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NB1Spencer Lake

2019/2020 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.

CLOSED April 1 -to- May 14

OPENED May 15 -to- March 31

BAIT Allowed (including dead bait fish)

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Northern Pike 1 (all under 75cm must be released)
Walleye 2 (all under 50cm must be released)
Yellow Perch 15

Advisories

Spencer Lake is located in the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range and live ammunition is used in the area. Use of the lake by anglers is dependent on the approval of the Canadian Forces at the Base. If necessary for Base operations, access to Spencer Lake may be closed during some of the open periods listed. Due to safety concerns, the Canadian Forces does not permit overland access to Spencer Lake on any trails that are inside the Bombing Range boundary, including the trail between Seibert and Spencer lakes. Spencer Lake may only be accessed from the west tip of Spencer Lake and it is unlawful to go ashore inside the bombing range boundary.

Spencer is lake is ONLY open on weekends:
Friday 5:00 pm to Sunday 1/2 hour after sunset

Long weekends with Friday as statutory/civic holiday:
Thursday 5:00 pm to Sunday 1/2 hour after sunset

Long weekends with Monday as statutory/civic holiday:
Friday 5:00pm to Monday 1/2 hour after sunset

Christmas:
December 24th, 5:00pm -to- January 1st, 30 mins after sunset

Zone 3 - NB1

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:

Closed April 1 -to- May 14

OPENED May 15 -to- Mar 31

BAIT Allowed

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Trout 3 - limit applies to All Trout species combined
Bull Trout 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Arctic Grayling 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Northern Pike 3 (all fish under 63cm must be released)
Walleye 3 (all fish under 50cm must be released)
Yellow Perch 15

Streams:

Closed November 1 -to- May 31

Opened June 1 -to- October 31

Bait Allowed

Fish Keep limit (size restrictions)
Rules & Regulations are from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Arctic Grayling 0 - Catch & Release ONLY
Burbot 10
Lake Whitefish 10
Mountain Whitefish 5 (all fish under 30cm must be released)
Northern Pike 3 (all fish under 63cm must be released)
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 NB1, contact one of the district offices that are listed below.

  • Athabasca - (780)-675-2419
  • Bonnyville - (780)-826-3142
  • Lac La Biche - (780)-623-5247
  • Smoky Lake - (780)-656-3556
  • St. Paul - (780)-645-6313

Location Map

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