Gull Lake Fishing Reports & Feedback

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by Cal_Fisher on Jul. 11, 2019

Am looking to take the boat to Gull, wondering if the water level raised up a bit.

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by Fishing365 on Jun. 27, 2019

It was still closed last Monday. I put a call into Alberta Parks and they said they are looking at a solution. They have to do shoreline studies before doing any work so I don't anticipate it getting fixed anytime soon. Can see that other launch becoming a zoo as camping season begins.

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by fishstew on Jun. 27, 2019

Does anyone know if the beach side launch at aspen is still closed and if they are going to fix it or....?

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by Pozzo on Jun. 25, 2019

I would like to take my son out on a little camping / pike fishing lake. Is this a worthwhile lake ? Are there better options near by ?

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by White master on Jun. 3, 2019

So you are all aware the pike limit is 0 not 3 over 63 like it says on here. Be sure to double check the regs.

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by Minnowdunker on Jun. 2, 2019

What we call 3 mile point is the point immediately NE of Sandy Point RV Resort. We've always had good luck fishing the drop off there.

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by Goodlife1 on Jun. 2, 2019

Where is 3 mile point?

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by Minnowdunker on May. 31, 2019

At Aspen the launch on the beach side is closed and the one on the campground side is still open but in bad shape! Not sure why these launches haven,t been repaired before they get so bad they have to be closed?? Fishing was decent off 3 mile point managed to fill a couple of tags.

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by Gillisj on May. 27, 2019

How's the north end launches? I know going thru sandy point is alittle rough.. 2 feet maybe.. looking for best option to launch. Thanks

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by Fishing365 on May. 21, 2019

Aspen is in, was hoping they would dig that launch out some more as it is super shallow, aside from the deeper hole right in the middle of the launch, it's maybe two feet around there at best.

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by shanty on May. 16, 2019

Anyone know if the boat dock is in at Raymond Shores

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by Gogglespizanos on Mar. 29, 2019

I am going to try Aspen again tommorow the road going to lake was crappy last week ice was dodgy will probably walk out. There was 3 feet still last Thursday so I'm.hopeful!

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by Fishing365 on Mar. 27, 2019

Drove out, half ton 4x4

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by blk on Mar. 26, 2019

Did you drive on the ice or walk out?

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by Fishing365 on Mar. 25, 2019

Was at Sandy Point today, access was ok but is breaking down. Then went to brownlows and lots of flooded water about six inches deep on top at the entrance. Once your past it is ok but it is starting to get rutted up. Not sure about the north end.

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by blk on Mar. 25, 2019

Owner of the Parland Beach store, what's the ice like now? Any chance of getting on the ice for the last weekend?

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by LRoss on Mar. 23, 2019

could someone comment on the extent of clear ice at Gull? Besides fishing, a little ice sailing is in order in late March if conditions are right

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by DC168 on Mar. 22, 2019

Went out yesterday. 2 feet of ice at NE end of lake. Soft and wet at access but still driveable. Good luck.

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by blk on Mar. 21, 2019

Any updates on ice condition?

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by DC168 on Mar. 19, 2019

2019 F&W Reg is out. No change in limits. Cheers.

by Dslug on Mar. 18, 2019

When you say Sunnyside do you mean the south end of the lake

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by Owner of parkland beach store on Mar. 16, 2019

Report just in ! Great fishing yesterday and today off sunny side dock,just a way our in 3ft water

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by blk on Mar. 15, 2019

What's the ice conditions after this warmer weather? Still safe to drive on? Thinking of heading out Sunday.

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by Weeman on Mar. 14, 2019

This province couldn't manage a goldfish, they've ruined this lake, years ago it used to be 10 fish per person than it went to 5 now 3 can't they tell that hey something just ain't working here!? Same with the pike 63cm is absolutely Brain dead management, that's the breeding pike we're stripping our lakes of, sask let's you keep anything but one trophy fish cause they want the old stock to keep reproducing, but here let's take out all the breeders, it's poor management, and they're wrecking it for all of us

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by ScottW on Mar. 14, 2019

Up the number of burbot to take home, problem solved.

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by DC168 on Mar. 14, 2019

F&W had done some good thing here. About 40 years ago, they brought white fish from Pigeon to Gull. It became a good sport fishing spot for many years. However, the walleye program changed the balance of the ecology here. IMO.

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by BoBo on Mar. 12, 2019

Gull Lakes fish numbers have been declining for many years now and most people donclining for many years now and most people don’t even go there any more because the lakes fish numbers are so low due to over fishing but the main reason is because of fish and wildlife. They have done an absolute terrible job of monitoring the fish numbers and have ignored it to the point that there is very little fish left. Just another example of a lake dying because of fish and wildlifes lack of caring and some fishermen taking way more then they need t

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by DC168 on Mar. 6, 2019

More walleyes and less whites and perch here. It seems less people coming to Gull this winter. Obviously it is no longer attractive to some fisherman. The walleye program (tags) is failing, similar to Wabamun, Pigeon and Sylvan. IMO.

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by Big-hook on Mar. 2, 2019

Went fishing on the 28th for 6-7 hrs different spots only seen a few white fish this lake in the past 13yrs has really declined

by Packersfan on Mar. 2, 2019

Going out tomorrow hows the fishing been

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by Owner of parkland beach store on Feb. 19, 2019

Over the family day weekend reports coming into store. One dad reported he was out with the children yesterday and had a great days fishing caiught Perch, pike, Burbit and white fish !, things are picking up of Sunnyside area

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by Mikey69 on Feb. 16, 2019

Keep reading Open may 15 to Oct 31 AND Dec 11 to Mar31

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by I h8 weeds on Feb. 16, 2019

Regulations say lake is open May - October. But people are ice fishing. Can anyone clarify this for me

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by Greg Nesbitt on Feb. 14, 2019

Can anybody point me in the right direction to catch perch in this lake.

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by Tom2017 on Feb. 13, 2019

Can anyone tell the thickness of the ice?

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by Owner of parkland beach store on Feb. 9, 2019

Not many reports coming in store last few days, bitter cold so take care if you are out on the lake this weekend, fresh bait in today

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by Goodlife1 on Feb. 2, 2019

ZERO burbot from yesterday to MARCH 31

by Mikemilly on Feb. 1, 2019

Out at sandy point, started early, caught a big burbot while still setting up, thought it was a 1 and done day, 5 hours later another good sized burbot up and a small/med pike 30 min later, nothing else, long slow day but better than a good day at work! Tight lines and determination! Water was clear and shallow about 8’ and roughly a metal rappleas scoopers depth of ice... used minnows and standard jig head setup, nothing special, all caught, photo’d and released, will return!

by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

Sorry meant central Alberta

by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

Burbot are a very good eating fish For people that want to take fish home. Southern Alberta lakes are very overfished. Keep the destroyers of a lake and throw back the good ones

by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

Burbot eat everything! No wonder they are easy to catch. Watched one on Camera gorge it self on fallen baits.

by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

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by ScottW on Feb. 1, 2019

I believe the burbot are the problem.

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by Ziebiez on Jan. 29, 2019

Fished Sunnyside on Sunday. Fishing was good late morning walleye & jack. Afternoon slow with 1 burbot. Late afternoon was busy with lure staring walleye. Lots in hole on camera but wouldn't take anything. Massive Burbot came through but never took the bait!

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by Dslug on Jan. 29, 2019

There's something going on in this lake was out last 2 weekends and never seen thing in depths from 4ft to 25ft on 4 different areas...very disappointing. If anyone catches any Carp please report it to Fish&wildlife. Also beware between Wilson's beach and pelican point there is a strip of flood water on the ice

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by Zoltrix on Jan. 26, 2019

Good to hear they are still in there haha. Fishing's been pretty slow for me this year. A friend said he caught a few carp in the lake from a boat this past summer, I've been wondering if they are effecting the game fish yet... There's not a ton of info I've found, but Alberta states not to put them back. Kill them and throw them in a garbage can or eat them.

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by Owner of parkland beach store on Jan. 26, 2019

Report from one fisherman, all five species of fish seen on camera but not choosing to bite !, be carful of going out on the lake this weekend please drive slow if passing shacks. South end think the fishing derby is today ?.

by mapman_yyc on Jan. 19, 2019

Ice Report: 15 in
Measured in multiple locations off of the point between Aspen Beach and Brownlows.

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by Dmack on Jan. 19, 2019

Can anyone tell me where is a good place to get on the ice with vehicle. We have our trailer but will be leaving it on shore due to ice thickness. My wife and I are heading out on Monday. Thanks!

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