Summer Fun at Saskatchewan’s Provincial ParksThroughout July, parks across the province will host tons of fun family-friendly events and activities.
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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.
Dec 19 2017
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.”
Dec 15 2017
Mike Borger fulfils his boyhood dream of fishing Lake Athabasca
Mike Borger has spent a lifetime pursuing his passion for fishing and adventure in the outdoors.
Dec 05 2017
Which lodge will you choose?
Choosing a lodge is the hardest part of planning a fishing vacation to Saskatchewan.
Dec 04 2017
6 Saskatchewan Craft Beers to Warm Up Your Winter
Just as light lagers and bright gold wheat beers are matched in the mind with long summer days spent on a patio, dark beers conjure up winter weather and gathering with friends.
Dec 04 2017
Snowy Season in the Boreal Forest: Two Ways
Embrace winter surrounded by the beauty of northern Saskatchewan. Enjoy front-country fun with the family or explore the boreal backcountry this snowy season.
Dec 01 2017
Where Nature Touches the Heart
Saskatchewan’s 100,000 lakes and rivers offer visiting anglers nearly 60,000 sq. km of fishing heaven.
Nov 28 2017
Your guide to making this a local holiday season
Here are some ideas to help you find the perfect Saskatchewan-made gift for friends and loved ones.
Nov 20 2017
Northern Saskatchewan's Pike Paradise
Everyone knows anglers are incorrigible liars. So for years I listened to tall tales about fishing in northern Saskatchewan with a healthy skepticism.
Nov 15 2017
5 Cool Things to See at Agribition
Every November, the Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) stages the largest agricultural trade show in Western Canada. Get your tickets and head down to experience cattle, cowboys and jousting. Wait, jousting?
Nov 09 2017
Lest We Forget
More than 4,000 lakes, islands and bays in northern Saskatchewan bear the names of individuals who lost their lives in military conflict. Doug Chisholm has photographed nearly all of these commemorative sites.
Nov 06 2017
Explore Picasso on the Prairies, and so much more at Remai Modern, now open in Saskatoon.
Nov 02 2017