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Boating in Saskatchewan

Whether you have a need for speed or are seeking peaceful, quiet solitude, you'll find just what you want on Saskatchewan's 100,000 lakes and rivers.

Saskatchewan's picturesque lakes and larger rivers are great for all types of boating. There's plenty of open space on the water for power boating, waterskiing and personal watercraft (PWC). You can bring your own boat and gear or rent what you need at many lakeside destinations.

Explore secluded rivers, streams and coves by canoe or kayak. Catch a prairie breeze in your sails - Lake Diefenbaker is a great sailing location. Go house boating with the whole family or that special gang of friends. Relax and soak up the sun on one of our many beaches.

Boating in our Saskatchewan means great facilities, reasonable prices, uncrowded waters and friendly people.

If you're looking to take to the water, make sure you're equipped with your Pleasure Craft Operator Card, commonly referred to as a Saskatchewan boating license, to ensure you have the knowledge you need to boat safely.

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Fishing in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan's popularity as a world-class fishing destination can be attributed to its large areas of unspoiled, natural beauty, its huge selection of close to 100,000 lakes and rivers covering almost 1/3 of the province, a large number of fishing lodges to choose from, and the province's famous living skies. From huge lakes like Athabasca - the fourth largest lake in Canada - to a host of others with equally great reputations like Cree, Reindeer, Wollaston, Hatchet, and La Ronge, expect a fishing experience that will call you back again and again.

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