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Wollaston Lake in Saskatchewan

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Wollaston Lake, located in northeastern Saskatchewan, Canada, is a vast and remote body of water covering approximately 1,035 square miles (2,681 square kilometers). It is one of the largest lakes in the province and is unique for being one of the few lakes in the world that drains naturally into two different watersheds, the Arctic Ocean via the Fond du Lac River and the Hudson Bay via the Cochrane River.

Renowned for its excellent fishing opportunities, Wollaston Lake attracts anglers from around the world, particularly for its trophy-sized northern pike, lake trout, and walleye. The lake's pristine waters and diverse aquatic ecosystem make it a prime destination for fishing enthusiasts seeking a wilderness adventure.

Surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield, the area offers stunning landscapes, with dense forests and rocky outcrops. Outdoor activities such as boating, kayaking, and wildlife viewing are popular, providing visitors with the chance to see moose, black bears, and a variety of bird species. The remote and unspoiled nature of Wollaston Lake makes it a haven for those looking to experience the tranquility and natural beauty of northern Saskatchewan.


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Medium: 12"x18"

Large: 16"x24"

Extra Large: 20"x30"

XX Large: 24"x36"

Gigantic 30"x45"

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