|Dog Lake: Quick Facts
- the southeast shore of
Dog Lake is located adjacent to the
village of Missanabie and the Chapleau Crown Preserve in the District
- co-ordinates: Lat.
48° 18' 18" Long. 84° 04'
- the lake consists of a
wide array of fish holding structure
and cover that include steep drop offs, weedy bays, islands, points,
shoals, reefs, deep and shallow narrows, slow tapering drop offs, long
narrow fingers that end in weedy shallow waters etc.
- the lake consists of 4
- while the lake reaches
maximum depths of 245', the average
depth is 41'
- the perimeter of this
lake is 193 km (120 miles)
- a public boat launch is
located at the village of
Missanabie. There are half a dozen private resorts with launching
- there are 4 sanctuary
areas that are closed to fishing in
the spring as well as a couple of areas closed year round. Check the
fishing regulations for details
- the major fish species
include northern pike, walleye, lake
trout, whitefish, cisco, smallmouth bass and perch
- Dog Lake is situated
within the boundaries of Fisheries
Management Zone 7
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
- dimensions: 12"x18"
- each map is double
- black and white
- water depth contour
- locations for the major
- access points
- information on fish
- fishing tips
- MNR/Travel &
- Price: $19.90 plus