Walleye Fishing SaskatchewanDon’t let your dream home be the one that got away! If you are a fishing enthusiast, Saskatchewan is the right province to you. We are home to over 100,000 lakes, including Lake Athabasca, the deepest lake in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Northern pike, walleye, trout, perch, pickerel and jackfish are found within Saskatchewan’s many lakes. 

Whether you are a casual angler who just likes to dangle a line once in a while, or a full-on every-week lake warrior, there is water and a summer cabin or all-season home waiting for you. 

Within an hour’s drive of Regina, the Qu’Appelle chain of lakes (Echo, Pasqua, Mission, Fishing), Last Mountain and Buffalo Pound lakes are all great summer recreational sites, as well as scenic and popular ice fishing sites to set up your winter ice-fishing hut.

What is great about Saskatchewan is that you can fish year round.  In the winter you will see the popular lakes filled with fishing shacks.  Some shacks are even equipped with couches and wood stoves.  Just find your spot, park your shack, and you are ready for ice fishing all winter.Ice Fishing Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan record walleye was caught by Father Mariusz Zajac on January 4th 2005 at Tobin Lake.  His fish weighed in 18.3 pounds and at one point held the world record!

Imagine being able to cast your line from your deck or having your coffee on the boat before your morning commute. If fishing is your passion, contact the Tourney Group to find your angler’s dream home.