You can't mention the word 'fishing' in Saskatchewan without people thinking fondly about Nipawin and Tobin Lake.
Recognized in 2012 as western canada's 3rd greatest fishery by Western Sportsman Magazine, the Nipawin/Tobin Lake waterways yield an abundance of excellent fishing with plenty of opportunities to land a monster Northern Pike or Trophy Walleye.
Trimmed by the river portion of Tobin Lake with access to Codette Lake only minutes away, Nipawin is a well established fishing, camping and golfing vacation destination the whole family will approve of.
Tobin Lake boasts some of the best tasting, cleanest, safest fresh water fish meat in North America, however mercury advisories do exist. Pregnant women, children and those who regularly consume fish should avoid/limit eating
Pickerel over 50cm (19.5") Perch over 30cm (12") and Pike over 80cm (31.5").
Your Choice of lakes, both minutes from downtown Nipawin
The Walleye fishing record in Saskatchewan has been broken six times consecutively on Tobin Lake - which still proudly holds the world ice fishing record for walleye at 18.3 pounds. If you're looking for great fishing in Saskatchewan Canada on a lake that offers thousands of secluded fishing hotspots, look no further than Nipawin! TOBIN LAKE FISHING MAP
NEW LICENSING PROCESS IN EFFECT: Fishing Licenses now involve your one-time registration in the provinces database with an annual renewal.
Once you are in the database and you annual fee has been paid, your drivers license becomes your official fishing license.
Most marinas, campgrounds, outfitters sports retailers and gas stations throughout the province are equipped to help you register and pay. Starting in 2013 - You can buy your fishing license online
Tobin and Codette lakes are home to numerous Provincial, National and International fishing tournaments drawing professional anglers from across North America. With prize pools as high as $147,000 getting involved can be very lucrative. FIND A TOURNAMENT
Once the surface waters in Tobin and Codette Lakes freeze, fishermen flock to the lakes to enjoy the second fishing season. Nothing is more satisfying than hooking a massive walleye or pike and pulling it up through the ice.
Tobin Lake is home to the World Walleye Ice Fishing Record. The massive 18.30 lb walleye was caught by local fisherman Fr. Mariusz Zajac. If you're looking for a place to catch some big fish and enjoy the crisp pristine Saskatchewan winter, Nipawin is your ultimate destination!