Gull Lake Fishing Reports & Feedback

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Average of 50 ratings as of May. 11, 2020

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by Fritzy1475 on May. 11, 2020

Looking to fish on Friday the 15th. Never fished the lake this early in the year. Are the fish up shallow? Would you still use jig and minnow or bottom bouncers? Thanks

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by Icefishnguy on Mar. 31, 2020

There aren’t any trout in gull. Likely a whitefish?

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by Icefishnguy on Mar. 31, 2020

There aren

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by weFish on Mar. 28, 2020

We're heading out in the morning. Last word was thick Ice still near our at brownlows. We tagged two walleye last time and has a couple trout on camera too. Wouldn't mind some feedback on the ice road. I'm thinking it'll be...icy. we were motor deep on the augers last go. Three weeks ago. Looking forward to done isolation time.

by Deuce on Mar. 19, 2020

How are ice conditions lately?

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by DC168 on Mar. 18, 2020

New 2020 regulation allow one walleye 45-50cm.

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by Fishpro on Mar. 14, 2020

If I get one, I will keep it.

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by Fishpro on Mar. 14, 2020

I wish that lake is dead.

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by Fishpro on Mar. 14, 2020

Caught 20 walleye.

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by weFish on Mar. 13, 2020

Anyone been out this week? Just wondering ice thickness? Assuming G2G

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by Catch-em on Feb. 22, 2020

Rumour is next year no tags for walleye it will be limit 1 slot size that will be nice if it's true.

by Rangerguy on Feb. 20, 2020

looking to take the grandsons fishing to Gull this week. things still slow out there for perch? the whites starting to get aggressive??

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by BAR on Feb. 10, 2020

Fished out from Sunset on the 9th. Seen 2 whites, caught one walleye and one pike.

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by obsessed on Feb. 5, 2020

noiburger what part of the lake are you fishing

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by Noitburger on Feb. 4, 2020

Landed 5 pike yesterday biggest being 36inch, hooked into but lost 7 whites, managed to land 1. Also caught 4 walleye. Today I caught 4 pike, 4 eye, and 4 whites putting one back and keeping my limit

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by Breetai.tull on Feb. 4, 2020

Was out there by the group of cabins on5he lake Feb 1. From 8-3pm miserable day and saw a few pike swim by and caught nuthin

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by BrentHansen on Feb. 4, 2020

Fisher-Queen the ice by Birch Bay was 18-20 inches thick 2 days ago. There was a Half ton

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by Fisher-Queen on Feb. 3, 2020

Can anyone recommend a lake.that can support the weight of a trick and trailer for fishing o

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by Fisher-Queen on Feb. 3, 2020

Can you park a trailer on Gull Lake yet?

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by BrentHansen on Jan. 30, 2020

Ice is about 16” thick up at Sunnyside. Was fishing at a depth of 10 feet. Caught 1 22” pike. Saw 1 whitefish and numerous small perch. Very slow going.

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by GDolan on Jan. 29, 2020

The ice was 12-14%u201D thick out from Brownlows Landing as of January 26th. After the cold snap it thickened up a bit more. How's the fishing on the west side of the lake?

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by JDK on Jan. 29, 2020

Does anybody know how thick the ice is now?

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by BAR on Jan. 27, 2020

Fished for about three hours in the AM, out from Sunnyside. Only seen one Pike

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by YIGAF on Jan. 25, 2020

Fished three spots on different days this past week that have always been productive. Sunrise till noon and it’s even a new moon. Not one whitefish! It’s a disaster. Fourty years of good recreation and family enjoyment down the tubes! I would prefer if the walleye numbers were drastically reduced and the other species given a fighting chance. However, it may be too late to fix this failure.

by Ings629 on Jan. 19, 2020

Ice Report: 15 in
Meridian beach boat launch approximately 500 yards from the shore.

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by raytsesss on Jan. 17, 2020

please share the ice report after extreme cold weather

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by DoneMyChoresSeeYa on Jan. 11, 2020

Always had good luck with Bourbot at Gull. Highly recommend a night or two with Adventure Ice Fishing. Run by Jarred and Trina, they offer the best on ice cabins in Alberta.

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by Weeman on Jan. 11, 2020

Well when you have the limit at 20 for multiple years thab 5 now 3 it's bound to happen

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by DC168 on Jan. 10, 2020

Gull lake whites were brought from Pigeon about 40 some years ago. It became a popular sport fish for many years. It is unfortunate that it is disappearing.

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by Catch-em on Jan. 9, 2020

12 inches sunnyside

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by Maraxus on Jan. 9, 2020

ScottW, The original species in Gull are pike, perch and burbot. The whitefish and Walter's were introduced. Burbot is actually quite delicious and refered to as "poor mans Lobster". Some people just think they are garbage because they don't know how to fillet them. Burbot is a native species. I don't see them often, and never have.

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by YIGAF on Jan. 7, 2020

Quite the comment ScottW. Reminds me of the couple from Falun who during the March spawn years ago were trying to give me some whitefish. The wife boasted, “I’m kicking my husbands butt.....he’s only caught 24 whites and I’ve caught 29!” Yes, there is lots of blame to go around. And yes other than the walleye, Gull lake is a disaster.

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by DC168 on Jan. 3, 2020

The walleye program destroyed other species. Even the pikes lost the battle with walleyes. Whites and perches are disappearing. Just like Pigeon and Lac St Anne, nothing much left but only walleyes. It is extremely unbalanced. The food chain is broken. Eventually, the walleyes have nothing to eat but themselves.

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by Weeman on Jan. 3, 2020

It's not the lake it's poor management this province couldn't manage a goldfish right, leave the limit at 10 for all them years now 3 and it's to late

by wallynuts on Jan. 2, 2020

It’s a lousy lake now. You could sit for hours before you get a glimpse of anything. Much better lakes to go and have action

by Iron Phoenix on Jan. 1, 2020

Ice Report: 12 in
Birch bay

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by iamhungry on Jan. 1, 2020

Started at Wilson beach for morning nothing. Went over to aspen for afternoon saw absolutely nothing. Last time I ever go here. Been fishing this lake since I was a wee lad always limited out on whites last few years it's not even worth the fuel to go out.

by SvenB on Dec. 29, 2019

Has anyone been catching at brownlows? i have a shack at 16’ and no action

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by lhefford on Dec. 28, 2019

Sorry to break it to you ScottW, but burbot are not an invasive species, nor do they destroy lakes. Check your facts.

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by ScottW on Dec. 28, 2019

The refs should increase the amount of burbot to be taken home. It is an infasive fish that destroys lakes. So ignore the refs and take all you want home. They are the easiest fish to catch for a reason. And they taste ok

by Ziebiez on Dec. 28, 2019

Good afternoon so far! 2 hammer handles and 2 Walleye. Bite is on starting after 16:00??

by Ron M on Dec. 28, 2019

Ice Report: 9 in

by Gooner on Dec. 25, 2019

Ice Report: 12 in

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by Ziebiez on Dec. 25, 2019

Mirky water, pretty slow. 11%u201D of ice

by Fish-Finder on Dec. 20, 2019

Ice Report: 11 in
11” about 500m out in front of Sunnyside.

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by Fishingtime on Dec. 19, 2019

Anybody know if gull is still good for whites

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by Harper on Dec. 17, 2019

Out at Sandy Point this morning..... saw a perch, a white, and a pike .....caught nothing! Maybe next time!

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by YIGAF on Dec. 15, 2019

This lake was a great source of enjoyment for a lot of years. Unfortunately its done. Except for the walleye tag business!!

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by BAR on Dec. 15, 2019

Sunday December 15th. Fished 5 to 6 hundred yards out from boat launch at TSR 422. Didn't see a fish or catch a fish, 9.5 inches of ice

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by White master on Dec. 14, 2019

Anyone been out at Brownlows yet..? Or on around Sandy point?

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