Heming Lake

Heming Lake is a small lake named after George Chetwynd Heming located 39km NE of Big River in central Saskatchewan.

The lake has a surface area of 281 acres and is located at: 54.115119249376065, -106.67674912096675.

Prince Albert National Park is located on Heming Lake.

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Fishing at Heming Lake

Heming Lake is in the central fishing zone.

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Fishing Season

Fishing season on Heming Lake is open from May 15, 2023 to March 31, 2024.

Fishing Limits for Heming Lake

Species Limit
Arctic Grayling Limit 2, only one may exceed 35 cm
Bigmouth Buffalo Limit 0
Burbot Limit 8
Channel Catfish Limit 1, which cannot exceed 60 cm
Goldeye Limit 8
Lake Trout Limit 3, only one may exceed 65 cm
Largemouth Bass Limit 2
Mooneye Limit 8
Northern Pike Limit 5, only one may exceed 75 cm
Perch Limit 25
Rock Bass Limit 6
Sauger Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm
Saugeye Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm
Smallmouth Bass Limit 0
Stocked Trout Limit 5, all species combined
Sturgeon Limit 0
Walleye Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm
Whitefish Limit 8

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Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park is located at Heming Lake.

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Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Park: Prince Albert National Park
Location: 54.115119249376065, -106.67674912096675
Shore Length: 7km
Surface Area: 281 acres

Nearby lakes

Purvis Lake 3.6km
Mitawanga Lake 4.1km
Mikisew Lake 4.4km
Osten Lake 4.7km
Bladebone Lake 4.9km

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