Spend the day fishing on one of these lakes during your next visit to Edmonton, Alberta. These fully guided tours offer a great day of angling for a variety of species and are a perfect day trip from Edmonton. There are several lakes to choose from as well as a river trip on the Athabasca River.
Hanmore Lake is located 1.5 hrs northeast of Edmonton, in the county of Smoky Lake. This lake has tremendous Northern Pike action. There is always a good chance to hook onto a 10 to 20 pound Pike. Other game fish in this lake are Perch, burbot and Lake Whitefish.
Lac La Nonne is located approximately one hour north of Edmonton. Within this lake, there are numerous opportunities to catch Northern Pike, Walleye, Perch, Burbot, or Lake Whitefish.
Baptiste Lake has Northern Pike to 25lbs, Walleye (Sometimes called Pickerel) to 10lbs, Perch, Lake Whitefish, and Burbot. There are great opportunities to hook onto a very large Pike in this lake. This lake is west of the town of Athabasca.
Calling Lake is 60 km north of the town of Athabasca. This lake has Pike to 20 plus pounds, Walleye to 12 lbs, Whitefish, Perch and Burbot. This is a very beautiful and big lake, with great opportunities to catch either trophy Pike or Walleye. One of the top lakes in Canada for catching large Walleye.
Fawcett Lake is located approximately 2.5 hours north of Edmonton. This lake has Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Burbot, and Lake Whitefish. This lake produces great catches of Northern Pike and Walleye, at times you need to rest from reeling in fish.
North Buck Lake is located east of Boyle. This lake has Northern Pike to 20 lbs, Walleye, Jumbo Yellow Perch, Lake Whitefish, and Burbot.
Orloff Lake has Northern Pike, Walleye, Perch, Lake Whitefish, and Burbot. This lake is a great Walleye location for ice fishing. Orloff lake is about 80 km north of Athabasca.
Rock Island Lake is only another 45 kms north of Calling Lake. This lake has Northern Pike to 20 lbs, Walleye to 8 lbs, Whitefish, Perch and Burbot. This is a beautiful wilderness lake with many structures to fish at.
Athabasca River has many areas where you can fish. This river does produce some large fish; Northern Pike to 20 plus pounds, Walleye to 14lbs. There are always opportunities to catch other game fish such as: Goldeye, Rocky Mountain Whitefish, Burbot, or even Grayling.