. • Phone: 306-352-1000 (Regina Airport); 306-352-7000 (Rochdale location) or 306-244-8000 (Saskatoon) • Email: thriftyregina@sasktel.net Website: thrifty.com • Full-service car and truck rental agency featuring full selection of current model cars, mini vans and 4x4 vehicles. Complimentary customer pick-up available upon request. TRANSWEST AIR (Regional Carrier) 2sk.ca/15654 • Scheduled service to/from Saskatoon, Prince Albert, La Ronge, Wollaston, Points North, Stony Rapids and Fond du Lac. • Phone: 306-425-2382 (La Ronge) or 306-764-1404 (Prince Albert) or 1-800-667-9356 • Website: transwestair.com • Saskatchewan’s largest and longest operating airline. Connecting Saskatchewan from north to south and all points in-between with scheduled flights, plus helicopter and floatplane charters. Book with your travel agent or online at transwestair.com.

UNITED AIRLINES (International Carrier) 2sk.ca/22548 • Phone: 1-800-538-2929 • Website: united.com

VIA RAIL CANADA INC 2sk.ca/15091 • Phone: 1-888-842-7245 • Website: viarail.ca • VIA Rail’s flagship train, the Canadian, travels through 4,500km of some of Canada’s most spectacular landscape. Operating year-round, this “landcruise” between Vancouver and Toronto, takes 3 days and 4 nights, departing three times a week in each direction through Saskatoon.

WEST WIND AVIATION AND EXPRESS AIR 2sk.ca/18450 • Saskatoon: Hangar 10, John G. Diefenbaker Airport; Regina: 3035 Tudor Dr. • Phone: 306-665-2582 (Saskatoon) or 306-757-2582 (Regina) or 1-877-392-2582 • Email: lhryciw@westwindaviation.ca • Website: expressairclub.ca • Based in Regina and Saskatoon, Express Air offers frequent flights Mon through Fri. Fast check-ins, no lineups. Departures from Shell Aerocentres. Taxi or rental car arrangements upon request. Onsite meeting and conference rooms available. Now offering flights from Regina to Prince Albert.

WESTJET AIRLINES LTD 2sk.ca/14270 • Phone: 1-800-538-5696 (Reservations) or 1-888-493-7853 (Group & Conference Travel) • Website: westjet.com


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