Blackbirch Lake

located 110 miles northwest of Red Lake. The lake is approximately 12 miles long with numerous bays and creeks flowing into it. The main river, the Black Birch River, flows eastward into Deer Lake. The average depth of the Lake is approximately 18' - 25' with depths up to 80'. Walleyes average 18" with the largest up to 30" and the Northern population is growing with many noted trophies 40" plus.

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Other Ontario Canada Fishing Lakes:
Borel Lake
Botsford Lake
Barnston Lake
Betty Lake
Bear Paw Lake
Brownstone Lake
Bellsmith Lake
Blackstone Lake
Bemar Lake
Bamaji Lake
Brokenmouth Lake
Butler Lake
Bluffy Lake
Blackbirch Lake
Bow Lake
Bowden Lake
Birch Lake
Badesdawa(Mud) Lake
Berry Lake
Burnt Lake
Big Canon Lake
Big/Little Vermilion Lakes
Bertrand Lake