Persse Lake

Persse Lake is 58.7 hectares with a maximum depth of 11.2 meters and a mean depth of 3.8 meters. Features present include an undeveloped boat launch, dock, non-modern washrooms, picnic area, parking and informative signage. Persse Lake is an aerated waterbody therefore open water hazards exist during the winter months. Targetable fish species present are brook trout, brown trout and yellow perch. Persse Lake is a “FLIPPR Lake”, whose mandate is to develop, create and sustain an abundance of world class stillwater trout fisheries in the Parkland. This lake is an electric motor only, aerated trout fishery within the “Parkland Trout Triangle”. More information on FLIPPR and Parkland Paradise can be found on the “Learn More” page.

From Roblin MB, on Highway 83, drive north for 42 km. Turn right at the Tees Lake Road sign. Drive down the gravel road until the 1st junction. Turn east(right) at the gravel road junction and go for 1.8 km where you pass between Persse and Tees Lakes. The road to the launch site and parking for Persse is to your left, up a small hill. Be sure to use only the main launch site for this lake because most of the surrounding land, docks and entry points are on private land.