Moose Population for Hunting – A 2013 Forecast

In the final months of 2012, various websites and magazines began discussing the moose populations through Saskatchewan and surround areas. The Saskatchewan Environment (http://www.environmentalsociety.ca/main/) is saying that the moose have gradually increased in numbers over the past thirty years… and since then, there has been talk of increasing populations in 2013. So,.. What does this… Read more »

2012 – 2013 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide & Season Information

With just a few months left in the 2012-2013 fishing season, let’s take a look at what lies ahead for fishing in Saskatchewan. The 2012 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide proposes future changes for next season. Currently, we are looking at limit changes on trout, but so far no mention of walleye or pike. The changes also… Read more »

Fishing For Walleye during the Winter Months

As you may well know, the best time to catch walleyes is during semi or total darkness, as walleyes are “low light condition feeders.” Walleyes are adapted to capture their prey in very low light, when their prey has limited vision. The most fervent walleye anglers are never looking to catch during the daylight, sticking… Read more »

Catch and Release Fishing

So, you want to participate in catch and release fishing. Although it sounds like a simple concept, there are some points to remember when catching and releasing, to ensure the highest chance of fish survival. Since the main idea behind catch and release fishing is the conservation of native fish, it is important that we,… Read more »

Practicing Proper Hunting Etiquette

Each hunter has his preferred prey, but one thing holds true for all hunters alike. Etiquette. Truly respectful hunters practice the proper etiquette when stalking and killing prey. Practicing appropriate behavior and protocol shows others that you are responsible, respectful, and a pleasure to hunt with. When you respect the prey and the property owners,… Read more »

History of Reindeer Lake

Some Reindeer Lake History The first thought when out on the on Lake Reindeer will most likely be, “Wow, this is what the great outdoors is really like.” Lake Reindeer is located on the border between Saskatchewan and Manitoba, far north close to the Northwest Territories. It’s the second biggest lake in Saskatchewan and the… Read more »

Fishing Adventures Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Well, a new year has started and the preparation for winter and spring fishing has begun. Now is the time to plan that fishing trip you’ve been waiting for. The holidays are over, hopefully the decorations are down, and now it is time to relax. Scientists are hard at work running studies and experiments to find the… Read more »

Celebrating Your Catch With Delicious Meals

Generally, anglers feel the fishing reward throughout the entire event. The preparation rewards you with excitement and hope; it rewards you when you spend hours attempting to hook a walleye or pike. The adventure rewards you when you feel tired after a struggle with a fish. The entire adventure is rewarding and complex, but the… Read more »

Fishing Northern Pike in Saskatchewan

Four Tips for Pike Fishing   Fishing for northern pike is an exhilarating and exciting event for anglers of all ages. This genera of fish is relatively easy to hook and difficult to catch, since they attract to most lures and their size is impressive. Luckily, for us, Lawrence Bay Lodge is home to many… Read more »

Utilize Youtube to Improve Moose Hunting Tactics

Many of us grew up with our fathers and grandfathers, hunting a variety of game and learning different tactics along the way. But a lot of people take up hunting on their own, without having had the help of a friend or family member to develop skills and techniques. Even for the very experienced hunters,… Read more »

Moose Archery – How should I set up My Bow?

You are probably in one of two situations if you’re reading this post: 1 – You’re an avid archer who usually hunts game like whitetail or mule deer. 2 – You’re an avid rifleman or outdoors-man who is trying his hand at moose archery. In either case, here’s some advice on setting up your bow… Read more »