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Fishing Destinations - Alberta 

Below is where you'll find some of the best fishing destinations in Alberta. There are a lot of them and we will continually be adding to this list. Want to add your fishing lodge or charter to the list? Contact us!

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Two and a half hours northeast of Edmonton is Lac La Biche. At 236 sq km, the lake is huge. Fishing in the lake is an exciting activity, and it has been known to yield fish of exceptional size. The challenge of reeling in a burbot or catching a trophy-sized pike or walleye will appeal to anglers. The lake also contains perch and whitefish.

Little Bear Lake

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Little Bear Lake is one of those lesser-known gems that is about twenty minutes from Cold Lake. The rainbow trout, which lurk in the tranquil waters, are the lake's most popular catch. Other species, including tiger trout, have also been caught.

Peerless Lake

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Peerless Lake, which is five hours north of Edmonton, is definitely worth the trip. The lake is quite large, has a fair amount of depth, and it has beautiful beaches, clear water, and beautiful scenery. If you've always wanted to try fishing for trout, this is a great northern lake to start. The lake has excellent trout fishing.

Marie Lake

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About 300 kilometers northeast of Edmonton is Marie Lake. The water in this northern lake is stunningly clear and truly unspoiled. The lake is also famous for its stunning beaches, but you'll need a boat if you go. The lake is suitable for the capture of whitefish, walleye, perch, and pike.

Cold Lake

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Cold Lake, which is in the province's northeast, is a haven for anglers. The lake is a great spot for sport fishing and has produced some large fish in the past. The lake also has a lot of different species, which will delight anglers of all ages and skill levels. Come try your hand at catching whitefish, lake trout, burbot, pike, perch, and walleye.

Siebert Lake

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There is so much more to Siebert Lake than just angling. You can also plan a stay at the Siebert Lake Campground in the Lakeland Provincial Recreation Area, which is also a beautiful and exciting place to fish. Siebert Lake is yet another northern treasure with unspoiled wilderness and crystal-clear waters. It is 265 kilometers northeast of Edmonton. This lake's pike fishing is legendary because it has yielded quality-sized fish. In addition to a regular fishing license, you will need a Trophy Lake license to fish in the lake.

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