|Graham Lake: Quick Facts
- Graham Lake is located
along County Road 5 west of
Brockville Ontario in the County of Leeds & Grenville
- co-ordinates: Lat.
44° 34' 22" Long. 75° 52'
- water flows into Graham
Lake from Centre Lake via the Marsh
Bridge Dam on the north end of the lake and it exits via the Graham
Lake Dam on the southwest end
- the Cataraqui Region
Conservation Authority regulates the
- while the lake reaches
depths of 15', the average depth is
- the perimeter of the lake
is 13.6 km (8.5 miles)
- this shallow weedy lake
favours a warm water fishery that
consists of pike, largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and black crappie.
There is a small population of smallmouth bass. Extensive weed and lily
pad beds and shoreline cattails provide excellent cover for fish
- a public boat launch is
the southwest side of the lake near the dam
- Graham Lake is situated
within Fisheries Management Zone 18
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