Simcoe: Quick Facts
- co-ordinates: Lat.
44° 25' 25"
79° 22' 16"
- 4th largest inland lake
- max. Depth: 41
- part of the Trent Severn
- the north end of the lake
flows into Lake Couchiching via
the Atherly Narrows (which is home to one of the largest spring perch
fishing contests in North America)
- the Talbot, Beaver,
Holland, Maskinonge, Pefferlaw
and Black River flow into the lake
- a major effort has been
undertaken by volunteer
organizations and the Ministry of Natural Resources to re-establish a
healthy muskie population
- the cold water
fishery includes lake trout, whitefish, herring and ling. The warm water fishery includes small
and largemouth bass, walleye, carp and northern pike. The pan fishery includes yellow perch,
black crappie, bluegill and pumpkinseed sunfish
- dimensions: 18"x24"
- double sided
- paper map
- Lake Simcoe on
and Cook's Bay and Canal Lake on
the other side
- black/white and gray
- 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: $7.95 plus taxes & shipping
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
Federal Gov't Hydrographic Charts for Lake Simcoe and Canal Lake are
available at most marinas in the area.