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Lake Newell

Species: Walleye/Pickerel

Coordinates: 50° 26€² 4€³ N, 111° 56€² 6€³ W

Location: Alberta

Surface area: 66.4 km²

Why we chose it:

Walleye; Huge fish

When to fish: Late June to early July, and mid- to late August.

Where to fish: The eastern shoreline in 12 to 24 feet of water, or work the tops and edges of mid-lake humps.

Tip: On bottom bouncers, pull spinner rigs tipped with crawlers or minnows (use green and silver blades and red beads).

—Scott Rawlings, host of Fishing Alberta

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