Fishing Saskatchewan: An Angler's Guide to Provincial Waters - by Michael Snook (University of Toronto Press)
Fishing Saskatchewan features fishing as a year-round activity, from summer walleye and pike fishing, to fly-fishing in the province's streams, to northern fly-in trips, to ice fishing. Sections dedicated to techniques and tackle provide specific information about how to fish for Saskatchewan fish. Chapters on fish stocking, commercial fishing, competitive fishing, and fisheries management look back over more than a hundred years of angling in the province.
Also included are detailed listings of the province's waters and how to get to them, one hundred historical and contemporary photos, and a handful of recipes for a tasty shore lunch.
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