Ogoki Reservoir

The Ogoki Reservoir covers over 34,000 acres and is 35 miles in length. This reservoir was formed as a water diversion to divert water flowing north and east to James Bay, south into Lake Nipigon for hydro generation on the Nipigon River. Construction on the project took place during the 1930’s and the dams were closed in 1942 combining three lakes into one large body of water.

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Other Ontario Canada Fishing Lakes:
Oneegum Lake
Otoskwin River
Otatakan Lake
Osnahburgh Lake
Odin Lake
Orono Lake
Okanse Lake
Optic Lake
One Pine Lake
Ogoki Reservoir
Olson Lake
Otoskwin Lake