The Weyburn Wildlife Federation will host the Third Annual Walleye Classic at Mainprize Lake on Saturday, June 8th.

According to Troy Kincaid, teams of two can register, or teams of three for those including a youth under 16.

He said they had a better turnout their first year, but their numbers last year weren't as good.

"I think just the economy and everything like that, it's taken effect on absolutely everything."

Kincaid noted there are always lots of big fish caught that day and everyone seems to have a good time.

"Friday night we'll have a rules night and a barbecue and get together with all the anglers and explain what's going on, and the rules, and then Saturday morning we'll send the flights out to fish. Four o'clock is cut off and we do our weigh-in and then go back to the Pederson Place for awards and another meal."

He reminded the tournament is catch and release.

Register HERE.