Lower Fishing Lake

Lower Fishing Lake is a medium sized (901 acre) stocked lake located 51km ENE of Candle Lake (Village) and 115km NE of Prince Albert. It was last stocked in 2016 with 200,000 Walleye Fry.

The lake is within Narrow Hills Provincial Park.

The lake was officially named on 1952-03-06.

Campground Beach Boat Launch Cabins
Stocked Fish Northern Pike Yellow Perch Walleye Lake Whitefish Burbot
Boundary on map.


Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Location: 54.03461665515816, -104.6306255734596
Shore Length: 8km
Surface Area: 901 acres
Max Depth: 10.1
Inflows: Caribou Creek
Outflows: Stewart Creek

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Narrow Hills Provincial Park

Boating at Lower Fishing Lake

There are 1 boat launches/marinas at Lower Fishing Lake.

Fishing at Lower Fishing Lake

Lower Fishing Lake is in the central fishing zone.

What fish are in Lower Fishing Lake

Burbot, Cisco, Lake Whitefish, Northern Pike, Walleye, White Sucker and Yellow Perch can be found in Lower Fishing Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.

Fishing Season

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

Fishing Limits for Lower Fishing Lake

These are the limits for all fish species reported to be in Lower Fishing Lake. All fishing limits for Saskatchewan.
Species Limit
Burbot Limit 8
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 Lower Fishing Lake

Stocked with 200,000 Walleye Fry in 2016.

Cabins at Lower Fishing Lake

Bathymetric (Depth) Charts for Lower Fishing Lake

Lower Fishing Lake Campground

Lower Fishing Lake Campground is located at Lower Fishing Lake.

Open May long weekend until snowfall. Full services May long weekend to mid-Sep; reduced services remainder of year. Contact the park office for more details.

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Narrow Hills Provincial Park Office

The park office is located on the way into the campground. You can get maps and information about the park here. You'll also be able to book the various wilderness campsites in the park and access a pay-phone here.

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Lower Fishing Lake Campground Beach

A beautiful sandy beach with a playground, change-rooms and washrooms.

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Lower Fishing Lake Boat Launch

Lower Fishing Lake Boat Launch is located at Lower Fishing Lake.

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Lower Fishing Lake Campground Playground

Lower Fishing Lake Campground Playground is located at Lower Fishing Lake.

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Pine Ridge Resort

Pine Ridge Resort is located at Lower Fishing Lake.

Phone: 306-426-2123

Email: [email protected]
Website: https://pineridgeresortsk.ca/

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Narrow Hills Beach

Narrow Hills Beach is located at Lower Fishing Lake.

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There are quite a few private cabins at Lower Fishing Lake. Since they are within the Provincial Park they are all on land leased from the government. The cabin owners are represented by the Lower Fishing Lake Cabin Owners Association.

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Narrow Hills Scenic Drive

This scenic drive is a 19km round trip with stunning views over the valley. You'll drive along the highest ridge in Narrow Hills while looking down on various lakes and forests. There are interpretive signs along the way as well as access to hiking trails on a few lakes.

The drive goes from near the park office to a turnaround at a warm-up shack.

The road is very narrow, and conditions can be bad depending on the time of year.

In the winter the road is groomed as a snowmobile trail.

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