Lesser Slave Lake Fishing
The Lesser Slave Lake is home to several camping grounds, and diverse terrain such as major rock faces and sandy beaches along the waterline. Lesser Slave Lake Fishing Guides know all the best fishing holes in the area and will make sure you get your chance at that big catch. Lesser Slave Lake Fishing charters provide a vessel and the gear that your family or small group needs to have an awesome fishing outing. Your Lesser Slave Lake Fishing Guide or Charter will help to provide you with an unforgettable time while fishing this beautiful lake during your visit to Northern Alberta, Canada.
About Lesser Slave Lake Alberta, Canada
Lesser Slave Lake is a lake located in central Alberta, Canada, northwest of Edmonton. It is the second largest lake entirely within Alberta boundaries (and the largest easily accessible by vehicle), covering 1160 square km and measuring over 100 km long and 15 km at its widest point. Lesser Slave Lake averages 11.4 m in depth and is 20.5 m at its deepest. It drains eastwards into the Athabasca River by way of the Lesser Slave River.
The Lesser Slave Lake is also a very popular spot for bird-watchers as it’s a major migratory path for many species, including pelicans and eagles.