Yellowhead Lake Fishing Reports & Feedback

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Average of 11 ratings as of May. 21, 2016

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by Barrybull on May. 21, 2016

NORDEGG YELLOWHEAD LAKE BKTR BEBE 3N 10,000 6.2 9-May-16

by Jayjayjay on Jan. 3, 2016

Hey. Is this lake any good for brookies? Ice fishing.

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by keplok m203 on Apr. 14, 2015

Does anyone can give the direction of this lake? Thanks so much

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by iFish Guest on Jan. 28, 2014

Went out yesterday kids and wife drilled number of holes no fish caught we started on west side, not to deep then went to mid point a lot deeper,not one byte where do others fish in this little lake, tried warms, little jigs,cheese nothing seemed to work, maybe out to deep don't know thanks

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by DoubleD on Nov. 25, 2013

Be careful. Ice is spotty. Keep to shoreline and check as you go out. You will go through in spots. There are springs in this lake.

by iFish Guest on Nov. 25, 2013

Ice Report: 7 in
Be careful!! Ice is 7" in some spots but springs make it unsafe in many areas. Put a leg through on east side. Keep to close to shore!!! Take safety equipment and don't go alone.

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by iFish Guest on Aug. 5, 2013

going to Yellowhead Lake area to fish next week and wonder where the best area to fish from shore with grandkids.

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by Beeguy on Nov. 20, 2011

Thanks Jeff Lake winter and summer killed Fishless

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by Mitch on Aug. 30, 2011

Might be trying yellowhead lake any help

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by Jon on Jun. 26, 2011

Used a black bead head leech and caught a nice 18" Brookie. You need a boat or float tube and a 4x4... Stick to the gravel road and walk down to the water.

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by Jts1 on May. 13, 2011

Great little lake for the pontoon boat and fishing hard water. Had lots of luck and never left without bringing in at least a few fish. The road in can be rough in the summer. If it's rained or going for hard water. You may need a 4x4. Dragging a leach pattern on a sinking line seems to always do well.

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