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Rawson Lake

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

 

Rawson Lake Alberta

Rawson Lake is a popular spot located up a steeper but not too long hike from Upper Kananaskis Lake. The water is clear but this lake is deep.

The fish in this lake are naturally reproducing so they are of all sizes. This is the largest I was able to pull out. You may be better off fishing the South West side of the lake along the scree slope as the water is deeper. Larger fish are often spotted swimming along the shore here.

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