Hey guys, I've been a reader for a while now and just wanted to introduce myself as I am new to the province, and would like to get acquainted with some of the posters as well as the techniques used here. I'm from Coquitlam, BC and have moved to Saskatoon for work for the next couple of years. I've really enjoyed my stay here so far and look forward to some excellent fishing. I arrived with only a 5WT trout set up, but a couple days ago upgraded to an 8WT in hopes of targeting the great pike and walleye fishery you have here. I managed to make my first trip out yesterday which was used mostly a recon mission, but got my line wet at a couple of locations and was rewarded with my first pike via the fly. It was just a little 3 lb or so gaffer, but what a rush it was. I'm curious what system you guys might use to locate fishing spots around here? In BC I've always had a copy of the Backroads Mapbook, and use it religiously to "blueline" systems that I plan to target. However in Saskachewan, the Backroads Mapbook is only available for the southern region of the province which leaves me with Google Maps. I find Google Maps to be a far more difficult tool than the mapbook itself. Especially when out and about with a smartphone app and limited service. I will be going back to BC during my next set of days off to pick up a few more items like my belly boat, but I was wondering if you guys could help me out with some possible shore locations or smaller lakes that would suit a bellyboat in the future. I'm obviously not asking for secret locations, but I would appreciate some help as I feel lost in a province chalked full of freshwater options for a multitude of species. I do plan on travelling to the Cypress and Cub Hills areas at some point to target trout, but given the opportunities right in this area I would like to take advantage of it as much as possible. Not to mention my fly casting cold use some work, so until I hone in on them a little more, I'd like to keep the pressure off by targeting the warm water species around here which don't require a graceful presentation. I am greatful for any help you can provide, and would not be opposed to possibly venturing out with anyone willing to show a newcomer the ropes. Thanks in advance!