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Informational Guide to Lac Seul Ontario

Informational Guide to Lac Seul Ontario

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Lac Seul Lake Facts

  • Lac Seul is a large, crescent shaped reservoir in Kenora District, northwestern Ontario, Canada
  • It is approximately 241 km (150 mi) long
  • At its deepest it is 47.2 m, its levels are raised in the summer and then own in the winter months
  • It is the second largest body of water entirely within the province of Ontario (Lake Nipigon being first)
  • Lac Seul offers some of the best fishing in Ontario
  • Home to Trophy Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, and fighting Muskies
  • Over 400,000 acres of water and thousands of miles of shoreline