Anglers can expect to catch Northern Pike in most of the larger bodies of water, with Walleye being stocked in a number of the area reservoirs. Some of the more popular fishing spots are Crawling Valley Reservoir, Lake Newell, Rolling Hills Reservoir and Tilley B Reservoir. The area rivers also provide fishing opportunities with the Bow River producing catches of Northern Pike, Walleye, Whitefish and some Trout and Sturgeon. Catches in the Red Deer River include Northern Pike, Walleye, Sauger and Goldeye. NOTE:  In 2018, the EID initiated an Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program. All boaters wishing to access EID reservoirs must follow approved prevention procedures and complete a watercraft information form stating they will not knowingly spread aquatic invasive species. As part of the program, trailered watercraft must only be launched from approved boat launches and boaters must check in with the campgrounds, marina, or EID office before launching. Canoes, kayaks, and other non-trailered watercraft may continue to be launched at random locations, but the boaters are still required to check in with the campgrounds, marina, or EID office prior to launching. Boaters can visit Lake Newell Resort Marina, Rolling Hills Campground, or Crawling Valley Campground to register for the program. Watercrafts include motorized (boats, sailboats, zodiacs, etc.) and non-motorized (canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, sailboats, etc.). For more information please visit https://www.eid.ca/ais.html

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