- Angling Licenses are available at SERM department offices and authorized license vendors across the province.
- Anglers must carry their licences with them while angling, and must produce the licence upon request by a conservation officer or RCMP officer.
- Angling licences are required by all anglers age 16 and over. Anglers under the age of 16 do not require a licence to fish and may legally take their own limit of fish, but only if they catch the fish themselves.
- Indians, as required under section 12 of the Natural Resource Transfer Agreement, do not require a licence when subsistence fishing.
- Licence agreements are in place on Athapapuskow and Cold Lakes.
- Saskatchewan angling licences are not valid in National Parks
To Order an Angling Licence over the Internet, Phone or Fax:
Ph (306) 787-2847
Fax (306) 787-8280
Anglers may catch a limit for each fish species in a single day. Daily limits include fish that are eaten or given away that same day. You cannot possess more than one limit of each fish species at any time. Fish that are at your camp, being transported by you or by someone else for you or stored at your home are counted towards your angling limit.
Regular Angling Limits
2 Arctic grayling, only one may exceed 35 cm
2 Channel catfish
4 Lake trout, only one may exceed 65 cm
2 Largemouth bass
6 Northern pike , only one may exceed 75 cm
6 Rock bass
5 *Stocked Trout (all species combined)
5 Walleye/Sauger , only one may exceed 55 cm
*Stocked trout species include brook, brown, cutthroat, rainbow, splake, and tiger trout as well as atlantic salmon
Catch and Release Angling Limits
Special reduced angling limits have been implemented on many waters across the province to help protect or sustain a fishery. Use of barbless hooks on all Catch and Release waters is mandatory. Consult the Anglers guide for these waters and regulations.
For more info on Saskatchewan angling regulations download a copy of the 2005 Anglers' Guide from the Gov't Web SiteNote:This is for information purposes only. It is neccessary for all anglers to review the provincial angling regulations for more detailed info on limits and regulations.