Vegreville Trout Pond Fishing Reports & Feedback

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Average of 133 ratings as of Jul. 14, 2017

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by Riverbear on Jul. 14, 2017

I always take trash out. And bust those who don't. Cash money.

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by anythingfishing on Jul. 14, 2017

i agree its always a mess out there , lots of people last weekend and tons of mess.

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by Isak Walton on Jul. 4, 2017

I have just returned from daily trip around the trout pond in Vegreville, and I must say I am totally disgusted with the trash and discarded fishing line that I have cleaned up and picked up today! I not sure what type of anglers fish this area but I can assure you all they are not real fishing people, I rescued a common gull that was caught up with fishing line on it's leg complete with a 4/6 ounce lead weight and a 1/2 lb trout rotting in the water, there is also a gossling (goose) with a hook in it's beak and a length of line attached to it's leg,I was unable to catch this bird,it may die . Please be carefull with old discarded line and hooks,and please keep our Trout pond clean. I am an angler and have been fishing for over 60 years.

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by BlackPanther on Jun. 23, 2017

Anyone know how the perch fishing is here ?!!

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by Mike1288 on May. 28, 2017

where is the Vegreville Trout Pond located?

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by sedubius on May. 19, 2017

They have been there since some idiot illegally stocked it a number of years ago.

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by The Wet One on May. 18, 2017

Sorry, do i have this right. There's perch now in the Vegreville Trout Pond? Since when? Fished there a decade ago and no perch were there.

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by BlackPanther on May. 9, 2017

Soo anybody fishing yet? If so what's biting ?!

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by barrykoy on Apr. 29, 2017

still has some ice on this pond! Maybe a few weeks before it melts

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by BlackPanther on Apr. 27, 2017

Is the ice off yet and if so how's the perch fishing ?

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by Riverbear on Apr. 27, 2017

Just search "Alberta trout stocking" every fish stocked since 2008 I reckon.

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by barrykoy on Apr. 27, 2017

When will they stock this pond guys?

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by Mike1986AB on Apr. 3, 2017

Has anyone fished here recently? Just wondering if a person can still make it out safely for one last ice fishing trip.

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by Seamax Ed on Feb. 3, 2017

Ice is full auger deep right to the power head Lots of fish but picky last weekend

by Anolis666 on Jan. 14, 2017

Ice Report: 25 in
Lots of rainbow trout, from medium to huge. The perch was not biting at all today.

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by BlackPanther on Jan. 4, 2017

How's the perch fishing ?!

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by DAFISH on Jan. 2, 2017

15" ice.. slow..

by Anolis666 on Dec. 30, 2016

Ice Report: 21 in

by Anolis666 on Dec. 26, 2016

Ice report??

by "FishOn" on Dec. 21, 2016

Anyone ice fishing here? If so can someone post an ice report please. Went out a couple times in late Oct and got a couple 1Lb rainbows

by 2016 on Dec. 13, 2016

Ice Report: 3 in
watch for open water in south end of pond

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by sedubius on Oct. 17, 2016

News report about the one that came back positive. http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/calgary/whirling-disease-experts-on-edge-1.3802699

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by sedubius on Oct. 17, 2016

Cbc news report. Most of the tests came back negative except 1 so stocking has resumed. http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/calgary/whirling-disease-bow-river-calgary-1.3758701

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by DC168 on Oct. 12, 2016

Carson Lake by Whitecourt has 56,000 rainbow stocked on Sept 26, 2016.

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by LRD V8R on Oct. 3, 2016

sedubius what is your source that stocking has been halted?

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by sedubius on Oct. 3, 2016

Stocking has been put on hold while the farms are inspected for whirling disease.

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by barrykoy on Sep. 25, 2016

Thanks LRD

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by LRD V8R on Sep. 13, 2016

Stocking report not updated since June. Last year they did brood stock on Sept 21 -- ~300 of them.

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by barrykoy on Sep. 12, 2016

Is it already been stocked this september?

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by Pikster on Aug. 26, 2016

Ice Hole Pounder, on which side of pond are you catching the perch? I've been there 4 times simce ice melt and haven't got a single perch. I thought maybe they were fished out by the poachers I saw from last year.

by FlounderPounder on Aug. 10, 2016

How do you get to the pond? Off of range road 150 or highway16?

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by Ice hole pounder on Jun. 29, 2016

90% of the perch have a weird skin growth on them still fun to catch I probably wouldn't eat them average size 4-8" can catch the odd trout as well mostly catch and release though, and also clean up your god dam garbage when you are done otherwise the town will have this place fenced off with no access to it !!!

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by Anolis666 on Jun. 28, 2016

39 Yellow Perch in 3 hours. Not a bad day at all.

by barrykoy on May. 21, 2016

Hi Pikster, thank you and congrats also! Have a nice summer fishing

by barrykoy on May. 21, 2016

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by Barrybull on May. 21, 2016

VEGREVILLE VEGREVILLE TROUT POND RNTR BEBL 2N 10,000 26.3 18-Apr-16

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by Pikster on May. 19, 2016

Hey Barrykoy, I got a 4 pounder a year ago and was just as surprised. others claimed the same prior to mine and I thought they were pulling my leg. nice to hear others catching them. Congrats!!

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by barrykoy on May. 8, 2016

Pickerel rig with worms!

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by Whitefish18 on May. 8, 2016

Pickerel rig with what on it? Worms? Powerbait?

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by barrykoy on May. 7, 2016

Im using pickerel rig when i caught him, try using bobber for about 5ft above your hook

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by Whitefish18 on May. 7, 2016

What did you catch it on?

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by barrykoy on May. 7, 2016

We were there yesterday and got 22" rainbow at the end of the day, i can't believe it.

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by Whitefish18 on Apr. 15, 2016

Anything on powerbait?

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by BigBam on Apr. 14, 2016

Was there on Saturday April 9 for 1.5 hours. Windy and cold. Had 4 hookups, all trout, good fight to them. Did try for perch for a little bit, no bites. Slip bobber with worm or meal worm 5ft below bobber. Also have a rainbow trout coloured spinner that got a bite.

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by bigpikehunter on Apr. 11, 2016

Ice should be off. Wonder how the fishing is

by blackpanther on Apr. 8, 2016

Is ice off yet??

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by Lakechaser on Apr. 6, 2016

You don't see that everyday, a trout jigging for perch!

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by Whitefish18 on Apr. 6, 2016

is the ice gone? anybody having any luck

by Rocketn2 on Feb. 2, 2016

Went out today for a quick fish and couldn't keep the perch off the hook. Caught a rainbow trout jigging for perch

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by Ralphbud on Dec. 30, 2015

Anyone been out? How's the ice? Plan on goin out tomorrow and trying my luck. Any ice report would be great.

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by Hardy on Nov. 26, 2015

Yes you can ice fish it but it's best to wait till later in the season as it does have to aeration pumps in it so it never really completely freezes over , some perch average 4-7" but will usually always catch something

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by Whitefish18 on Nov. 17, 2015

Does anybody ice fish here? For perch primarily. Is it any good?

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by Lundfisherman on Jul. 29, 2015

Go to the store by some #6 plain hooks and a pack of those weights you pinch together. And some chartreuse power bait. Put hook on bottom of line and two of those weights 12 inches above and put power bait on hook and cast out.. Let it sit they will hit .

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by Whitefish18 on Jul. 28, 2015

How do you catch rainbows in here?

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by AlbertaGirl on Jul. 21, 2015

We were there last night, pulled 5 perch in less than an hour. It was great.

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by Girlscanfish on May. 19, 2015

Didn't catch anything today but all I was using was spinners. I should have tried a bobber. Used some garlic marshmallows as well.

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by blackpanther on Apr. 22, 2015

Is the lake open now and if so, how's the fishing ????

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by waterwolf on Mar. 11, 2015

was out yesterday but not much heard the airator was shut off last winter to get rid of the perch. not sure if this is true or not

by Whsman on Mar. 7, 2015

Anyone been out there lately? We had some great perch days a few years back. Always small but fun to catch ..anyone

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by Pikster on Nov. 27, 2014

There were a number of people catching 6-7" perch in early July off the north end. If it's true about the airraters then you may as well also kiss the rainbows goodbye. Will have winterkill for sure. Depth is consistantly only around 11-12 feet. There wont be eNough oxygen to sustain fish for the winter. Also perch are fun to catch as well.

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by e40water12 on Jul. 26, 2014

It's a shame. Oh well I got other places to fish. Just really sucks no enjoyment for kids now.

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by Pikster on Jul. 18, 2014

To last post, yeah i feel your frustration. Veg. Pond is 45 minutes drive for me. I went out only once this year and wont dissapoint myself again. Just coming back from Crowsnest area. Fishing trout in that entire region is increadible. Seems like southern AB is the place to be. Crystal clear water 15 ft deep. You can see them coming towards your hook without a camera. All we seem to get around Edmonton is Blue-green algae and dissapointment....so jealous!

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by e40water12 on Jul. 5, 2014

For sure you see trout jumping. Their isn't as much as they used to be. I know there is big 3 lbers in there. Point is more catch & release would be more enjoyable for everyone to have an opportunity to catch fish.

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by kingslayer on Jun. 11, 2014

It depends where you fish in this lake if you are wanting perch. Ive fished all over and there are probably 3 spots where I always catch them. I have however caught trouts on every side of the lake.

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by e40water12 on Jun. 4, 2014

Looks like another disappointment season. Haven't seen too much of trout or Perch. Looks like the obvious poacher's are back at it. Can't even take the kids to have a good day with catch & release.

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by NoBuck on Jun. 2, 2014

went out yesterday, pond was alright, got 2 and that was it. started raining so we headed back into town

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by Pikster on Jun. 2, 2014

Sadly this pond has been overfished. In the 2012 season you could catch smaller perch each time you casted out and snag a few 12" rainbows between making it a lot of fun and worthwhile to drive out. For past 2 seasons almost no perch or rainbows to be found. I'm a catch and release person and think it's okay to keep 1 or 2 rainbows but witnessed people keeping 6 inch perch?? seriously? To Clark..probably a better idea to save gas $ by going elsewhere especially if you are driving a fair distance. To Riverbear yes there are Crawfish in this pond, you can get them along the north road at the 1/2 way point. they nibble at my bait giving me false hopes lol. Happy fishing!

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by Clark on May. 28, 2014

Anyone catching any fish here?

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by Riverbear on May. 12, 2014

If there is crawfish in here...I'm coming down there with a net and some garlic butter.

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by Clark on May. 12, 2014

We we're out on May 10 and no bites and didn't see any jumping

by Clark on May. 5, 2014

How is the fishing out here?

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by Pikster on Apr. 30, 2014

Are there still crayfish in this pond? Early spring i always notice gulls feasting on them. Poor trout activity this past winter. Hope they stock more for summer

by Ivy on Apr. 25, 2014

Is the lake still frozen and can you shore fish yet?

by Dynobot on Dec. 22, 2013

Ice Report: 12 in

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by Pikster on Dec. 21, 2013

I'd have to agree with Latest comment. I discovered this pond 4 years ago and man was there ever activity. I was never dissapointed going there until this year. Between all garbage left behind, beer cans and wrappers mostly and witnessing certain people harvesting anything that got hooked on their line regardless of size, it is obvious that yet another popular spot has been vicimized. Very sad to see as all local areas seem to be turning into dead zones. I never kept any perch and only took home a few rainbows over the years. It was a great spot for my son and me. Now he has lost interest since there is little to no activity. So sad! Hats off to the local volunteer folks though who try to keep this pond going.

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by iFish Guest on Dec. 2, 2013

the pond has been over fished. Ive been catching and released fish for 5 yrs in this pond. Their is fish in the pond Ive seen them on the camera but too small. People have over fished the big fish hard.

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by iFish Guest on Nov. 13, 2013

Try calling the Vegreville Parks and rec people who are maintaining the pond.

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by Ivy on Nov. 4, 2013

Does anyone know if you can have open fires here?

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by iFish Guest on Nov. 4, 2013

We are trying to find out if you can have open fires here. Does anyone know? Thanks

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by iFish Guest on Nov. 1, 2013

I went out twice last 3 weeks. had the odd nibble probably perch. Seems like there is no interest. Wont be back till freezes over. Hope pond wasn't over fished. I noticed significant drop in water levels too.

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by iFish Guest on Aug. 10, 2013

To Aug 4 Ifish guest, I have witnessed this since discovering the pond 4 years ago. Time to consider release only for a few years or consider restricting number and size of perch from 15 to 5. They have this restriction at Garner Lake. Don't expect much from F & W cause in my 25+ years of fishing, I'm still waiting to have an officer to approach me for the 1'st time. Also with the province broke, dont expect any miracles.

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by iFish Guest on Aug. 5, 2013

2.5 pounder right off the north side! Boy there are few far and between this size. I put the fellow back hoping he'll help populate for the future, that's if the perch population doesn't get out of control. I love perch too but they're way to small to consider keeping.

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by iFish Guest on Aug. 4, 2013

I think its time to have F & W present out in this Pond. Too many poachers keeping under sized fish. I think its time to bring in Catch and Release. How to you keep a 2 inch Perch?.

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by iFish Guest on Jun. 24, 2013

Awesome fishing for perch. just a nice time catching and releasing.

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by iFish Guest on Jun. 22, 2013

Awesome day fishing. Tons of small Perch. Very little Trout. I seen a few Perch with growths on them. I just catch and Release.

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by iFish Guest on Jun. 22, 2013

dont waste time if your just trying for trout. it is more a perch pond now, still a small amount of trout but perch are over populating. Trout havent had growths but alot of the perch have, make sure you check them all before consuming

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by Pikster on Jun. 2, 2013

I went there yesterday, ended up catch and release perch fishishing 15-20 with several nibbles. No rainbows interested. Perch were averaging anywhere from 4-6 inches. It is a nice pond and appears very well kept. My only concern is a growth on some of them. I noticed the same last year and wonder if anyone else has seen this.

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by Shabba on Jun. 1, 2013

Very slow was out there for 5 hours . Just a couple nibbles

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by iFish Guest on May. 21, 2013

Was there May long Monday, Caught about 40 Perch and 1 Trout between 4 people within an hour, All catch and release. Fun little pond

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by iFish Guest on Apr. 2, 2013

went here today for a bit , caught a bunch of small perch and one very small trout like 5 inches , it was still fun to get out, will be back out when the water opens up

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 29, 2013

Managed to snag a humpback perch 11 inches, never thought I'd see one this big in the pond. Released it cause looks as though its full of eggs. Wish more catch and release would be practiced here.

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by Cajed1 on Mar. 19, 2013

Most likely a brook trout, wouldn't have bulls ,guaranteed thats not a accident they would make. We do such a poor job identifying our trout species out here that fish & game put trout identification as the cover for the regs this year.

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 19, 2013

To Ifish guest March 14, I took a picture of the bull trout and compared markings to make sure it was in fact a bull. I know the pond is not intentionally stocked with them as it was probably accidentally released in with rainbows i guess. I released the little guy and hope it does well. would like to catch him in 5 years. lol!

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 19, 2013

To the last posting, We did have a trout pond in Sherwood park years ago but County officials tested the water and found it was quite contaminated. I wish we could have one and Im sure it can be cleaned up but it would cost money which the county does not seem to want to spend for its residents. Lots of money for a third indoor swimming facility though. The drive to Vegreville is a bit far but well worth it. There is one in Edmonton but no perch in it, making it less interesting for my kids. I want to believe that most outside visitors would respect Vegreville pond as any other and would like to thank those who have done a fantastic job to maintain their pond. I hope other Sherwood Park residents would send local council a message to create a fishing pond locally. Its a shame that we have one of the largest populations in the province and cant even be provided with a fish pond.

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 18, 2013

I totally agree with catch and release. I really enjoy the time and fish and wild life around. There should be more effort to everyone to make it a future for everyone to enjoy :) .

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 14, 2013

I have fished this pond since I was a young kid, before perch were introduced and it seems that has been the trigger that has brought all the attention to it. There used to be some very large rainbows in it even with steady pressure from locals and surrounding areas. Maybe the city of Edmonton/Sherwood Park/ Spruce Grove/Stony Plain should consider building trout & perch ponds in their sourrounding areas. As per other comments on this site not all Albertans pay for these ammenities evenly, Donations, Funraising and Volunteer help to take care of this pond has come from predominantly local businesses and community members. Consider Giving back to the places that you use. That being said I dont mean to discourage anyone but just remember to practice ethical fishing to preserve for future generations. Also there are no bull trout in this lake.

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by iFish Guest on Mar. 13, 2013

I think this Pond should be catch and release bases. Way too many people taking from this pond. How are fish going to grow. I would never eat any fish outta this pond. Its nice to fish to have fun. I can bet it will be over fished by city people from last year.

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by Pikster on Mar. 9, 2013

Active trout today. 6-12". Even managed to bring up a 9" bull trout. All catch n release. Wonder if there are more?

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by Pikster on Mar. 9, 2013

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by Pikster on Mar. 4, 2013

Youngbuck, there are no perch bigger than 6-7", I believe the larger ones are fished out. I have fished this pond in practically every spot. there seems to be a good population of smaller ones which is encouraging. Problem being will everyone fishing the pond release them until they get bigger? One other thing, I have noticed some of them have a growth in different regions of their body, (mouth, fins and body) leaving me suspicious if they are healthy enough to eat. A local told me it is a bacterial growth and that he believes eating those is not recommended. I have not seen any of the same type of growth on the rainbows. Hope this helps!

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by Pikster on Feb. 23, 2013

I went out Friday and caught around a dozen rainbows 6-10 inches along with Lots of 6 inch perch. Does anyone know if there are bigger rainbows worth keeping in this pond?

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by iFish Guest on Feb. 21, 2013

My first time ice fishing here. I noticed 2 winter air raiding sites on south end. Is this new? Are the roads clear? l almost bottomed out from bad snow drifts on the surrounding road around pond.

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by Short man on Feb. 3, 2013

Great day lots of bits to keep kids into it. Got some keepers & let a bunch back. Will be going back

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by Seamaxed on Jan. 26, 2013

Fished for the first time today lots and lots of perch they were very small 4 to 6 inch 4 rainbows 1 nice keeper tasted great. Gonna try again tomorrow.

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by youngbuck on Jan. 24, 2013

everything we caught was under 8 inches but caught lots any tips on were and how to caught the bigger perch

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by youngbuck on Jan. 23, 2013

thanks for the tips what size of perch do u usually get

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by Jiggin Jack on Jan. 23, 2013

I got all mine on a tiny yellow grub jig. My buddy was using a small Len Thompson black and yellow spoon with fluorescent yellow power maggots. Definatly worth the drive we are going tomorrow all day and saturday

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by chris on Jan. 23, 2013

what are they biting on

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by youngbuck on Jan. 23, 2013

what bait did u use by chance?

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by youngbuck on Jan. 22, 2013

is it worth the drive out if i want to catch keeper perch any tips o can get would be much apreciated

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by Jiggin Jack on Jan. 21, 2013

Was there on Sunday caught a ton of perch!!! Well over 100 lotsa small ones but a few 10-12 inchers!!!! Had a great perch fry!!! Few nice trout in here too but the perch are far better eating!!!

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by What size do the perch get to in this pond? I only on Jan. 21, 2013

by Jc43 on Jan. 1, 2013

About 10 feet out.
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by Richie Rich on Dec. 22, 2012

the ice is 8-10 inches thick. Distance from edm is 45mins east off of hwy 16. South of the town of Vegreville.

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by Danno on Dec. 22, 2012

Richie Rich ...did you notice what the ice depth is there? Im curious

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by Fuzzy grubber on Dec. 19, 2012

How far is the pound from Edmonton I'd like to go fishing and bring the whole family

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by Richie Rich on Dec. 19, 2012

I drilled a few holes with the ice auger, Fish are live and well. Tons of perch. I seen a few trout on the camera.

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by Pikster on Dec. 11, 2012

Does anyone ice fish in this pond. I have never ice fished before and would love to give it a try

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by PeterChang on Oct. 7, 2012

I bring family from Edmonton. We all catch lots of fish. We will be back again to catch more fish. What is best way to catch more fish?

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by Pikster on Sep. 30, 2012

Hi Richie Rich, Agreed! I think those of us following the rules also have the duty of reporting those violating F&W rules. Nothing bothers me more than people keeping undersized and over exceeding their limits. Happy fishing!

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by Richie Rich on Sep. 28, 2012

Hey there Pikster, This a forum for Reports of the Vegreville trout pond. Know doubt there are people that have proper fishing lic's. Point being F&W Reg aren't being followed.by certain people. Also People that have valid fishing lic's are paying for the pond. Simple fact's sat & sunday evenings will tell you other wise.

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by Pikster on Sep. 17, 2012

Hey Richie Rich I dont think its fair to accuse certain Edmontonians of over fishing the pond. I have had conversations with several people at the pond who are from Vegreville, Mundare area, with pails full of rainbows and some even with 6 inch perch. regardless, the sign at the enterance states the pond is a public use area. We all pay provincial taxes towards the development of the resevoir.

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by Pikster on Sep. 16, 2012

Some perch have growths on their fins and scales, does not look healthy, have not seen it on rainbows but am now wondering if fish here are safe to keep at all. I am catching 6" perch or smaller fun to catch and release with my son. Would not advise keeping any.

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by Richie Rich on Sep. 4, 2012

Its used to be good fishing, Now certain people from the Edmonton city have over fished the perch and trout.

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by Bob on Jul. 17, 2012

It sux highly advise not to go there!!!!

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by Pikster on May. 3, 2012

Didnt see any dead ones along shore but then again there are hundreds of gulls, possibly a thousand that may have feasted well.

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by Redneck69 on Apr. 25, 2012

Is the dead lots of people are telling me differnt some say no fish some same lots of fish some say i dont see any dead ones they have to be there

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by Pikster on Apr. 23, 2012

There is either a creek or river along side of the pond. Does anyone know if there are fish in there as well?

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by Pikster on Apr. 23, 2012

Ice is gone, no bites today, not sure if pond was overfished this winter. I tried several spots with no nibbles.

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by fox richdickmond on Apr. 20, 2012

is the lake freeze/ is it open right now and if it is there fish in there or is it winter killed

by Pikeman101 on Feb. 18, 2012

A HotSpot Marker was added for Vegreville Trout Pond
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by Bradyp632 on Dec. 31, 2011

Caught 7 perch and my dad caught 2 trout and i also had a trout bite.

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by Crawfish BoB on Mar. 30, 2011

Craw fish and small rainbow trout nice day trip with the kids

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