Saskatchewan Fishing Trips
Saskatchewan is one of the world’s top premier fishing destinations. In fact, the largest Lake Trout ever recorded came out of Lake Athabasca, Saskatchewan. When it comes to fishing, we have high standards, and do our best to set realistic expectations. Call us to discover how easy it is to book your dream trip with Outdoors International.
Fishing Hotspots in Saskatchewan
The largest Lake Trout ever recorded came out of Lake Athabasca, Saskatchewan!
Lake Athabasca is the 9th largest lake in North America and boasts a reputation for some of the largest freshwater fish in the world. The largest Lake Trout ever recorded was caught here, and it weighed in at a whopping 102 pounds! The Canadian record for Northern pike was also caught here weighing in at 42 pounds.
Saskatchewan fishing season starts the 3rd Friday in June & goes to the first Friday in October.
- Remote, fishing lodge in a roadless area.
- Fish for lake trout, Northern pike or both.
- You can expect to catch pike over 40 inches, and lake trout over 20 pounds.
- Fly fishing can be amazing as well!
You can expect to catch Northern Pike over 40 inches as well as Lake trout over 20 pounds throughout the week. If you have never felt the power of a 25 pound Lake trout or If you are a fly fisher and have never caught a 40” Pike, this should be on your bucket list.
Look no further for Canada’s best fresh water fishing for Lake Trout and Northern Pike.
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