Lost Echo Lake

Lost Echo Lake is a beautiful lake located on the far West side of Narrow Hills Provincial Park. It's surrounded by trees and is nestled in a glacier-formed valley in the Cub Hills.

The lake's outflow (Lost Echo Creek) was originally stocked with brook trout way back in 1934 and continues to be stocked with with both Brook Trout and Brown Trout.

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Stocked Fish Lake Trout Northern Pike Yellow Perch Brown Trout Brook Trout Walleye Lake Whitefish
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Details

Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Location: 54.12883515042385, -104.74962866593904
Shore Length: 5km
Surface Area: 236 acres
Max Depth: 13.7
Inflows: Caribou Creek
Outflows: Caribou Creek

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Narrow Hills Provincial Park

Boating at Lost Echo Lake

There are 1 boat launches/marinas at Lost Echo Lake.

Fishing at Lost Echo Lake

Lost Echo Lake is in the central fishing zone.

What fish are in Lost Echo Lake

Lake Whitefish, Northern Pike, Walleye, White Sucker and Yellow Perch can be found in Lost Echo Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.

Fishing Season

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

Fishing Limits for Lost Echo Lake

These are the limits for all fish species reported to be in Lost Echo Lake. All fishing limits for Saskatchewan.
Species Limit
Lake Whitefish Limit 8
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

Record of fish stocked in Lost Echo Lake

Stocked with 3,000 Brook Trout Fingerlings in 2023.
Stocked with 50,000 Walleye Fry in 2023.
Stocked with 3,000 Brook Trout Fingerlings in 2022.
Stocked with 3,000 Brown Trout Fingerlings in 2022.
Stocked with 2,000 Brook Trout Fingerlings in 2021.
Stocked with 50,000 Walleye Fry in 2019.
Stocked with 25,000 Walleye Fry in 2016.

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Lost Echo Wilderness Campground

The campground is pretty with most of the sites having a view of the lake. All sites require a reservation. There is no cell coverage at the lake or in most of Narrow Hills Provincial Park, so make sure to reserve a spot before arriving. If you need to make a reservation while in the park you can do that at the Park Office at Lower Fishing Lake or by payphone from Rainbow Lodge at Piprell Lake, Caribou Creek Lodge, Pine Ridge Resort, or Lower Fishing Lake Campground. The phone number for making a camping reservation is 1-833-775-7275, the phone line is open 7am - 8pm, 7 days a week.

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Lost Echo Lake Boat Launch

This is a primitive sand boat launch without a dock, but works for launching small boats and canoes.

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