|Bay Lake: Quick Facts
- Bay Lake is located along
Hwy. 11 at the town of Latchford
in the District of Timiskaming
- co-ordinates: 47° 20'
51 Long. 79° 50' 21"
- Bay Lake is part of the
Montreal River River system. Water
flows into the lake on the north end and exits via a dam at
- the lake is approx. 12 km
(8 miles) long from north to
south and 1 1/2 km at its widest (excluding Portage Bay)
- the lake reaches maximum
depths of 60'+ in the north end.
The south half is quite shallow. There are a number of bays with
inflowing creeks which can hold pike and walleye in the spring.
Some of the deeper holes and humps at the north end of the lake are
good for both smallmouth and walleye
- there is a marina at the
town of Latchford which has
- there is a sanctuary area
on the river at the town of
Latchford in the spring
- the major fish species
include walleye, northern pike,
smallmouth bass, whitefish and perch
- Bay Lake is situated
within Fisheries Management Zone 11
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
- dimensions: 12"x18"
- double sided
- laminated map
- black and 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
- Price: $10.95 plus taxes & shipping