COVID-19 response: Bow Habitat Station temporary closure

Effective March 13, Bow Habitat Station is temporarily closed to support the efforts to minimize the risk and spread of COVID-19.

For more information, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.

Trout Pond

Close-up of young boy holding fishing rod smiles while fishing at the Kids Can Catch Trout Pond.

Fishing season: May 1-Sep. 30 annually.

Reel in the fun at the Kids Can Catch Trout Pond, one of Alberta's stocked waterbodies! This provincially-regulated catch-and-release pond aims to inspire the next generation of anglers to discover the lure of fishing.

Trout Pond Regulations

  • Catch-and-release fishing only.
  • Bait ban in effect (anything with a scent or flavour).
  • Persons ages 16+ must have a valid Alberta Sportfishing Licence if fishing or assisting others with casting or reeling in their line.

Add to your Adventure

No gear? No problem! Rent a fishing rod for ages 4+ and cast a line in our Trout Pond.

Learn the basics of fishing in Alberta together as a family at these clinics for ages 4+. Available seasonally.

Dive Deeper

Fishing is a great way for family and friends to connect with some of Alberta’s greatest natural resources – our lakes, rivers, streams and the fish that live in them! Help keep fish in our future – be a responsible angler:

  • Know the regulations for your waterbody.
  • Use barbless hooks to cause less damage to fish.
  • Handle fish with care when catch-and-release fishing.
  • Clean, drain and dry ALL fishing equipment when moving from one waterbody to another.

Be a responsible angler and know before you go:

Updated: Mar 31, 2020