Pelican Point

Theodore Reservoir

Saskatchewan, Canada

Theodore reservoir is a manmade reservoir from 1960 or so built by PFRA as a water improvement and flood control. It become a local fishery for pike and walleye. It becomes eutrophic as the weather warms up during the summer and becomes full of filamentous algae which I hope the testing will show as we progress this summer. I'm not sure if there is any baseline data on water quality. Will submit results and photos .....
There is a spillway that does flow depending on rainfall and runoff events.

Location created by
Jerry Cheshuk

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Observation tests summary

Salinity ppm
480.0 Latest
551.5 Average
Air temperature °C
33.0 Latest
27.8 Average
Water temperature °C
24.5 Latest
22.8 Average
Dissolved oxygen mg/L
9.0 Latest
8.4 Average
Conductivity μS/cm
959 Latest
1143 Average
Secchi depth m
1.1 Latest
2.5 Average
pH (0-14)
8.5 Latest
8.4 Average
Water depth m
7.6 Latest
7.2 Average