Sport Fishing in Saskatchewan is, by far, one of the more popular activities enjoyed in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. There are over 100,000+ lakes and rivers to fish - some are easy to access and others take allot of planning and effort to access.
Saskatchewan is well known as a top notch fishing destination in Canada. Anglers arrive in Saskatchewan to fly fish on a river, to shore fish or troll on a lake or to enjoy some quality fishing moments while in the care and comfort of a remote fishing lodge or fish camp.
Some lakes and rivers permit motorized boats while other smaller and more northern remote lakes permit canoes, electric motors or row boats only. Most developed lakes provide boat launches and piers. Marinas operate on some of the larger lakes and rivers in the developed areas.
Some fishing destinations are easily accessed via a road or hiking trail. Most of the top wilderness fishing destinations in Northern Saskatchewan are accessed via a bush plane or floatplane.
The popular fish species in the lakes and rivers of Saskatchewan, Canada include Northern Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Burbot, Whitefish, Suckers and Yellow Perch.