My wife, Margaret and I, went fishing recently at Dore Lake, Saskatchewan. Dore Lake is a largish lake north east of the city of Saskatoon and is quite isolated. Despite the relatively flat terrain (compared to most other places in Canada), the area is quite beautiful, with deciduous and evergreen trees, wildlife and of course fish. That's not to mention the ever changing skies, which are very dramatic. There were eight of us in two boats, and although the fishing was not overly successful, there was enough beauty and activity to keep a photographer happy. Here are some photos.