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Hogarth Lakes

Rating: 4.5 of 5
Species: Cutthroat Trout
Last Visited: 2007


Hogarth Lakes Alberta

Hogarth Lakes are an easy hike from the parking lot. They are clear so some sight fishing is possible. The first two lakes should hold fish and are fishable by shore the third seems too shallow and marshy. At the time I visited the second lake was where the action was.

It is not clear how many fish are in these lakes but there are some of decent sizes like the 13" above. The action was pretty good and I would assume its possible they get larger too. The Cutties have been stocked in here frequently.












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