Province To Suspend Angling Licences for Serious Violations 
Anglers who are convicted of violating Saskatchewan’s Fisheries Act or The Fisheries Regulations may now lose their fishing privileges for one to five years. Learn more...

Angling Licence Fees 
A list of available licences and associated fees. Learn more...

Fisheries Management Plan 

The Ministry of Environment is developing a Fisheries Management Plan that will help guide our efforts to help manage our fisheries resource in a way that maintains the traditional and cultural activities we enjoy while ensuring sustainable economic benefits for everyone in the province. Learn more...

Turn in Poachers (TIP)
Report poachers through the toll free TIP line at 1-800-667-7561 - 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

Packaging and Transporting Fish 
Species limits are a vital part of fisheries management. In order to enforce these limits, conservation officers must be able to count and measure your fish. Learn more...

Special Fishing Equipment 
When using special equipment like bow fishing or underwater spear fishing, anglers are to follow specific regulations. Learn more...

Fishing with Bait 
When fishing with bait, anglers are to follow specific regulations. Learn more...

Allocation 
The Ministry of Environment’s goal is create a sustainable and environmentally sound fisheries management plan that builds on partnerships while utilizing the fishery resource in a way that promotes economic growth and contributes to the health and well being of the people of Saskatchewan. Learn more...

Competitive Fishing Events
This page will provide you with the information you need if you are planning a competitive fishing event. Learn more...

Bringing your boat into Canada
You can trailer or cruise your boat into Canada. Customs officers stationed along highway border crossings and at harbours issue permits, which must be returned upon departure as proof that the boat has left the country. Many destinations offer remote area border crossings that require you to register by telephone.

Originally posted at Ministry of Environment