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Kashwakamak Lake

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Vital Statistics for this Fishing Spot
Nearest City: Cloyne
County(s): Canada
State: Ontario
Acres: 2866
Shoreline: Rocky
Mean Depth: 27.4 ft
Max. Depth: 72 ft
Drainage: Mississippi
Lake Type: Freshwater
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch
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Mathew Matta | Posted: April 28, 2008

There are 3 types of fisherman on the Kashawakamak. Bass fisherman (Hanford), Walleye fisherman (Matta) and those that stand up in the boat(Kitko). 2 of the 3 usually find success.

Early morning and late at night are the best times. Day time fishing can frustrate.

Walt | Posted: May 2, 2008

Excellent website. Very informative. Use grubs, crawdads, and tubebaits along the rockey points and rockey shorelines - surface baits in the stumps and logs

Mike | Posted: November 5, 2008

The lake is dammed at the east end. This means there is a substantial amount of flooded land with tree stumps. The water level is lowered and raised about 4 ft each fall and spring. The extreme east end of the lake is quite shallow, but does provide a few bass and the occasional walleye. The central part of the lake is quite deep (about 70 ft). The east end has a treed shoreline with some broken rock - the west end has smooth granite and tree mixture. The south-east shore is Crown Land. Much of the rest is occupied by cottages, and some lodges. The lake has been overfished and is not stocked.

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