Alsask Lake

(Alsask Reservoir)

Alsask Lake is a medium sized reservoir located 17km SSW of Marengo and 187km NW of Swift Current. The lake has a surface area of 502 acres and is located at: 51.336366841899114,-109.87329280846241.

The lake is in the southern fishing zone. We don't know of any fish species that can be found in Alsask Lake.

There are no parks or communities on the lake. Alsask Lake is within Chesterfield No. 261 (Rural Municipality).

Buffalo Rubbing Stone Historic Site is 23km SW and Mantario Wildlife Management Unit is 20km NNE of Alsask Lake.

The lake was officially named on 1968-10-28.

About Alsask Lake

Fishing Zone: Southern Zone
Location: 51.336366841899114, -109.87329280846241
Shore Length: 9km
Surface Area: 502 acres

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Fishing at Alsask Lake

Alsask Lake is in the southern fishing zone.

What fish are in Alsask Lake

We don't know of any fish species that can be found in Alsask Lake. Please let us know if you do!

Fishing Season

Fishing season on Alsask Lake is open from May 5, 2024 to March 31, 2025.

Other nearby waterbodies

There are 1 other waterbodies near Alsask Lake. The most popular nearby lakes are:

Chesterfield No. 261

Alsask Lake is entirely within Chesterfield No. 261