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    Waters of Parkland Prairie Zones 1 and 2 are home to a whole range of exciting angling opportunities distinct from those of the east and north no shortage of tempt-ing destinations throughout the year.Parkland Prairie receives the greatest fishing pressure, sport and commercial, due to the proximity of two major cities and the popularity of angling in Alberta. There are roughly 400 anglers per lake in the

    province compared to two per lake in Ontario and Manitoba.The lakes of the north offer some of the best fishing in the province. Sylvan Lake, the success story of Muir Lake, and Wabamun Lake, all showcase some of the best of the north. Farther south, the lakes are ac-cessible and productive, and are perfect for family out-ings. Both the open water season and ice fishing are pop-ular and ideal for fishing.

    Lake whitefish, yellow perch and northern pike are custom-arily the most sought-after sport species, although walleye fishing has grown in popularity through reservoir stocking. The majority of lakes, reser-voirs, streams and canals in the Prairies region are closed to fishing between April 1 and May 8. In the Parkland region, most lakes are closed form April 1 to the May long week-end. Remember, Alberta has a prov-incewide ban on barbed hooks and live bait.

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    Battle lake

    Battle Lake, a great spot for pike fishing, also gives up yellow perch, lake whitefish and the odd walleye.KarlK69 from iFish Alberta

    says, went fishing [last summer and]

    caught three walleye off a pickerel rig with nightcrawlers on em. And got a 6 pound and 2.5 foot pike on a rapala husky jerk.Other anglers from iFish Alberta

    report great pike fishing during winter months.

    Went fishing to Battle Lake on

    March 1st, 2 0 1 5

    [ a n d ] caught 4 Jack Fish, says Phil82 from iFish Alberta.Members of The Anglers Atlas have shared several map markers for Battle Lake. Check out the lake page at anglersatlas.com/lake/101798 for more informa-tion. While youre there, sign up to follow your favourite lakes. Stay informed when new information is added. Members can also add their own stories, tips and photos for their favourite lakes. Watch for challenges and contests coming this summer!The Battle River flows 800 km from Battle Lake to the Saskatch-

    ewan border, joining the North Saskatchewan River in Battleford, Sask. Battle Lake is great for ice fishing, too, but dont be tempted to drive on the ice. There is more than one truck at the bottom.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 52.9856Longtitude: -114.7690

    Battle Lake is l o c a t e d southwest of

    Edmonton, just past

    P i -g e o n Lake. Fol-low Hwy. 2 south to Hwy. 13. Turn right and contin-ue along this road for about 30 km to the south end of the lake. There is a regional park that of-fers overnight camping and a boat launch. Watch for the signs along Hwy. 13, about five kilometres past Ma-Me-O Beach.

    Surface Area 451 Hectares

    (1,114 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 12 metres (40 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 837 metres (2,746 feet)

    Survey Date August 1977

    Contour Units Metres

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    Buck lake

    Buck Lake, a quiet lake surrounded by the rolling hills of Wetaskawin near Dray-ton Valley, is known among anglers for its abundant wall-eye, northern pike, good-sized perch and lake whitefish.

    Buck is a good spot for fami-lies, offering kid-friendly fish-ing. Multiple iFish Alberta users report very high catch rates early in the morning and late in the evening during May and June. Wingnutt37 from iFish Alberta says, I was even able to catch a couple on my fly rod using a Zonker Steamer!The lake can undergo algae

    blooms in middle to late sum-mer.LAKE ACCESSLatitude:52.9856Longtitude: -114.7690

    Buck Lake is located south-west of Edmonton. Fol-low Hwy. 2 south to Hwy. 13. Turn right and follow this road for about 62 km to where the southeast shore of the lake

    meets the highway. There are two recre-ation areas on this lake: Buck Lake Recreation

    Area along the southeastern shore and Calhoun Bay Recre-ation Area along the northwest shore. Both have campsites and a boat launch. Buck Lake is the best equipped, providing boat launches, a fish-cleaning station, camping, firepits, fire-wood and water. Calhoun Bay is an unserviced recreation site. Campers should bring their own drinking water.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 2,540 Hectares

    (6,276 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 12 metres (40 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 882 metres (2,894 feet)

    Survey Date August 1977

    Contour Units Feet

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    chesterMere lake

    Chestermere Lake is a small reservoir east of Calgary that draws anglers in both summer and winter for yellow perch, rainbow trout, and northern pike. Anglers Atlas user gtk67

    writes, most of

    the pike in this lake are about 24 inches, [but] the odd bigger pike is occasionally caught.Members of iFish Alberta echo this enthusiasm. Re-ports are that ice fishing can be terrific here, and that there is enough action to keep kids entertained all day.Open water fishing can be equally productive. Pike tend to be caught more often than perch, though there are perch to be had for patient anglers.Just under five kms in length, the lake is a popular spot be-cause of its proximity to the city. The annual Chestermere

    Lake Water Festival held in August features a tagged fish with a $5,000 prize attached to it. North of the lake, boats have a speed limit of 15 km/h.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 51.0269

    Longtude: -113.8015

    Chestermere Lake, lo-cated in the

    city of

    C h e s -termere, is a short drive from Calgary. Only about 15 kms east of the city, Chestermere is at the junction of Hwys. 1 and 1A. There is a commu-nity boat launch on the eastern shore of the lake. Anglers can access another boat launch at John Peake Memorial Park on the lakes west side.

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    Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 212 Hectares

    (524 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 7 metres (23 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 1,028 metres (3,373 feet)

    Survey Date June, 1970

    Contour Units Feet

  • Page 10Parkland Prairie Fishing 2015 Free maps at www.AnglersAtlas.com

    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    chickakoo lake

    Chickakoo Lake, west of Edmon-ton, is considered a pothole lake. These lakes are ponds that form in natural hollows in the ground. The lake is small, but do not be deceived by size. Chickakoo is regularly

    stocked with rainbow and brook trout, often produc-ing two- to five-pounders.

    In 2013, the lake was also stocked

    with nothern w h i t e -

    f i s h .

    Sauer L a k e , w h i c h lies south of Chickakoo Lake, is stocked with rainbows. Due to the absence of feeder streams, fish populations sel-dom survive the winter. Early season ice fishing can still be productive, and anglers regularly report good catches through December.Check out the lake page for

    Chickakoo Lake on The An-glers Atlas website. Add your photos and tips while youre there. See anglersat-las.com/lake/101840.

    L A K E ACCESS

    Latitude: 53.6186Longtitude: -114.0743

    Located west of Edmonton. Fol-low Hwy. 16 roughly 30 km from city centre to Secondary Hwy. 779, and turn right. Continue along this road for about eight km and turn left onto Township Rd.

    540. About five km down this road, turn left onto

    Range Road 13. Chickakoo Lake is on the left side of the road, roughly one km from the turn-off.

    C h i c k a k o o Lake offers a day-use area but

    c a m p - i n g is prohib-ited. There is a marked trail system around the lake. The trailhead is located at the parking lot.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 26 Hectares

    (64 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 15 metres (50 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 736 metres (2,415 feet)

    Survey Date June 1970

    Contour Units Feet

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    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    eagle lake

    Although not quite five metres deep, Eagle Lake near Strathmore supports a reliable fishery for pike and walleye of decent size 5 lbs. or more.As well, Eagle Lake was stocked with 7,500 cutthroat trout fry in 2014. Fly anglers can easily catch their limit.

    The lake is prone to sud-den gusts, so be prepared if youre out on the water. Eagle Lake is rich in nutrients and undergoes dense blooms of blue-green algae through the summer months. Partly because of this and the shallow lake level, Eagle is preferred for its ice fishing rather than as a summer destination. Anglers report pulling up 20-40 pike per day. Fishing pressure, however, can be intense.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 50.9905Longtitude: -113.3480

    Follow Hwy. 1 east about 60 km from Calgary cen-tre to Range Rd. 243 on the right side of the highway. The lake is 7 km f r o m Strathmore.There is a r e c r e -

    ation area, including a boat launch, located roughly seven km from the turnoff on the right side of the road. The lake also has a commercial camp-site on the east shore of the lake. Ea-gle Lake Re-sort offers full ameni-ties.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 1,189 Hectares

    (2,938 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 4.8 metres (16 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 923 metres (3,028 feet)

    Survey Date June 1970

    Contour Units Feet

  • Page 13Parkland Prairie Fishing 2015 Free maps at www.AnglersAtlas.com

    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    gull lake

    Gull Lake is part of Aspen Beach Pro-vincial Park, a popular summer destination be-cause of its sandy beaches, warm water for swimming, and good fishing.

    The park fills quickly on sum-mer weekends due to its prox-imity to Red Deer and Edmon-ton.Large and shallow, the lake has been stocked with walleye in recent years. The west side of the lake is known for its good fishing.

    Trolling with bottom bounc-ers is effective for picking up big jackfish. Anglers can also catch pike and walleye casting off the dock. In the wintertime, whitefish, pike, and burbot are plentiful, good-sized, and usually easy to catch while icefishing. Use

    a slow retrieve with a small worm or beadhead nymph. Bait, including dead bait fish, is permitted in this lake. The diversion canal that drains into the lake is closed to angling year-round.Members of The Anglers At-las have posted several map markers for Gull Lake. Take a look at anglersatlas.com/lake/101915 for more infor-mation. LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 52.5633Longtitude: -114.0079

    Gull Lake is a short drive northwest of Red Deer. Follow Hwy. 2 north to Hwy. 12 and turn left. The lake is

    roughly 10 km from the turn-off and is located on the north side of the road. The park, one of the old-est in Alberta, is located on the southwest shore. Brew-ers Campground, serviced with 300 sites, includes a boat launch. If Brewers is full, anglers can always try Lakeview, Wilsons Beach or Javis Bay camp-ground, located 20 km south. The summer village is also among Albertas oldest, hav-ing been established before the First World War.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 8,060 Hectares

    (19,916 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 8 metres (26 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 899 metres (2,949 feet)

    Survey Date August 1961

    Contour Units Feet

  • Page 14Parkland Prairie Fishing 2015 Free maps at www.AnglersAtlas.com

    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    hasse lake

    Hasse Lake is another rela-tively shallow lake, one of the regions many pothole lakes. These lakes are called pothole lakes because they have no in-let or outlet. These are gener-ally very productive lakes and provide excellent habitat for fish.

    Hasse Lake used to be a lo-cal favourite and can still be a good place for a family ice fishing trip. In re-cent years, reports are that fishing had been slow. However, after a couple of years of down-turn, it appears that fish stocks may be rebounding.General provincial regula-tions apply here. At one time, Hasse Lake was stocked with rainbow trout, as were many pothole lakes, but this was dis-continued because of illegal stocking of pike and perch. Reports from summer 2014 suggest the trout numbers are low, but there are still big jack-fish to be hooked.

    After a severe winter kill in 2010, the province continues to stock the lake with perch and pike instead of reverting

    back to a trout fishery.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.4872Longtitude: -114.1738

    A short drive west of Edmonton. Follow Hwy. 16 to secondary Hwy. 779. Turn left and follow for

    about six km to Hwy. 628, also known as Township Road 524. Turn right and continue along this r o a d f o r

    rough-ly 30 km until H a s s e Lake. There is a day-use r e g i o n a l

    park with a boat launch. For a park map or to learn more, visit www.Parkland-Country.com.

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    QUICK FACTS

    Surface Area 81 Hectares

    (200 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 9.1 metres (30 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 730 metres (2,395 feet)

    Survey Date June 1970

    Contour Units Feet

  • Page 15Parkland Prairie Fishing 2015 Free maps at www.AnglersAtlas.com

    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    Jack Fish lake

    Scenic Jack Fish Lake is a structurally interesting lake with many bays, shoals and islands that enhance its productivity. As the name suggests, this is a good spot for northern pike.If the big ones arent biting, there is always perch and bur-bot to go after. The walleye f i s h e r y , unfortu-nately, r e -

    mains closed but the lake still has some larger walleye.Many iFish Alberta users report great fishing right from the dock. As mikkdundee writes, fished [in] the morn-ing from about 7am until 12pm and caught 35 walleye from the dock. Insane fish-ing!Ice fishing is also popular in winter, and Jack Fish Lakes close proximity to Edmonton makes it a popular spot for a an easy day trip. As a result,

    the lake gets quite busy during the summer months.Check out The Anglers At-las lake page for Jack Fish Lake. While youre there, add your own map markers, tips and photos. See anglersatlas.

    com/lake/130288.LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.4868Longtitude: -114.2413

    Located west of Ed-monton. Follow Hwy. 16 to secondary Hwy. 770 and turn left. Follow this road for about 10 km, at which point it reaches the eastern shore of

    Jackfish Lake.

    The lake has a day-use re-gional park equipped with a boat launch. Parking is $20 per day. The campground is located on the lakes south shore, but keep in mind there are only five campsites.

    For a park map or to learn more, visit www.Parkland-Country.com.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 239 Hectares

    (591 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 11 metres (35 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 730 metres (2,395 feet)

    Survey Date June 1970

    Contour Units Feet

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    keho lake

    Keho Lake, in northwest Lethbridge County, is an-other large, shallow pike pond.

    Keho has a reputation for pro-ducing trophy-sized pike with fairly consistent fishing year-round. The pike average 8-10 lbs. In addition, this lake can be a productive one for burbot, whitefish and, to a lesser de-gree, walleye. While the wall-eye fishery is closed for most of the year, there is a limited opening from December to February. Spoons are recom-mended for pike and walleye.

    Please consult the provincial regulations for more informa-tion before heading out. There is an advisory on consump-tion of pike and walleye from Keho. For details, visit www.albertafishingguide.com.

    With its extreme wind condi-tions, Keho is a popular spot for windsurfing, adding to its other attractions golfing, swimming, canoeing and kay-aking. LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 49.9500Longtitude: -113.0000

    To reach the lake, follow Hwy. 3, then turn north onto Hwy. 23. There are a few turnoffs to the lake that are found roughly five km before reaching Barons.The campground is operated by Keho Lake Golf Club, which operates a nine-hole course. The resort is located on Range Road 22-4 just north of Township Road 11-4. Drive 6 km north from Secondary Hwy. 519 on Range Road 22-4, or from Hwy. 23 on Town-ship Road 11-4 to Range Road 22-4, then north and along the southeast shore of Keho Lake.

    The Anglers Atlas QUICK FACTSSurface Area 1,502 Hectares

    (3,712 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 3 metres (10 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 964 metres (2,395 feet)

    Survey Date September 1963

    Contour Units Feet

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    lac ste. anne

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    Just west of Edmonton lies the well-known gem that is Lac Ste. Anne. Among anglers, the lake is primar-ily known for its productive wall-eye and pike fishing, although the lake also contains burbot and yel-low perch. Walleye fishing in the spring and early summer gets a thumbs up. As iFish Alberta user savage308 writes, went out [in mid-June.] Trolled with divers at about 6-8 feet. Caught 6 walleye, 2 pike. Great fun. Anglers can find productive pike fishing near the West Cove boat launch. Many iFish Alberta an-glers also recommend the nar-rows, especially on windy days as

    it offers some shelter. Blue-green algae often cuts oxygen levels in the lake by midsummer.Anglers Atlas members have loaded up the page for Lac Ste. Anne with tips, photos and map markers. Check it out and add your own! See anglersatlas.com/lake/101948 for more informa-tion.LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.7047Longtitude: -114.4132

    Follow Hwy. 16 west to Hwy. 43 and turn right. Continue along this road for nearly 25 km to Hwy. 33 at the town of Gunn.

    There are several access points around

    the lake

    with the village of Alberta Beach being a focal point for many ac-tivities. Note that parking is not allowed at the Alberta Beach boat launch. Camping is available at Alberta Beach Family RV Park and Campground.

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 5,473 Hectares

    (13,524 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 9.1 metres (30 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 723 metres (2,372 feet)

    Survey Date June, 1965

    Contour Units Feet

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    Caution: Do not use this map for navigational purposes. This map may not reflect current conditions. Uncharted hazards may exist. Base Map Province of Alberta

    Muir lake

    Mu i r Lake is an Alberta success story. A decade ago, the Muir Lake Rehabilitation Project transformed the lake by adding aerators to re-duce winter kill, restored the shoreline and stocked the lake with rainbow trout. Promoting the catch-and-re-lease philosophy has helped to ensure that the trout have a chance to grow larger.Great lake to fish, five minutes from my home, wrote imz-fishman, posting on The An-glers Atlas website. Caught this fish on a Woolly Bugger. I also caught a 10-pounder the same day!Last year, Cajed1 from iFish Alberta reported spin cast-

    ing has paid off with nothing smaller than 14 [inches]. So far plenty of 17-19 [inches] and a couple over 21 [inches].

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    made Muir Lake area one of the top fishing destinations for Edmontonions.Muir Lake is one of many lakes located within 100 km of Edmonton. Having great fish-ing so close to the city makes it easy to get out and enjoy, whether it be an extended va-cation or a quick day trip.

    Check out the info on The Anglers Atlas page for Muir Lake. See anglersatlas.com/lake/102000. While youre there, add your own photos and map markers. Videos are welcome, too!

    LAKE ACCESS Latitude: 53.6247Longtitude: -113.9654

    Muir Lake is located west of Edmonton. Follow Hwy. 16 to Spruce Grove

    and turn right onto Range Road 275. The lake is about five km along this road on the right side. There is a day-use

    regional park at the lake that boat launch.

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    Atlas, 2015

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 32 Hectares

    (78 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 6 metres (20 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 701 metres (2,229 feet)

    Survey Date Unknown

    Contour Units Feet

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    Pigeon lake

    Pigeon Lake resembles many other lakes in Alberta with its large area and relatively shallow depth. These conditions provide great habitat for walleye, northern trout, and lake white-fish, with walleye particularly abundant in these waters.Please ensure you are famil-iar with the provincial fish-ing regulations before heading out.The lake has seen some chang-es in the past several years. At present, a tag system is in place for catching walleye.

    Try a j i g - head with a minnow for starters. This may be all you need for a lot of action. Birddog44, an iFish Alberta user, reports steady walleye just off the drop in 20 feet of water. Anglers regu-larly report catching and re-leasing as many as 60 walleye per outing.In the summer months, blue-green algae sometimes grows. LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.0142 Longtitude: -114.0201

    Pigeon Lake is about 100 km southwest of Edmon-ton. Follow Hwy. 2 south to Hwy. 13. Turn right and con-tinue along this road for about 25 km to the south end of Pi-geon Lake. Ma-Meo Beach Provincial Park is located here. Alternatively, anglers can continue along Hwy. 13 to Secondary Hwy. 771 and turn right (north) leading to Pigeon Lake Provincial Park, 10 km from the turnoff. This park has overnight campaing and a boat launch.

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    QUICK FACTS

    Surface Area 9,591 Hectares

    (23,700 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 9.1 metres (30 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 852 metres (2,795 feet)

    Survey Date August 1961

    Contour Units Feet

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    Pine lake

    Pine Lake is a popular angling destination for pike and walleye, partly due to its loca-tion halfway between Edmonton and Red Deer. The lake is home to residents and cottage owners year-round. Set in a picturesque forested valley, it used to be known for its perch as well, but not so much in recent years. The Dimestore Fishermen have produced a YouTube video for Pine Lake. Volun-teer Kevin Wingert notes that changing fishing regulations to limit catches of pike and wall-eye allowed these two species to rebound. As a result, the perch were controlled. See the video at you-t u b e . c o m /w a t c h ? v = _U Q p -

    170pZ3M.iFish Alberta user Shawnf recommends trolling about 6 feet deep with rapalas in 15 feet of water. Another guest user recommends fishing with a jig and a minnow 7 metres

    deep. The Pine Lake Restora-

    tion Society actively monitors the lake water quality and

    works to con-s e r v e t h e

    lakes beauty and recreational values.If youve got fishing tips, pho-tos or stories for Pine Lake, head over to The Anglers Atlas. Members can share everything from tips to vid-eos. As well, sign up to follow your favourite lakes. Stay in the know, and hear about new information for your favourite places. See anglersatlas.com/lake/102021 for details.LAKE ACCESS

    Latitude: 53.9332706Longitude: -116.5765035

    To access Pine Lake from Red Deer, take Hwy. 2 south for 8 km, then turn east on Hwy. 42 and drive for about 25 km to the north end of the

    lake.A boat launch is located

    at Green Acres Camp-ground, on the west

    side of the lake. The Anglers Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 401 Hectares

    (991 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 13 metres (43 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 890 metres (2,920 feet)

    Survey Date June 1992

    Contour Units Metres

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    sherBurne reservoir

    Many of Albertas best fishing lakes are man-made reservoirs. Sherburne Reservoir, also known as Grassy Lake, is no exception.

    Walleye, pike, perch, bur-bot and whitefish are

    all present in Sher-burne Reser-

    voir.

    Pike fishing ranks as excel-lent, and walleye can reach a respectable size. While pike tend to prefer the shallower, weedier areas, perch can often be found in deeper water.Trolling or fishing from the dam are the most common methods. Spinner rigs with Spin N Glos work well.

    Perch feed voraciously in win-ter. Just off the boat launch is a good spot. Bring plenty of bait.iFish Alberta user Papa sug-gests, go in the inlet for pike.

    The canal inlet is on the south shore about near the west end of the reservoir. LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 49.7551Longtitude: -111.7453

    Sherburne reservoir is east of Lethbridge, approxi-mately 6.5 km south

    and 3 km west of the town of Grassy Lake. The reservoir is approximately 9 km long and runs from east to west. Follow Hwy. 3 east for about 80 km to secondary Hwy. 877 on the right side of the highway. Turn here and continue south for about five kilometres to the east end of the reservoir. The only concrete boat launch is located on the north shore about a kilometre west of the dam. Boaters also launch on

    the s o u t h shore at the canal inlet as well as the southeast corner of the dam. Random camping around the boat launch is permitted. There are no designated sites, toilets, picnic tables or camp kitch-ens. There is no camping fee, either, but the land is privately owned and visitors are expect-ed to treat it with respect.

    The Anglers Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 449 Hectares

    (1,109 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 12 metres (40 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 800 metres (2,625 feet)

    Survey Date Unknown

    Contour Units Feet

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    sPring lake

    Spring Lake, sometimes re-ferred to as Cottage Lake, has been the home of the Ed-monton Trout Fishing Club for more than 30 years. Less than 10 metres deep, Spring Lake is prone to winter kill. There are aera-tors in place to offset this prob-lem and ensure delivery of oxy-gen to the trout. As well, annual stocking with rain-bow and brook trout provides a steady supply of fish for anglers.

    For rainbow trout, iF-ish Alberta user Pikster recommends trying the deep area southwest of the island about 12-14 feet.A few patterns recommend-ed by the Edmonton Trout Fishing Club: Idaho Nymph, Green Montana Nymph, Leech, Dr. Spratley Pheasant Tail Nymph and Wooly Bug-ger.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.5179Longtitude: -114.1388

    Spring Lake is a popular rec-reation area in the summer and is a short drive west of Ed-monton. Follow Hwy. 16 west

    to the turnoff to Edmonton Beach, about six km west of Stony Plain. Follow this road south for seven km to Town-ship Road 524. Turn right and drive three kilometres to Ed-monton Beach Resort. While free public facilities are not available, permission to access this site can be obtained from the resort.

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    www.luckybuglures.com

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 80 Hectares

    (198 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 9.1 metres (30 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 724 metres (2,375 feet)

    Survey Date August 1960

    Contour Units Feet

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    st. Mary reservoir

    St. Mary Reservoir, also known as Spring Coulee Lake, can be a great lake for walleye, even if they are not very large.Northern pike, burbot and lake whitefish are also caught here.

    The campgrounds have ample shore fishing.

    Keep in mind the regulations for both the reservoir and the St. Mary River when plan-ning your target locations.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 49.3167Longtitude: -113.2000

    St. Mary Reservoir is located southwest of Leth-bridge. Follow Hwy. 5 for 53 km to the village of Spring Coulee. Turn right onto Sec-ondary Hwy. 505 and continue

    for seven km to the reservoir.

    St. M a r y

    R e s e r -voir Pro-v i n c i a l Recreation Area has two loca-tions near

    the dam one on the north

    shore and the other on the south shore. Both have

    boat launches. Boaters should note that some access restric-tions apply. The first recreation area, Low-er St. Mary reservoir, is lo-cated along the St. Mary river immediately downstream of the dam and has 38 campsites. The second, Upper St. Mary Reservoir, is along the south-ern shore and has 16 sites.For campground maps or for more infornation, visit the Al-berta Parks website at www.albertaparks.ca.

    The Anglers Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 3,723 Hectares

    (9,200 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 52 metres (170 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 1,103 metres (3,620 feet)

    Survey Date Unknown

    Contour Units Feet

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    sylvan lake

    Sylvan Lake residents can boast that the lake has some of some of the best fish-ing in Alberta. There are lake whitefish, wall-eye, perch, burbot and pike multiple Anglers Atlas users report trophy pike of 20

    lbs. or more. Whitefish

    a r e

    p l e n t i f u l , h o w e v e r , note that wall-eye must be released.Fishing from a boat is the way to go on Sylvan Lake because shore fishing opportunities are limited. Some of the shallower areas around the shoreline are more likely to hold pike, while perch can often be found in deeper sections.Multiple iFish Alberta users recommend using minnows as

    bait. Ice fishing is especially popu-lar on Sylvan Lake. Numer-ous iFish Alberta users report catching whitefish during the winter months. User slew sug-gests using a very small five of diamonds, smallest they make, tipped with a maggot....That is all I use for whites at Sylvan. The Anglers Atlas page for Sylvan Lake is loaded with

    photos and map markers. Add your own info,

    or fol-l o w

    the lake to be notified when new content is added. Never miss a thing! See anglersat-las.com/lake/102064 for de-tails.As always, please ensure you are familiar with the regula-tions before heading out.LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 52.3741Longtitude: -114.1877

    This lake is a short drive west of Red Deer. Follow Hwy. 11A west about 15 km to the southeast tip of the lake. There is a day-use recreation area along the southeast shore,

    but no boat launch. Instead, try the marina or Sun

    Haven on the north side of the lake.

    The Anglers Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 4,208 Hectares

    (10,397 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 18.3 metres (60 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) Unknown

    Survey Date August 1961

    Contour Units Feet

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    travers reservoir

    Walleye, pike, perch and burbot are all caught in Travers Reservoir, fed by the Little Bow River and Lake Mc-Gregor.The walleye fishing can be fan-tastic here with fish weighing up to 10 lbs. Some

    of the best fishing can be out from the spillway.Try heading up from Little Bow Provincial Park to the north arm. As one guest user from iFish Alber-

    ta writes, people can be seen fishing from shore [on the north arm]. Just anchor up and start casting No.1 or 0 size, or similar large spoons. Five of Diamonds, Red Devil, Nickel and Brass Plated, they all work. Fun for kids, as you will be able to see trailers.From a boat, crankbaits, spin-ners and jigs are effective. Target the 20- to 30-ft. depths for walleye and go deeper for perch.Ice fishing on Travers Reservoir is equally productive. Worms and maggots work well for bait.

    The Anglers Atlas lake page for Travers Reservoir is at an-glersatlas.com/lake/102072. Add your fishing tips and pho-tos, and sign up to catch all the

    lat-est in-formation.Please make sure you are familiar with the Alberta Fish-ing Regulations before heading out. The retention limits for walleye and pike are zero. As well, there are different limits and regulations depending on where youre fishing.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 50.1833Longtitude: -112.7167

    Travers Reservoir is located north of Lethbridge. From Hwy. 3 turn right onto Hwy. 23 and continue for roughly 50 km to secondary Hwy. 529. Turn right onto the road that wraps

    around the shore of the reser-voir. Travers Reservoir Provincial Recreation Area is on the eastern shore. The campground at Little Bow Provincial Park is located on the prairies facing the north shore of the reservoir, approximately 20 km south of Lomond and 9 km west of Hwy. 845. Amenities in-clude a boat launch and firepits.

    The Anglers Atlas

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 23,070 Hectares

    (57,000 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 40 metres (130 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) Unknown

    Survey Date Unknown

    Contour Units Feet

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    WaBaMun lake

    Wabamun Lake, west of Edmonton, is a popu-lar year-round destination for anglers lured by its pike and walleye. The lake is heavily stocked with walleye.Fishing is good to very good all along the north side be-tween the Hamlet of Fallis and Seba Beach, says Daryl Ostopowich, field staff for the Anglers Atlas. Ideally, you want to be about 10-15 metres away from the reeds and casting toward them. Trolling all along this area will also yield pike.

    Last September Ostopowich went out and anchored down in about 12 feet of water. Popular lures were Blue Fox spoons, Red Devils, Five of Diamonds, and perch-looking lures. In the morning and late evening, he suggests using darker colours on the spoons. Sometimes we use jigs, says Ostopowich. A black grub/twister with a yellow jighead does well in the morning and evening, and the opposite co-lours work during the day.Between the two of us, in about 1.5 hours, we caught ap-proximately 37 lbs. of northern

    pike (seven fish)!

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.5446 Longtitude: -114.6099

    Wabamun Lake is west of Edmonton along High-way 16. From Edmonton, head west along Hwy. 16 for about 62 km and follow the exit ramp to the village of Wabamun Lake. The Wabamun Waterfront Park is open in the summer and has a boat launch, day-use area, cookhouse and change rooms. Wababun Provincial Park is open from May 1-Oct. 31. With 276 sites equipped with power, the park is a popular destina-tion. There is a beach, picnic shelters, an RV dumping station and a large day-use area with two playgrounds. The park

    is only minutes away from the

    village, accessi-ble from the nature

    trails or by car.

    The Anglers

    Atlas, 2015

    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 7,777 Hectares

    (19,216 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 11.5 metres (38 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) 727 metres (2,385 feet)

    Survey Date Unknown

    Contour Units Feet

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    Wizard lake

    Only 50 km from Edmon-ton, serpentine Wizard Lake can be fished year-

    round for northern pike and yellow perch.

    Wizard is supposed to have walleye,

    but there are no re-

    ported catches.Burbot are also caught. These deep-water lurkers will take many different offerings, and, like pike, are considered oppor-tunistic feeders.Ice fishing for pike is especially popular, but watch for springs

    that can t h i n the ice.While the fish are mostly on the small side, the lake is surpris-ingly productive overall. Spring fishing is reported to be good for small and medium pike up to 5 lbs. The lake opens on May 15. The narrows are often more productive than wider stretch-es. Just past the boat launch, at a depth of 10-15 feet, is another hot spot. If you are casting from shore, try fishing in the evening at dusk near the campground. Try a Five of Diamonds.

    Until the late 1960s, the com-mon name for the lake was Conjuring Lake. First Na-tions legends suggest strange noises in the lake came from conjuring creatures. The creek draining the lake is still called Conjuring Creek.

    LAKE ACCESSLatitude: 53.1160Longtitude: -113.8846

    Wizard straddles two counties. The north-ern shore of the lake is in Leduc County and the south-ern shore is in the County of Wetaskiwin. The lake is located southwest of Edmonton. Take Hwy. 2 south to Leduc and turn right onto Hwy. 39. Follow this road for about 15 km to Secondary Highway 795 at the town of Calmar. Turn left and continue for an-

    oth-er 15 km to the lake turn-off, leading to the east end of the lake. Wizard Lake Jubilee Park is operated by Leduc County and offers overnight camp-ing, a day-use area, paid park-ing and a boat launch. The park is located on a for-mer coal mine. In addition to 114 sites, serviced and unser-viced, there is a playground, showers, power and firewood.

    By midsummer, the lakes popularity for watersports like tubing and waterskiing keeps some anglers away.

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    QUICK FACTSSurface Area 247 Hectares

    (610 Acres)

    Maximum Depth 11 metres (36 feet)

    Elevation (ASL) Unknown

    Survey Date November 1966

    Contour Units Feet

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    RB 2,000 24.5

    BROOKS BROOKS AQUADUCT POND

    RB 30,000 14.0

    CAMROSE DIPLOMAT MINE POND RB 5,000 17.3

    CAMROSE DIPLOMAT MINE POND RB 210 55.0

    CAMROSE DIPLOMAT MINE POND RB 3,890 18.5

    CAMROSE PLEASURE ISLAND RB 1,200 26.9

    CAMROSE TELEGRAPH PARK POND

    RB 1,000 26.9

    CARDSTON SPRING COULEE PARK POND

    RB 1,800 20.3

    CARDSTON OUTPOST (Police) LAKE

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    CLARESHOLM CHAIN LAKESRESERVOIR

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    CLARESHOLM CHAIN LAKES RESERVOIR

    RB 36,006 12.2

    CLARESHOLM CHAIN LAKES RESERVOIR

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    CORONATION HUBER RESERVOIR RB 6,000 17.0

    CORONATION CORONATION RESERVOIR

    RB 8,300 18.2

    DRAYTON VALLEY SARDINE LAKE RB 2,500 22.1

    DRUMHELLER FYTEN RESERVOIR RB 10,000 9.6

    DRUMHELLER MCLARENS RESERVOIR

    RB 12,000 9.2

    DRUMHELLER MICHICHI RESERVOIR

    RB 14,000 9.8

    EDMONTON FORT LIONS PARK POND

    RB 30 30.0

    FOREMOST FOREMOST RESER-VOIR (17-06-11-W4)

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    HANNA BLOOD INDIAN RES. RB 150,000 8.5

    HANNA HELMER RESERVOIR RB 5,000 14.5

    HANNA HELMER RESERVOIR RB 5,016 18.7

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    LETHBRIDGE RIVERSTONE POND RB 825 23.0

    LETHBRIDGE RIVERSTONE POND RB 1,000 26.5

    LETHBRIDGE NICHOLAS SHERAN PARK POND

    EB 258 40.0

    LETHBRIDGE NICHOLAS SHERAN PARK POND

    EB 100 36.0

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    LETHBRIDGE NICHOLAS SHERAN PARK POND

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    LETHBRIDGE HENINGERS RESERVOIR

    RB 11,094 15.1

    LLOYDMINSTER DILLBERRY LAKE RB 19,000 14.5

    MEDICINE HAT BULLSHEAD RESERVOIR

    RB 10,000 17.9

    MEDICINE HAT ECHO DALE PARK (05-13-06-W4)

    RB 2,000 24.5

    MEDICINE HAT CAVAN LAKE RB 30,000 16.2

    MEDICINE HAT CAVAN LAKE RB 34,648 17.4

    MEDICINE HAT CAVAN LAKE RB 4,140 18.5

    MEDICINE HAT MICHEL RESERVOIR RB 47,470 14.1

    MEDICINE HAT MICHEL RESERVOIR RB 4,135 12.0

    MEDICINE HAT SPRUCE COULEE RESERVOIR

    EB 11,000 18.0

    MEDICINE HAT REESOR LAKE RB 12,972 21.0

    MEDICINE HAT REESOR LAKE RB 11,028 20.2

    MEDICINE HAT REESOR LAKE RB 6,400 17.8

    OLDS HILLERS RESERVOIR RB 9,000 17.3

    OLDS HILLERS RESERVOIR RB 1,500 22.8

    OLDS HILLERS RESERVOIR RB 70 55.0

    OYEN ACADIA VALLEY RESERVOIR

    RB 6,000 16.4

    PROVOST CAPTAIN EYRE LAKE RB 4,000 20.7

    PROVOST CAPTAIN EYRE LAKE RB 1,000 18.0

    RED DEER DICKSON TROUT POND

    RB 15,500 19.5

    RED DEER DICKSON TROUT POND

    RB 831 18.6

    RED DEER DICKSON TROUT POND

    RB 4,169 18.6

    RED DEER DICKSON TROUT POND

    RB 10,365 17.7

    STETTLER BOEHLKES POND RB 5,000 18.5

    STETTLER KERBES POND RB 1,000 18.7

    STONY PLAIN MORINVILLE FISH AND GAME POND

    RB 1,000 26.9

    STONY PLAIN MORINVILLE LAKE RB 3,074 27.4

    STONY PLAIN MUIR LAKE RB 3,000 14.4

    STONY PLAIN MUIR LAKE BT 450 17.0

    STONY PLAIN CHICKAKOO LAKE RB 9,230 20.9

    STONY PLAIN CHICKAKOO LAKE RB 3,000 17.9

    STONY PLAIN CARDIFF PARK POND RB 15,000 9.7

    STONY PLAIN SAUER LAKE RB 3,134 20.5

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    STONY PLAIN SAUER LAKE RB 1,066 17.4

    STONY PLAIN SAUER LAKE RB 1,800 17.9

    STONY PLAIN STAR LAKE RB 8,040 16.5

    STONY PLAIN EAST PIT LAKE RB 11,600 16.3

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