Mooneye in Saskatchewan

Photo of Mooneye

Details

Scientific name: Hiodon tergisus
Avg. weight: less than 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs)
Conservation status: Least Concern
General Limit: 8
Distribution: Found in 4 waters in Saskatchewan

Distribution

See where Mooneye can be found in Saskatchewan.

Distribution of Mooneye in Saskatchewan
All lakes with Mooneye

Fishing for Mooneye in Saskatchewan

General Limits

The limit for Mooneye is 8 in Saskatchewan provincial waters. Some provincial waters have different limits for Mooneye or are closed to fishing altogether.

Lakes with Mooneye

Results 4 Lakes (Displaying page 1 of 1)
Provincial Park Regional Park
Goldeye Mooneye Lake Trout Northern Pike Yellow Perch Rainbow Trout Walleye Lake Whitefish Burbot Lake Sturgeon Sauger
Lake Diefenbaker is a massive (107132 acre) Lake. Riverhurst Ferry Recreation Site, Danielson Provincial Park, Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, Palliser Regional Park, H
Provincial Park
Bigmouth Buffalo Channel Catfish Mooneye Northern Pike Yellow Perch Rock Bass Walleye Lake Whitefish Burbot Common Carp
Crooked Lake is a large (3977 acre) Lake. Crooked Lake Provincial Park is adjacent to Crooked Lake.
Goldeye Mooneye Northern Pike Yellow Perch Walleye Lake Whitefish Burbot Lake Sturgeon Sauger
Cumberland Lake is a massive (53972 acre) Lake.
Mooneye Northern Pike Yellow Perch Rock Bass Walleye Common Carp
Lake Of The Prairies is a massive (12407 acre) Lake.

Learn more about fish species found in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Freshwater Fishes - Waterproof Guide Ken Schultz's Field Guide to Freshwater Fishes

References