Crooked Lake

Crooked Lake is a very small lake located 38km ENE of Big River and 93km NNW of Prince Albert. The lake has a surface area of 82 acres and is located at: 53.90978533202833,-106.47001040708768.

The lake is in the central fishing zone. Northern Pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch can be found in Crooked Lake.

The lake is within Prince Albert National Park.

Nesslin Lake Recreation Site is 21km E and Ness Lake Recreation Site is 22km E of Crooked Lake.

The lake was officially named on 1929-03-05.

About Crooked Lake

Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Park: Prince Albert National Park
Location: 53.90978533202833, -106.47001040708768
Shore Length: 2km
Surface Area: 82 acres

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Fishing at Crooked Lake

Crooked Lake is in the central fishing zone but since this lake is in the National Park different fishing limits and license requirements apply.

Fishing season on Crooked Lake is open from The Saturday before Victoria Day to September 30.

Fishing Limits for Crooked Lake within Prince Albert National Park

Species Limit
Northern Pike Limit 3
Walleye Limit 2
Lake Trout Limit 1
Whitefish Limit 5

Boating at Crooked Lake

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Other nearby waterbodies

Prince Albert National Park