Driedmeat Lake Fishing near Edberg, Alberta

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Details for Driedmeat Lake

Species Caught Here:
Golden Trout
Gar
Grouper
Yellow Bass
Nassau Grouper
Black Drum
Sunfish
Pickerel
King Mackerel
Perch
Marlin
White Catfish
Brown Trout
Weakfish
Brook Trout
Albacore
Smallmouth Buffalo
Warmouth
Cobia
Tilapia
Red Drum
Tiger Trout
Splake
Red Grouper
Smelt
Atlantic Bonito
Black Bullhead
Hickory Shad
Halibut
Sturgeon
Sacramento Perch
Redfin Pickerel
Bowfin
Snook
Muskie
Pink Salmon
Catfish
Lingcod
Paddlefish
White Perch
Black Sea Bass
Rainbow Trout
Arctic Grayling
Green Sunfish
Green Sturgeon
Northern Pike
Redfish
White Bass
Bluefish
Carp
Jack Crevalle
Eel
Redear Sunfish
Bull Trout
Spotted Sea Trout
Largemouth Bass
Gulf Flounder
Black Marlin
Smallmouth Bass
Blue Catfish
Bream
Bluegill
Blackfin Tuna
Bonefish
Atlantic Salmon
Striped Bass
Snapper
Flier
Redbreast Sunfish
Bigmouth Buffalo
Drum
Flounder
Guadalupe Bass
Rio Grande Cichlid
Winter Flounder
Sockeye Salmon
Rock Bass
Flathead Catfish
Cutthroat Trout
Sucker
American Shad
Wahoo
Panfish
Dolphinfish
Pumpkinseed
Chum Salmon
Shovelnose Sturgeon
Pumpkinseed Sunfish
Walleye
Chinook Salmon
Crappie
Black Bass
Bullhead
Sauger
Yellowfin Tuna
King Mackarel
White Marlin
Amberjack
Sailfish
California Halibut
Tarpon
Summer Flounder
Steelhead Trout
Shark
Lake Trout
White Sturgeon
Whitefish
Coho Salmon
Dolly Varden
Saugeye

Access: Public Property
Body of Water Type: Lake
Lat/Long: 52.864723 -112.749725

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Description for Driedmeat Lake, Division 10, Alberta

Driedmeat Lake is a lake located just 5.8 miles from Edberg, in Division 10, in the province of Alberta, Canada. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including golden trout, gar, grouper, yellow bass, nassau grouper, black drum, sunfish, pickerel, king mackerel, perch, marlin, white catfish, brown trout, weakfish, brook trout, albacore, smallmouth buffalo, warmouth, cobia, tilapia, red drum, tiger trout, splake, red grouper, smelt, atlantic bonito, black bullhead, hickory shad, halibut, sturgeon, sacramento perch, redfin pickerel, bowfin, snook, muskie, pink salmon, catfish, lingcod, paddlefish, white perch, black sea bass, rainbow trout, arctic grayling, green sunfish, green sturgeon, northern pike, redfish, white bass, bluefish, carp, jack crevalle, eel, redear sunfish, bull trout, spotted sea trout, largemouth bass, gulf flounder, black marlin, smallmouth bass, blue catfish, bream, bluegill, blackfin tuna, bonefish, atlantic salmon, striped bass, snapper, flier, redbreast sunfish, bigmouth buffalo, drum, flounder, guadalupe bass, rio grande cichlid, winter flounder, sockeye salmon, rock bass, flathead catfish, cutthroat trout, sucker, american shad, wahoo, panfish, dolphinfish, pumpkinseed, chum salmon, shovelnose sturgeon, pumpkinseed sunfish, walleye, chinook salmon, crappie, black bass, bullhead, sauger, yellowfin tuna, king mackarel, white marlin, amberjack, sailfish, california halibut, tarpon, summer flounder, steelhead trout, shark, lake trout, white sturgeon, whitefish, coho salmon, dolly varden and saugeye here. Whether you’re baitcasting, fly fishing, spinning, chumming, trolling, net fishing or casting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Driedmeat Lake. For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Alberta Fish & Wildlife. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active.