National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous People’s DayJune is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day in Canada. As Saskatchewan continues to reopen, celebrations have been reimaged as virtual programs and events.
Jun 19 2020
Showing 7 results form Archive for the month December 2017
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 ParadiseGrowing 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
TriviaWhere in Saskatchewan can you view one of North America's largest outdoor light displays?
Dec 07 2017
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.
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 WinterJust 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 WaysEmbrace 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