Catch Limits

Catch limits apply to most Saskatchewan waters. "Limit" refers to the maximum number of fish you're allowed to retain or have in your possession. Anglers may retain no more than one limit of each fish species at any time. This includes fish that have been eaten that particular day and all fish that are at your camp, being transported by or for you or fish that are in storage.

General Catch Limits

The following general angling possession limits apply to anglers who are fishing exclusively on Otter Lake or other non-catch-and-release (non-CR) waters surrounding Thompson's Camps.

Fish Species Catch Limits Size Restrictions
Arctic Grayling 2 Only one may exceed 35cm (13.7")
Northern Pike 5 Only one may exceed 75cm (29.5in)
Lake Trout 3 Only one may exceed 65cm (25.9in)
Perch 25 n/a
Walleye 4 Only one may exceed 55cm (21.6in)

Catch and Release Designated Waters (CR) Limits

Catch and Release Designated Waters have specially reduced angling limits in order to help protect and sustain a fishery. Catch and Release Waters (CR1, CR2 and CR3 zones) are described in the Saskatchewan Angler's Guide.  It is manditory to use barbless hooks on all Catch and Release (CR) Waters.

Fish Species

CR1 Catch Limits

CR2 Catch Limits

CR3 Catch Limits

Size Restrictions

Arctic Grayling 1 1 1 or Cannot exceed 35cm (13.7")
Northern Pike 5 3 1 or Only one may exceed 75cm (29.5in)
Lake Trout 2 2 1 or Only one may exceed 65cm (25.9in)
Walleye 4 2 1 or Only one may exceed 55cm (21.6in)
 
Notes     Limit of 1 fish per day (total)  


Thompson's Camps Lakes that fall under the CR classification include: Blair Lake  (CR1) and Propp Lake (CR3)

Please visit the Saskatchewan Environment website for more information.


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