Lake Wenegasa

Lake Wenasaga is an easy lake to fish. With 34 miles of shoreline and a five-mile river that leads north to a picturesque waterfall, Lake Wenasaga contains abundant numbers of walleye and northern pike. The fishery starts with a 30-foot waterfall at the north end of the river and ends with fast water rapids at the south end of the lake. These water rapids allow large numbers of fish to come up into Lake Wenasaga from Lac Seul for spawning, yet are steep enough to prevent boats from accessing our lake from below. The large waterfall at the north end of river also helps keep Wenasaga secluded since boats are unable to travel down the falls from the lake above.

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Other Ontario Canada Fishing Lakes:
Lake Irwin
Lake Jubilee
Lac des Milles Lac
Loree Lake
Lost Lake
Lake St. Joseph/Lake St. Joe
Long Legged Lake
Lac Seul
Logan Lake
Lount Lake
Larus Lake
Lynx Lake
Littleford Lake
Lysander Lake
Lake Minnitaki
Lake Minnehaha
Lake Mojikit
Lake Severn
Lake Wastayanipi
Lake Wenegasa
Little Indian Lake