Saskatchewan offers a unique hunting ground for hunting big game and migrating birds with its plains that stretches as far as the eye can see. The beauty and the diversity of the landscapes make for a unique hunting experience in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan’s waters rank among the best freshwater in the world. They offer some of the best conditions for recreational fishing. The province has more than 100,000 lakes and rivers.
Many fish live here: Walleye, Brown trout, Monkfish, Arctic char, brook trout, bullhead, among others. The provincial flagship fish is the walleye (Sander ). Various fishing forms can also be practiced, such as bait fishing, ice fishing, archery and spearfishing.
Requirements for Hunting or Fishing:
- Have a valid hunting or fishing license
- Have a gun license for hunting
- Possess appropriate hunting equipment
- Have a valid driver’s license
The Conseil économique et coopératif de la Saskatchewan (CÉCS) has promotional guides (insert ) to . It also provides the public with hunting and fishing guides, updated annually in both official languages by the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Environment. These guides provide all the information you need to obtain the required permits and the regulations in force: