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Ribbon Lake

Rating: 3.5 of 5
Species: Cutthroat Trout
Last Visited: 2007


Ribbon Lake Alberta
Ribbon L ake is generally reached from a steep hike from Ribbon Falls backcountry campground. Be aware that this involves climbing up a steep cliff where chains have been installed. This will not be for everyone. There are other ways to access the lake if you choose. The lake itself is clear and is gets its water from a stream and several springs which are visible in the sand on the north side. For more information on the area click here.

The fishing was slower in the lake. There are plenty of small fish that are generally too small to take a hook. However there are larger ones in here like the one above in the range of 13"












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