Christopher Lake is a medium sized lake located 40km NW of Prince Albert in central Saskatchewan. Northern Pike and Walleye can be found in Christopher Lake.
The lake has a surface area of 1,643 acres and is located at: 53.56626582455422, -105.82591024771483.Boat Launch Beach Camp
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About Christopher Lake
Bays on Christopher Lake
There are 2 bays on Christopher Lake.
- Doyle Bay (Surface Area: 27 acres)
- Slottens Bay (Surface Area: 19 acres)
Islands on Christopher Lake
There are 1 islands on Christopher Lake.
- Campbell Island (Surface Area: 3 acres)
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Activities at Christopher Lake
Fishing at Christopher Lake
Northern Pike and Walleye can be found in Christopher Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.
Fishing season on Christopher Lake is open from May 15, 2023 to March 31, 2024.
Fishing Limits for Christopher Lake
|Northern Pike||Limit 5, only one may exceed 75 cm|
|Walleye/Sauger/Saugeye||Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm|
Boating at Christopher Lake
Swimming at Christopher Lake
Attractions at Christopher Lake
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park is located at Christopher Lake.
Christopher Lake Boat Launch
Bell's Beach Boat Launch
Kinasao Lutheran Bible Camp
Quest At Christopher Lake
Depth Charts for Christopher Lake
These maps were produced by the government a long time ago, using primitive methods. They are not intended for navigation and should not be expected to be accurate. The maps are interesting though and give you a bit of an idea of the shape and depth changes of the lake.
|Fishing Zone:||Central Zone|
|Park:||Great Blue Heron Provincial Park|
|Surface Area:||1,643 acres|
|Max Length:||14.61 km (9.08 mi)|
|Max Depth:||10.1 m (33 ft)|
|Inflows:||Christopher Lake diversion|