I spend a fair amount time talking about all of the wonderful things I enjoy about living and working in Gleniffer Lake all summer – particularly the boating, golf, outdoor recreation, and big selection of restaurants and bars. It truly is a one-of-a-kind place that brings friends, families, neighbors together.
One thing that I probably haven’t taken enough time to point out, however, is that Gleniffer Lake is a good place to go fishing, too. In fact, it’s not unusual to see all kinds of people casting their rods and throwing their lines into the lake hoping to catch a few fish… and more than a few do.
What kinds of fish can you catch in Gleniffer Lake? I suppose it depends on what you’re looking for. There is a trout pond attached to the lake itself, and it’s stocked with rainbow trout by the Canadian fisheries department. For those looking for quick catch, that’s a great place to start.
In addition, there are all kinds of edible fish that can be caught at the lake resort itself, including some good-sized walleye. While these might not be big enough to attract hardcore sportsman, they can make for a great morning or afternoon of fishing. And best of all, when you’re done you aren’t in an old fishing shack or way out in the wilderness, but surrounded by all the amenities of an Alberta resort. You could even decide to go golfing, play tennis, or spend the day with your family after a few hours spent reeling in fish!
Gleniffer Lake will probably always be known for its other attractions before its fishing, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to catch an our lake trout pond. If you’re looking for great way to spend a few hours peacefully, then why not come give fishing at Gleniffer Lake a try?
This article was written by Diane Bender. Visit Diane on Google+