Olsen Lake Olsen Lake is 13 hectares with a maximum depth of 6.6 meters and a mean depth of 3.7 meters. Brook trout are the targetable fish species present. Olsen Lake was stocked regularly with trout in 90s and 2000s but fell off the stocking list as access continued to get worse. Today, Olsen is […]

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Nick Lake Nick Lake is 3.4 hectares with a maximum depth of 16.1 meters and a mean depth of 4 meters. Brook trout are the targetable fish species present. This small lake does experience periodic winterkills, so be sure to contact the local angling community for lake updates. **Due to the nature of difficulty regarding […]

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Mirror Lake Mirror Lake is 15.4 hectares with a maximum depth of 33.3 meters and a mean depth of 10.8 meters. Targetable fish species present are brook trout and lake whitefish. Mirror Lake is a unique fishery with considerable depth, believed by some locals to be a meteor lake. The fishery provides ideal habitat for […]

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Black Beaver Lake Black Beaver Lake is 72 hectares with a maximum depth of 6.7 meters and a mean depth of 2.1 meters. The lake has multiple canoe/kayak/small boat access points. Features present include a fishing dock and bench on a trail off of the main route on the west side of the lake. Targetable […]

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West Blue Lake West Blue Lake is 95.2 hectares with a maximum depth of 40.3 meters and a mean depth of 13.9 meters. Targetable fish species present are brook trout and walleye. Angling facilities available are an undeveloped boat launch with dock, angling dock with benches, filleting station and parking areas. This lake is most […]

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Two Mile Lake Two Mile Lake is 47.1 hectares with a maximum depth of 21.6 meters and a mean depth of 5.7 meters. Features present include an undeveloped boat launch with dock, 2 angling docks with benches, filleting station, non-modern washrooms and limited parking. Targetable fish species present include splake, rainbow trout, brook trout and […]

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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 […]

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Gull Lake Gull Lake is 120.8 hectares with a maximum depth of 21.1 meters and a mean depth of 7.3 meters. Features present include an undeveloped boat launch, dock with bench, filleting station, day use picnic area, non-modern washrooms and parking. Targetable fish species present are splake, rainbow trout, brook trout, lake whitefish and yellow […]

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Steeprock River The Steeprock River originates at North Steeprock Lake and meanders eastward through the Porcupine Mountains until it eventually flows into Lake Winnipegosis. Angling opportunities exist throughout the river from the upper reaches to the lower reaches. The Steeprock River is primarily stocked with brook trout, although other species have been stocked including tiger […]

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Pine River The Pine River originates at Pine River Lake in the Duck Mountains and meanders east through the escarpment until it eventually flows into Lake Winnipegosis. Angling opportunities exist primarily in the middle and upper reaches of the escarpment. The Pine River is primarily stocked with brook trout and rainbow trout. Access There are […]

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