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Cold Lake

Species: Trout

Coordinates: 54° 33€² 0€³ N, 110° 3€² 0€³ W

Location: Alberta

Surface Area: 373 km²

Why We Chose It: Lake trout; Good average sized fish

When to Fish: Early June, and January through to March are best.

Where to Fish: Fish along drop-offs and around mid-lake humps.

Tip: In June, troll Manistee Wobblers or FST Spoons. Under the ice, work large jig heads tipped with herring.

—Ryan Kohler, vice-president of Wild TV

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