Clay Lake: North Western 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:   Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Whitefish, Yellow Perch, Cisco, Muskie

  • Clay Lake is located northwest of Vermilion Bay Ontario along Hwy. 609 in the Kenora District
  • co-ordinates: Lat. 50° 02′ 57″ Long. 93° 29′ 08″
  • the lake is part of the Wabigoon River system and its water levels fluctuate over the course of the fishing season
  • the lake has a surface area of 3087 hectares and is approx. 44 km. (28 miles) long
  • while the lake reaches depths of 21.9 metres (71′), the average depth is 7.9 metres (26′)
  • there is not a lot of weed growth in the lake and where it is found pike and walleye are often situated on its edges
  • while there are reports of muskie, pike is the predominant species
  • the major fish species include walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, whitefish, perch and cisco (lake herring)
  • Clay Lake is located within the boundaries of Fisheries Management Zone 4