Gass Lake is 13.6 hectares with a maximum depth of 15.6 meters and a mean depth of 2.7 meters. Targetable fish species present are rainbow trout and tiger trout. Gass Lake is arguably the most underrated tiger trout fishery in the province. The trail from the road is short which is commonly walked by anglers. Gass Lake also provides real productive shore fishing potential especially along the east shore. Don’t forget a landing net and camera or you’ll regret it.**Due to the nature of difficulty regarding access on backcountry lakes, launch access areas are restricted to small watercraft only.
Located 72.6 km from Swan River, MB off of PR #365 in the Porcupine Mountain Provincial Forest. The distance from trailhead to Gass Lake is 4.6 km. If road conditions are fair, users can park at the Gass Lake junction shortening the travels to <500m. The lake is located along a short hiking trail. The lake is most commonly accessed by foot in the summer months, or snowmobile in the winter months. Because of possible logging operations, be sure to contact the nearest government office for updated information before using this road. This trail is not maintained, and therefore fallen trees may complicate passage.