|Lingham Lake: Fast Facts
- Lingham Lake is located
in Hastings County north of
Madoc, Ontario in Grimsthorpe Township
- co-ordinates: Lat.
44° 45' 51" Long.
- Lingham Lake is a man
made lake created by the damming of
the Black River which enters the lake on the north end and exits on the
- the Moira River
Conservation authority regulates the water
- access to the lake is
available on the south end of the
lake via a rough road from the village of Cooper
- the average depth is
8' the maximum depth is 18'
- the lake has a wide
variety of bass holding structure
including islands, extensive flats, bays and back bays loaded with lily
pads, weed beds, stumps and logs, rock piles and shoals
- the perimeter is approx.
42 km. (26.5 miles)
- the major fish species
are large and smallmouth bass
These maps are not navigation
boaters. They are designed for fishing purposes only.
- dimensions: 12"x18"
- double sided
- laminated map
- 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