|Fishing License:||Resident and Non-resident licenses available|
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|Ice:||Cubes to Blocks|
|Knives:||Hunting, Lock Blade, Swiss Army Knife, Pocket, Filleting.|
|Water:||500ml to 20L containers|
|Batteries:||AAA - 6V, Automobiles and Marine|
|Propane:||Automobiles and small tanks for campstoves, BBQ's, lanterns.|
|Coolers:||9 to 15 qt. Ice Chest, 9 qt. to Large Styrofoam|
|Toiletries:||Shampoo, soap, toilet paper, men's supplies, ladies supplies, etc.|
|Camping Supplies:||From your trailer to your interior...|
|Insect Repellant Supplies:||A large selection to choose from|
|Cell Supplies:||Cords, Batteries, CB Radio, Antennas|
|Souvenirs:||Carrot River Pin, Saskatchewan Premier's Walleye Cup Pin, Pike Festival Pin|
|American Angler:||12V electric filleting knife|
|Angler Supplies:||Tackle boxes, fishing nets, pocket compass, folding saws, fish finders.|
|Cold Remedies:||A large selection to choose from.|
Nipawin Pike Festival June - October, 2000.
Saskatchewan Premier's Walleye Cup August, 2000.
Nipawin Vanity Cup Walleye Tournament October, 2000.
Surrounding Lakes & River Fish
|Walleye||Walleye traditionally prefer deeper waters, but are widely distributed throughout
Saskatchewan in all but the shallowest lakes. They vary in colour from brassy gold to
olive buff, mottled with black. The walleye gets its name from the milky colour of its
eyes. These are some of the finest eating fish you'll ever find in the province and can be
easily hooked on light tackle - jigs, live-bait, or jigging spoons. They take the bait
slowly, so you may lose your fish if you're too eager to set the hook.
Average weight: usually 0.5 - 1.5 kg (1-3 lb.) Record size: 8.21kg (18.06 lbs.), Tobin Lake, 1997. Catch and Release: 8.21 kg (18.06 lbs.), Tobin Lake, Saskatchewan
|Northern Pike||The northern pike, the most widely distributed sport fish in Saskatchewan, is
considered one of the fiercest and most thrilling of all freshwater game fish. The
"great northern" generally prefers shallow weed areas in lakes and can often be
caught in spring and fall in bays, off points and on sandbars dropping off into deeper
waters. To catch pike, use in line spinners, crank baits or spoons - a variety of shallow
Average weight: 1 - 2.5 kg (2 - 5 lb.). Tobin Lake, Saskatchewan: 38 3/4 lb.s