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Thursday, August 27, 2015

* All licence fees include GST (goods and services tax)

The following is a list of available angling licences and their associated fees.

Saskatchewan Resident

A person who is a Canadian resident, has their principal residence in Saskatchewan and have lived in Saskatchewan for the three months immediately preceding the date of licence purchase and includes members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, stationed and residing in the province or regular members of the Canadian Armed Forces who were Saskatchewan residents when recruited or deployed from the province.

Age 16 to 64

  • Annual Licence: $29.44
  • 3 Day Licence: (consecutive days - southern and central zones only): $14.72
  • 1 Day Licence (southern and central zones only): $10.00

Saskatchewan Resident Seniors

  • Not Available (N/A)
  • Saskatchewan resident seniors 65 years of age or older who produce proof of age and Saskatchewan residency do not require a licence to angle.

Youth (under 16)

  • Not Available (N/A)

Canadian Resident

A person who has their principal residence in Canada and who is a Canadian citizen or who has lived in Canada for 12 months immediately preceding the date of licence purchase.

Age 16 and older

  • Annual Licence: $58.87
  • 3 Day Licence (consecutive days – southern and central zones only): $29.44
  • 1 Day Licence (southern and central zones only: $15.00

Youth (under 16)

  • Not Available (N/A)

Non-Resident

A person who is not a Saskatchewan or Canadian resident.

Age 16 and older

  • Annual Licence: $78.51
  • 3 Day Licence (consecutive days – southern and central zones only): $39.25
  • 1 Day Licence (southern and central zones only): $20.00

Youth (under 16)

  • Not Available (N/A)

Lac la Ronge Endorsement Licence and Harvest Ledger

  • FREE
  • All anglers including seniors and children under the age of 16 who fish on Lac la Ronge require a Lac la Ronge endorsement licence and harvest ledger.
  • A harvest ledger must be obtained prior to the Lac la Ronge endorsement licence, as the harvest ledger’s serial number must be registered to the endorsement licence.
  • Harvest ledgers are available at all licence issuers. Lost or stolen ledgers must be replaced at ministry or park offices upon completion of a statutory declaration, with all trout harvest records transferred to the replacement ledger.

Please note: Only anglers intending to angle on Lac la Ronge should select the Lac la Ronge Endorsement when purchasing their angling licence online.



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