Indian Lake: Fast Facts
- Indian Lake is
located northwest of the town of Ignace -
northwestern Ontario in the Kenora District
- co-ordinates: Lat.
49° 32' 56" Long.
91° 39' 59"
- while the lake reaches
depths of 118', the average depth is
- the perimeter of the lake
is approx. 86 km. (54 miles)
- the Agimak River flows
into the lake on the south end and
exits on the north end
- the shorelines are quite
steep and the deep water basin on
the north end is fairly uniform with few reefs. Your best bet for
lake trout is the north basin during the summer
- there are a couple of
sanctuary areas on the lake where Camp
Creek, and the Agimak River flow in. These are good walleye areas at
the start of the season
- major fish species
include lake trout, walleye, northern
pike, perch, cisco and whitefish
- Indian Lake is found
within the boundaries of Fisheries
Management Zone 4
Indian Lake: Map
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
- map size: 12"x18"
- double sided
- 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
- Price: $10.95 plus taxes & shipping