Cutbank Lake

Cutbank Lake is a medium sized (1811 acre) lake located 19km ENE of Eatonia and 146km NW of Swift Current.

The lake was officially named on 1959-09-10.

Northern Pike Yellow Perch Walleye
Boundary on map.


Fishing Zone: Southern Zone
Location: 51.28628449969194, -109.13401311708402
Shore Length: 25km
Surface Area: 1811 acres

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Boating at Cutbank Lake

I don't have any boat launches, or marinas reported for this lake. Let me know if I'm missing one!

Fishing at Cutbank Lake

Cutbank Lake is in the southern fishing zone.

What fish are in Cutbank Lake

Northern Pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch can be found in Cutbank Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.

Fishing Season

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

Fishing Limits for Cutbank Lake

These are the limits for all fish species reported to be in Cutbank Lake. All fishing limits for Saskatchewan.
Species Limit
Northern Pike Limit 5, only one may exceed 75 cm
Yellow Perch Limit 25
Walleye/Sauger/Saugeye Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm

Newcombe Wildlife Management Unit No. 1