Burns Lake

Burns Lake is a medium sized (611 acre) lake located 51km NW of La Ronge and 231km NE of Meadow Lake (City).

Burns Lake was named after Owen Keith Burns on 1964-01-14 as part of the GeoMemorial Commemorative Naming Program ran by the Sask Government.

Boundary on map.


Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Location: 55.49138461304791, -105.7424215676174
Shore Length: 27km
Surface Area: 611 acres

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Fishing at Burns Lake

Burns Lake is in the central fishing zone.

What fish are in Burns Lake

Lake Trout, Lake Whitefish, Northern Pike and Walleye can be found in Burns Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.

Fishing Season

Fishing season on Burns Lake is open from May 15, 2024 to March 31, 2025.

Fishing Limits for Burns Lake

These are the limits for all fish species reported to be in Burns Lake. All fishing limits for Saskatchewan.
Species Limit
Lake Trout Limit 3, only one may exceed 65 cm
Lake Whitefish Limit 8
Northern Pike Limit 5, only one may exceed 75 cm
Walleye/Sauger/Saugeye Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm