Fishing spots in Edmonton
Canada is known for our great fishing. Not only because our lakes are clear and crisp, but we have a variety of fish and they’re of much better quality than any other country’s fish, for the most part. People from all around the world come to fish, among other things.
Fishing is a great past time for anyone, moms and dads, daughters and sons, aunts and uncles, boyfriend and girlfriend; anyone can go fishing.
It’s an inexpensive, fun, easy hobby that can get a lot of people involved at once. Some of the best fishing spots in Edmonton are ones that are popular, and some that are not so popular.
For example, people like to go fly fishing, while some like to go regular fishing. Some of the best fishing spots in Edmonton are the North Saskatchewan, Lake Wabamun, Jack Fish Lake, Pigeon Lake and Lac St. Anne, to name a few of the regular fishing lakes.
For you beginning fishermen and women, there are a variety of companies that gladly take new fishers out to the best spots in Edmonton to fish and teach them all of the tricks of the trade. Not only do you get to experience a wonderful, relaxing time but you get advice and tips from a professional-quality fisherman or fisherwoman.
In order to fish in Edmonton, or anywhere in Alberta, actually, you do need to have a valid Alberta fishing license for anyone who is 16-year-old to anyone who is 65-years-old.
Alberta is known for its world-class fishing and variety of fish ranging anywhere from pike to walleye to sturgeon to goldeye.
If you’re interested in getting a taste of fishing before committing and getting a license for the year, you can try out the popular Canadian sport during Canada’s National Fishing Week, which occurs each year during the Alberta Family Day Weekend. During National Fishing Week, anyone can fish without an Alberta Sport Fishing License. This week takes place July 5 through July 13.