Dog Lake Fishing Map: Eastern Ontario

  • dimensions: 12″x18″
  • double sided
  • laminated map
  • black/white
  • water depth contour lines
  • locations for the major fish species
  • access points
  • information on fish habits and movements
  • fishing tips
  • MNR/Travel & Accommodation info. sources

Major Lake Species:  Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Splake, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Bluegill, Black Crappie

Lake Facts:

  • Dog Lake is located off of Battersea Road (County Road 11) east of the village of Battersea in Frontenac County. The lake is part of the Rideau River Canal system
  • co-ordinates: Lat. 44° 25′ 49″ Long. 76° 20′ 04″
  • a number of streams flow into Dog Lake. Water flows into Cranberry Lake via Fiddler’s Elbow on the southeast side of the lake
  • while the lake reaches depths of 163′, the average depth is 19′
  • the perimeter of the lake is 59 km (36.9 miles)
  • the surface area is 964 hectares (2,382 acres)
  • the lake consists of several basins connected by a couple of narrows. The shallow southwest basin is full of weeds and submerged logs and stumps providing excellent cover for largemouth bass and pike. The two basins of the northeast section are the deepest and provides your best opportunity for catching splake and smallmouth bass. These fish can be targeted around the islands, points, shoals and underwater humps
  • a public boat launch can be found at the end of Dog Lake Road on the north side of the lake’s middle basin close to Battersea
  • the major fish species include large and smallmouth bass, splake, northern pike, perch, bluegill and black crappie
  • Dog Lake is located in Fisheries Management Zone 18