Species: Pike, Trout, Walleye/Pickerel
Coordinates: 57° 22€² 11.5176€³ N, -106° 49€² 28.365€³ W
Why we chose it
Lake trout; Numerous five- to 10-pound fish and the odd 20- to 40-pounder
When to fish: Spring or late August.
Where to fish: Island shorelines and mid-lake shoals.
Tip: Troll a 90 Series Williams Whitefish tipped with a scented tube jig.
Pike; Light angling pressure, huge fish, and great scenery and accommodations
When to fish: Late June and early July.
Where to fish: Back bays.
Tip: Cast or troll large Whitefish, Wablers and Syclops (white or orange), or throw topwaters. Fly anglers use giant streamers or poppers.
Walleye; Light pressure and great scenery
When to fish: Right after ice-out (in late June/early July) and toward the end of August.
Where to fish: Small rivers and channels that feed into the lake.
Tip: Troll spoons or jig soft-plastic grubs.
—Scott Rawlings, host of Fishing Alberta