Description - Fishing Saskatchewan by Michael Snook
Fishing Saskatchewan features fishing as a year-round activity, from summer walleye and pike fishing, to fly-fishing in the province's streams, to northern fly-in trips, to ice fishing. Sections dedicated to techniques and tackle provide specific information about how to fish for Saskatchewan fish. Chapters on fish stocking, commercial fishing, competitive fishing, and fisheries management look back over more than a hundred years of angling in the province.
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(247mm x 171mm x mm)
University of Regina Press
Publisher: University of Regina Press
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Author Biography - Michael Snook
Michael Snook is a freelance writer, an independent television and film producer, and has been an avid angler for five decades. Originally from North Bay, Ontario, for the past nineteen years he has lived in Saskatchewan, and explored as many of its thousands of fishable waters as time allows. Michael is a tournament angler, past and founding president of the Saskatchewan Walleye Trail Tournament organization, a part-time fishing guide, and an active outdoor educator, specializing in providing family-oriented fishing seminars. As a writer, he has contributed to a number of publications, including Great Canadian Fishing Stories, edited by David E. Scott; Voyages, Canada's Heritage Rivers, edited by Lynn E. Noel; and Ken Schultz's Fishing Encyclopedia. For more than a decade Michael has written a weekly outdoors column for the Regina Leader Post. His feature articles have appeared in scuh magazines as Western Sportsman, Canada's Outdoor Sportsman, and Outdoor Canada.