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ES1Mount Lorette Ponds

2017/2018 Fishing Regulations

Disclaimer: Although we strive for accuracy in our content, the following rules and regulations should only be considered a reference. It is your responsibility to ensure you are in compliance with all current rules and regulations. We assume no responsibility or liability for any inaccurate, delayed or incomplete information. Official information can be found www.albertaregulations.ca or call Alberta Sustainable Resource Development information centre at (780)-944-0313.

OPENED April 1 -to- March 31

BAIT Allowed (except bait fish)

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Trout 2 - limit applies to All Trout species combined (except Bull Trout are Catch & Release ONLY)
Rainbow Trout included in Trout limit & size restrictions listed above

Zone 1 - ES1

Disclaimer: Although we strive for accuracy in our content, the following rules and regulations should only be considered a reference. It is your responsibility to ensure you are in compliance with all current rules and regulations. We assume no responsibility or liability for any inaccurate, delayed or incomplete information. Official information can be found www.albertaregulations.ca or call Alberta Sustainable Resource Development information centre at (780)-944-0313.

General Regulations:

Lakes:

OPENED All year

BAIT Allowed (except bait fish)

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Trout 5 - limit applies to All Trout species combined (Bull Trout - Catch & Release ONLY)
Bull Trout 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Mountain Whitefish 5 (all fish under 30cm must be released)
Northern Pike 3 (no size restrictions)
Walleye 3 (all fish under 50cm must be released)
Yellow Perch 15

Streams:

Closed November 1 -to- June 15

Opened June 16 -to- August 31

Bait Not Allowed

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Trout 2 - limit applies to All Trout species combined (Bull Trout - Catch & Release ONLY)
Bull Trout 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Cutthroat Trout (all fish under 35cm must be released)
Rainbow Trout (all fish under 35cm must be released)
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Mountain Whitefish 5 (all fish under 30cm must be released)
Northern Pike 3 (no size restrictions)
Walleye 3 (all fish under 50cm must be released)
Yellow Perch 15

Opened September 1 -to- October 31

Bait Not Allowed

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Trout 0 - limit applies to All Trout species combined - Catch & Release ONLY
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Mountain Whitefish 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Northern Pike 3 (no size restrictions)
Walleye 3 (all fish under 50cm must be released)
Yellow Perch 15

Fish & Wildlife District Office Numbers

If you are uncertain about any of the information regarding the rules and regulations for ES1, contact one of the district offices that are listed below.

  • Blairmore - (403)-562-3289
  • Calgary - (403)-297-6423
  • Canmore - (403)-678-2373
  • Cardston - (403)-653-5158
  • Claresholm - (403)-625-1450
  • High River - (403)-652-8330
  • Pincher Creek - (403)-627-1116

Stock Report

The Alberta government stocks various bodies of water throughout the province. This helps maintain fish populations and provides better, more diverse fishing opportunities, and in some cases, establish new populations. For a full report on all stocked bodies of visit mywildalberta.com

Year Month Fish Species # of Fish Stocked Average Length
Stock reports are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
2015 August Rainbow Trout 800 27.1cm
2015 July Rainbow Trout 1,200 25.1cm
2015 June Rainbow Trout 600 24.0cm
2015 May Rainbow Trout 800 23.4cm
2015 May Rainbow Trout 600 23.6cm
2014 August Rainbow Trout 800 25.3cm
2014 July Rainbow Trout 800 24.2cm
2014 July Rainbow Trout 400 24.2cm
2014 July Rainbow Trout 800 25.0cm
2014 June Rainbow Trout 600 26.6cm
2014 June Rainbow Trout 600 28.2cm
2014 May Rainbow Trout 800 24.3cm
2013 June Rainbow Trout 800 23cm
2013 May Rainbow Trout 800 22cm
2012 August Rainbow Trout 800 26cm
2012 August Rainbow Trout 800 29cm
2012 July Rainbow Trout 400 26cm
2012 July Rainbow Trout 800 30cm
2012 June Rainbow Trout 800 27cm
2012 June Rainbow Trout 800 28cm
2012 May Rainbow Trout 800 25cm
2011 June Rainbow Trout 1,200 28cm
2011 May Rainbow Trout 1,200 28cm
2010 July Rainbow Trout 800 28cm
2010 June Rainbow Trout 800 27cm
2010 May Rainbow Trout 800 25cm
2010 May Rainbow Trout 800 26cm
2009 August Rainbow Trout 800 27cm
2009 July Rainbow Trout 800 25cm
2009 July Rainbow Trout 810 26cm
2009 June Rainbow Trout 800 26cm
2009 May Rainbow Trout 950 26cm
2009 May Rainbow Trout 650 28cm
2008 June Rainbow Trout 2,500 27cm
2008 May Rainbow Trout 2,100 26cm
2007 June Rainbow Trout 2,600 28cm
2007 May Rainbow Trout 2,400 27cm
2006 June Rainbow Trout 2,400 27cm
2006 May Rainbow Trout 2,400 25cm

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5 Day Weather Report

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