Witsukitshak Lake

Witsukitshak Lake is a small (267 acre) lake located 30km WNW of Christopher Lake (Village) and 60km NW of Prince Albert.

The lake is within Prince Albert National Park.

The lake was officially named on 1929-03-05. The name Witsukitshak Lake is of Cree origin.

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Details

Fishing Zone: Central Zone
Park: Prince Albert National Park
Location: 53.66079313247775, -106.1856720328124
Shore Length: 8km
Surface Area: 267 acres

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Fishing at Witsukitshak Lake

Witsukitshak 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 Witsukitshak Lake is open from The Saturday before Victoria Day to September 30.

Fishing Limits for Witsukitshak Lake within Prince Albert National Park

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

Boating at Witsukitshak Lake

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Camping at Witsukitshak Lake

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Prince Albert National Park