Lobstick River

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Lobstick River
Lobstick River.JPG
Lobstick River before its confluence with the Pembina River
Country  Alberta  Canada
Basin features
Main source Lobstick River Headwaters
1,035 m (3,396 ft)
53°26′44″N 115°54′40″W / 53.44556°N 115.91099°W / 53.44556; -115.91099
River mouth Pembina River
730 m (2,400 ft)
53°36′33″N 114°59′59″W / 53.60917°N 114.99972°W / 53.60917; -114.99972Coordinates: 53°36′33″N 114°59′59″W / 53.60917°N 114.99972°W / 53.60917; -114.99972

The Lobstick River is a small river in originating in west-central Alberta, Canada. It flows north from the foothills before entering Chip Lake. It then flows eastward through the community of Lobstick before joining the Pembina River, which in turn flows into the Athabasca River.

The Lobstick River took its name from the fur-trade era practice of creating Lobsticks or lopsticks.[1]

Tributaries[edit]

From origins to mouth, the Lobstick River receives waters from the following tributaries:

  • Brule Creek
  • Little Brule Creek
  • Chip Lake
    • Poison Creek

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Podruchny, Carolyn (2006). "Making the Voyageur World: Travelers and Traders in the North American Fur Trade". Lincoln: University of Nebraska Pres, pg. 140-142.