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Redberry Lake

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Latitude: 52.69424

Longitude: -107.19567

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Site Access: Boat

Approximate Depth:
17m / 55ft


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StevieFriesen
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10 Reviews
helpful review 8 Helpful votes

"Redberry Lake"

Reviewed Nov. 12, 2017

This is a quiet lake. We dove by an island on the north side of the lake. There is a sailing club that uses the lake, they are based on the east side of the lake. A friend who is associated with the club warned me about a whirl pool in the south east, we avoided that area and didn't see any evidence of one. Visibility was ~10 feet, it was cold. You can download a depth map from Angler's Atlas to plan your dive. ... Show More

Visited August 2011

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LB_Scuba
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85 Reviews
helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Salt water lake"

Reviewed Jun. 26, 2017

We tried Redberry lake thinking that a salt water lake might have better visibility. This wasn't the case as we only had about 8' visibility. We hit a thermocline around 45' and the temperature dropped to 41F. This caused my buddies regulator to start free flowing so we immediately ascended and ended the dive. Make sure to check that your equipment is able to handle the possible low temperatures before attempting this dive.... Show More

Visited August 2011

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