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Carnarvon Lake

Rating: 4 of 5
Species: Cutthroat Trout
Last Visited: 2009


Carnarvon Lake Alberta

Carnarvon Lake is a stunning blue color. You have to cross the Highwood River which can be deep earlier in the season and there is a steep climb that involves chains. This doesn't seem to stop many as it seems like a popular spot for hikers and fishermen.

The cutthroat in this lake are plentiful and you can sight fish when the wind is calm. I have visited this lake twice at first catching nothing over 12". The second time I caught three between 12" and 13.5". The fish don't seem to get any larger.. The fish is regularly stocked and does contain many smaller fish.












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