Driedmeat Lake Fishing near Edberg, Alberta

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Details for Driedmeat Lake

Species Caught Here: None
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 pumpkinseed, tiger trout, pumpkinseed sunfish, redbreast sunfish, hickory shad, redear sunfish, albacore, black sea bass, black bullhead, steelhead trout, pink salmon, green sturgeon, amberjack, bowfin, tarpon, carp, saugeye, sacramento perch, arctic grayling, sauger, atlantic bonito, tilapia, snapper, pickerel, white sturgeon, bream, bluegill, bluefish, grouper, brook trout, redfish, sucker, flier, sunfish, california halibut, dolphinfish, sailfish, marlin, american shad, rock bass, walleye, jack crevalle, chinook salmon, yellow bass, flounder, golden trout, rainbow trout, chum salmon, bonefish, red grouper, gar, brown trout, rio grande cichlid, crappie, drum, coho salmon, shovelnose sturgeon, blue catfish, black bass, largemouth bass, black marlin, snook, weakfish, northern pike, gulf flounder, yellowfin tuna, white marlin, red drum, king mackerel, green sunfish, smallmouth buffalo, atlantic salmon, smelt, lingcod, cutthroat trout, summer flounder, whitefish, redfin pickerel, halibut, white catfish, paddlefish, striped bass, muskie, king mackarel, white perch, sturgeon, lake trout, perch, warmouth, guadalupe bass, flathead catfish, spotted sea trout, panfish, dolly varden, splake, catfish, blackfin tuna, white bass, winter flounder, black drum, eel, bull trout, wahoo, nassau grouper, bigmouth buffalo, sockeye salmon, smallmouth bass, shark, bullhead and cobia here. Whether you’re trolling, spinning, fly fishing, baitcasting, net fishing, chumming 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.