Welcome to Sask Landing Fishing Adventures

Welcome to Sask Landing Fishing Adventures

Welcome to Sask Landing Fishing AdventuresWelcome to Sask Landing Fishing Adventures
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Rates and Equipment

Rates and Equipment

Rates and Equipment


Fully equipped boats with professional and courteous Guides.  All boats will accommodate 2 - 3 guests.  We have 5 boats available for larger groups if pre-arranged.  All guided boats are  $125.00 per hour and include fuel, bait, tackle, and safety apparel.  Lunches will be provided for trips  over our 4 hour minimum.


We can also assist groups on Pontoon boats.  We will provide Guides on   private or rented pontoon boats.  All rented pontoon boats must be booked through the Sask Landing Marina and will be the customers responsibility.


Rate is $125 per hour.

4 hour minimum on all trips.

Guide, fuel, bait, rods, tackle, and safety apparel supplied.


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Best Fishing Times

Rates and Equipment

Rates and Equipment


We are located out of Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park and we offer fishing for many fresh water species.  The most popular species are Walleye and Northern Pike.


Best Walleye fishing is May to mid August


Best Northern Pike fishing is mid Autust to October



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Links

Rates and Equipment

Links


Sask Landing Marina

http://www.sasklandingmarina.ca


Sew Wut

http://www.sewwut.ca

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Sask Landing Golf Resort

http://www.sasklandinggolfresort.com


Shrink Wrap-It Boat & Rod Covers

http://www.shrinkwrap-it.ca


Anchor Marine

http://www.anchormarine.ca


River  Runner  Recreation

http://www.riverrunnerrecreation.ca


Saskatchatchewan Outfitters

http://www.soa.ca


Swift Current Tourism

http://www.tourismswiftcurrent.ca


Saskatchewan Tourism

http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com







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2020 Fishing Season

Our Guiding Services are closed for the protection and well being of our clients and staff. We cannot maintain the 2 M social distancing while with others on the boat.  Once we get word from our health and governments officials that we are no longer at risk we will resume our operations.