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Fishin' Lac La Ronge


Saskatchewan is home to nearly 100,000 lakes and rivers and the best freshwater fishing in the world. Fly fishing, ice fishing, drive-in or fly-in, you'll find the fishing experience of a lifetime in Saskatchewan. Experienced fishing outfitters will help you find Northern pike, walleye, lake trout, Arctic grayling, rainbow trout and more. Tourism Saskatchewan
Boating Life Lac La Ronge

Boating Life

Cruise around island-studded Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan's 4th largest lake. Lots of room to ski, wakeboard and tube. Before heading out, be sure to pick up a reef map at the Tourist Centre, Montreal River Outpost or Eagle Point Resort. Boat launch locations


To avid canoeists, kayakers and stand-up paddle boarders, northern Saskatchewan ranks as one of the world’s great adventure destinations. Choose from over 50 mapped and documented routes or strike out on your own. If you’re up for it, the raging Churchill River crosses Saskatchewan north of the 55th parallel, challenging you with some of the most exhilarating whitewater around.Paddling route information


Miles of sand beaches for everyone! Beaches with play structures for kids or soak in the remote but accessible fine sand beaches of southern Lac La Ronge - the world is your oyster!Beach locations