McInnes Lake

A 25 mile long north/south lake located 70 to 95 miles north of Red Lake. This lake hosts walleye, northern and lake trout. The walleye in McInnes are of a larger average size than in our other lakes. The lake is divided into sections. The main body and northern arms are deep and provide habitat for lake trout and structure for great late summer/fall walleye fishing. The east shore and south end are shallow and home to great walleye/northern fishing. This lake is an experienced fisherman’s dream, but yet provides great opportunity for the novice fisherman.

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Other Ontario Canada Fishing Lakes:
Marchington Lake
Menako Lake
McInnes Lake
Mameigwess Lake
Musk Lake
Miniss Lake
Mountiary Lake
Metionga Lake
MacDowell Lake
Moose Lake
Morris Lake
Mallette Lake
Markop Lake
Mawley Lake
Marvin Lake
Miller Lake
My Lake