We currently provide open water charters at three different lakes.
Lake Newell is a large man-made reservoir in southern Alberta, Canada. This Lake is known for trophy size Pike and Walleye.
The shallow lake has an average depth of 4.8 metres (16 ft) with a maximum depth of 19.8 metres (65 ft)
Lake Newell is located 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south of the city of Brooks or two hours southeast of Calgary. Head east on the Trans-Canada Highway to Brooks.
Rolling Hills Reservoir
Rolling Hills Reservoir is located outside of Brooks and just SE of Lake Newell. The most common fish in the lake are Pike, Walleye and Perch.
There are big Walleye being caught in this lake.
Crawling Valley Reservoir
Crawling Valley is well known for its excellent fishing. The reservoir was originally stocked with 700,000 trout to provide a sports fishery, until species such as northern pike became naturally established. As the pike population increased, the trout population decreased.