Andrzej Maruszewski of Calgary, Alberta is our rainbow trout winner for 2010. Richard Olson of Champion, Alberta is our rainbow trout winner for 2007. Lake sturgeon can live up to 100 years, the longest life span of Alberta's cool-water fishes. Milton’s fish weighed in at 9.61 lbs (unofficial) with a 17” girth. Conrad Mackid of Calgary, Alberta is our 2013 Alberta Angler of the Year! An awesome walleye! The Alberta Fish & Game Assciation is the official Wildlife Records keeper for the province of Alberta. Did we forget your favourite Alberta fishing lake? Pigeon Lake is easily accessible from both Red Deer and Edmonton and is known to produce some of the most consistent walleye fishing in the province. Jenifer Stevenson of Evansburg, Alberta is our rainbow trout winner for 2008. Whether you are a complete newbie who found a Spiderman fishing rod at a garage sale or a seasoned fisherman with thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment, this map should help you find a great fishing spot. TOO MUCH TO CHOOSE FROM? A special walleye licence tag is required for some bodies of water and While the lake’s sandy shoreline attracts many a beachgoer, anglers in the know flock here for excellent fishing for perch, northern pike and walleye. Denis’ rainbow was caught at Twin Lakes near Rocky Mountain House and weighed in at 11 pounds. Terry Foster of Strathmore, Alberta is our 2003 Alberta Angler of the Year! Records of trophy big game, birds and fish have been kept for almost half a century, documenting the outstanding quality of fish and wildlife resources in Alberta. Bill also released this tremendous fish back to its waters. © 2020. Keith’s pike weighed in at 29.8 lbs. We created this new map to help you find a great fishing spot to call your own. This walleye weighed in at 11.5 pounds and had an 18.5” girth. Dec 04, 2017 34" Walleye from Lake Diefenbaker! Jerry’s walleye was caught in the Oldman River and measured in at 32 1/2 inches in length. Go to MyHealth Records and login with your confirmed MyAlberta Digital ID to create your MyHealth Records account. You can find your way to these and many more of Alberta’s best fishing lakes with the help of our Alberta Backroad Mapbooks and GPS Maps! Keith’s pike measured in at 48.5 inches, 6.5% longer than the provincial record for northern pike. 8 oz. Keith’s pike was caught at Namur Lake, a fly-in lake north of Fort McMurray. Elaine Bates of Crossfield, Alberta is our 2002 Alberta Angler of the Year! Wesley’s 30.25-inch, 12-pound rainbow trout was caught out of Lower Kananaskis Lake near Canmore. The Alberta Fish & Game Assciation is the official Wildlife Records keeper for the province of Alberta. or visit Joseph caught his rainbow out of the Elbow River near Calgary. Milton Metzger of Flatbush is our Walleye Champion for this 32” walleye caught out of the Pembina River. All Rights Reserved, Landowner Compensation and Damage Prevention. If you prefer to keep your catch, there are good numbers of lake whitefish to target here with a 10 fish retention limit currently in effect, while burbot and northern pike offer additional catch-and-release thrills. Larry’s rainbow was caught at McVinnie Reservoir near Picture Butte. Easily accessed from Edmonton via Highway 16, Wabamun Lake is well known for its productive pike and walleye fisheries. Rob Butz of Calgary, Alberta is our 2008 Alberta Angler of the Year! Costs vary depending on age and residency. The provincial record lake trout was even caught here weighing in at 23.6 kg (52 lb). October 14, 2020. Ben Steele of Calgary, Alberta is our 2012 Walleye Champion. Richard’s’ rainbow was caught in the McVinnie Reservoir and weighed in at 12 pounds. Clayton Wierenga of Neerlandia, Alberta is our northern pike and overall champion for 2010. David Fairless of St. Albert scored this fantastic pike out of Thurston Lake near High Level. Cole Corah of Calgary, Alberta is our Northern Pike Champion and our 2014 Alberta Angler of the Year. license, which can be purchase at the park's information centre. Fed by the Little Bow River and Lake McGregor, the Travers Reservoir is a large, deep waterbody that holds a lot of fish. Thank you for your understanding. Please see the AFGA yearly records listed below as printed for each of the Alberta Fish & Game Association’s Wildlife Awards Banquets held in April each year. Andrzej’s walleye was caught in the Red Deer River near Drumheller and measured 33” in length, which is 93% to the provincial record. So enjoy your visit at the Freshwater World Records. Located in the appropriately named Lakeland Provincial Rec Area, Pinehurst Lake is known for producing some large northern pike along with walleye, yellow perch, whitefish and burbot. The big waters allow these fish to reach enormous sizes, with walleye growing up to 6 kg (14 lb) and pike reaching 14 kg (30 lb). In fact, there are regular reports of anglers catching and releasing up to 60 walleye in a day in this large, shallow lake. Gerald Tkachuk of Hinton, Alberta is our northern pike and overall champion for 2006. COMING SOON! regulations, please choose from the following national parks in Paul Deme of Taber, Alberta is our Rainbow Trout Champion for 2017. We also appreciate how you keep fishing friendly plus sites clean and safe for everyone to enjoy. Victor Dyck of Brooks caught this 29 1/4” rainbow and becomes our Rainbow Champion. This gorgeous walleye tipped the scales at 14.2 pounds and measured in at 34.5-inches long. Mr. Baldie is our 1999 walleye champion of the year. Tyler Uzelman of St. Albert, Alberta is our Northern Pike Champion and our 2012 Alberta Angler of the Year. July 10, 2017 Carp record from Valport! We created this new map to help you find a great fishing spot to call your own. Map Courtesy of Northern Alberta Backroad Mapbook. The following are provincial angling records, as administered and provided by the Alberta Fish & Game Association. Victor Dyck of Brooks, Alberta is our Walleye Champion for the second year in a row. Male sturgeon do not spawn until they are about 15 to 20 years old. Alberta fishing licenses and Alberta WIN cards are required weather you are keeping your fish or not. with a 15.5” girth. Jerry’s walleye weighed 15 lbs 0 oz. It is full of great photos and interesting stories from members, as well as wildlife trends and statistics supplied by Alberta Environment & Parks (formerly: Sustainable Resources Development – SRD). John’s walleye weighed in at 16 lbs 2 oz. Jenifer’s rainbow was caught in Paddle River Dam Pond and weighed in at 4.5 pounds. national parks licenses at Make sure to verify your MyAlberta Digital ID within 30 days of your sign up to continue getting up-to-date Alberta lab results, medication, and immunization information in MyHealth Records. We are happy to have you visit the sites and are even happier when you continue to follow all public health guidelines. We have the world records for all the types fish in fresh water. Jason’s walleye tipped the scales at 14-pounds 6-ounces and measured in at 33.5-inches long. Ben’s walleye tipped the scales at 12.5 pounds and measured in at 31-inches long. The fish scored 3% longer than the provincial record and weighed an incredible 13 lbs. Alberta’s provincial record bull trout was even taken from Lower Kananaskis Lake, weighing in at a whopping 8.14 kg (17 lb, 15 oz). This fish scored 92% in length to the provincial record, stretching the tape to 29.5”. 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