Stocking Report – 2017

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Lakes in the Parkland are stocked annually with various species thanks to the provincial hatcheries; Whiteshell Fish Hatchery and Swan Creek Hatchery. On occasion, organizations/groups purchase and stock fish for recreational angling purposes in local lakes (ie. Markowsky Trout, Arctic Char). This is a review of the 2017 stocking report most of the Parkland Lakes.

 

Trout Stocking

Beautiful Lake – 1000 rainbow trout, 700 brown trout, 500 albino rainbow trout

Black Beaver Lake – 3000 rainbow trout, 1000 albino rainbow trout, 2000 brown trout, 5000 brook trout

Corstorphine Lake- 3600 albino rainbow trout, 300 rainbow trout, 5000 brown trout

East Blue Lake – 13,000 rainbow trout, 1000 albino rainbow trout

East Goose Lake – 112 Markosky rainbow trout, 2000 rainbow trout, 2000 brown trout

Gass Lake – 1900 tiger trout, 800 rainbow trout

Glad Lake – 22,250 arctic char

Gull Lake – 5000 rainbow trout, 5000 brook trout, 1000 albino rainbow trout, 8000 brook trout

Laurie Lake – 30000 brown trout

Patterson Lake – 2000 albino rainbow trout, 14000 rainbow trout, 14000 brown trout

Perch Lake – 50 adult brown trout

Persse Lake – 1500 brook trout, 4000 brown trout, 4500 brook trout

Shilliday Lake – 900 albino rainbow trout

Steeprock River – 100 tiger trout, 500 brook trout, 1200 rainbow trout

Tees Lake – 3000 albino rainbow trout, 3000 brown trout

Tokaryk Lake – 10000 rainbow trout, 8000 brown trout

Twin Lake – 5000 tiger trout

Two Mile Lake – 4500 rainbow trout, 1000 albino trout, 15000 rainbow trout

Uncle Bob’s Trout Pond – 500 rainbow trout

West Blue Lake – 9000 brook trout, 25000 brook trout,

West Goose Lake, 39 Markosky rainbow trout, 2000 rainbow trout, 2000 brown trout

 

 

Walleye Fry Stocking 

Beautiful Lake – 400,000

Bell Lake – 100,000

North Steeprock Lake – 400,000

Spray Lake – 100,000

Swan River – 200,000

Childs Lake – 200,000

Dauphin – 500,000

Lake Winnipegosis – 1,700,000