Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
Backcountry Camping on the Gem Lakes Trail in Narrow Hills Provincial Park
For me, the best camping trips are ones where you only need to sit and enjoy the view to have a good time.
May 14, 2018
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Open Season on Open Water
Spring fishing season is upon us. For some anglers, it's their favourite season, particularly those who fish from shore.
Big Pike Memories in Saskatchewan
One of the most memorable trips I shared with my dad was in Northeast Saskatchewan, at Reindeer Lake. This was one of the first pike trips I had taken my him on, and he was as excited as I was the first day he took me fishing.
Time in the Boat and a Lifetime of Memories
"A career in the outdoors has given me the chance to bring a number of guests along with me to explore some of the fantastic fishing opportunities in Saskatchewan..."
Babe Winkelmans' Bucket List AdviceIn a single day we were able to land over fifteen world-class pike over forty inches in just six to seven hours, including one of my personal best fish, a 51” behemoth!
5 Reasons to Love Saskatchewan Winter
Itching to get out and feel the (cold, cold) air on your face? Here are five activities to make you fall in love with Saskatchewan winters.
Trophy Fishing For Lake Trout
“I am honoured that I was able to hold that fish in my hands and then let it go and watch it swim back down,” George Large, co-host of In-Fisherman TV.
His Slice of Paradise
Growing up in a small town and working at a family-owned sporting goods store, Tom Klein, owner of Scott Lake Lodge, always yearned to get “up north.”
Mike Borger fulfils his boyhood dream of fishing Lake AthabascaMike Borger has spent a lifetime pursuing his passion for fishing and adventure in the outdoors.
Which lodge will you choose?
Choosing a lodge is the hardest part of planning a fishing vacation to Saskatchewan.
Where Nature Touches the Heart
Saskatchewan’s 100,000 lakes and rivers offer visiting anglers nearly 60,000 sq. km of fishing heaven.