Anyone who knows fishing in Saskatchewan knows Tobin Lake, one of the top fishing locales in North America. It’s the place where a world record walleye was caught through the ice back in 2005.
There is a very good chance someone will pull a very big fish through the ice during this weekend’s Drill Your Own Hole Fishing Tournament at Tobin. Sponsored by the Tobin Lake and District Rec Board, it starts Saturday at 10 a.m., is open to all ages, and costs just $10 to enter. All money from entry fees goes into cash prizes.
At last count, 200 fisher people were registered and there is room for 250. Call 306-873-8565 for more information or register at email@example.com to take part.
This is the third year the resort village, which is about 35 km northeast of Nipawin, has hosted the event. Amy Shipley, the community’s mayor and a tournament organizer, said it was conceived as a way to give people a break from the…