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Montreal Lake (Saskatchewan)

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Primary outflows  Montreal River
Surface area  445 km (172 sq mi)
Surface elevation  490 m
Outflow location  Montreal River
Basin countries  Canada
Area  445 km²
Province  Saskatchewan
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Settlements  Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan, Timber Bay

Montreal Lake is a lake of Saskatchewan, Canada and the source of the Montreal River. It is located between Saskatchewan Highway 2 on the west side and Highway 969 on the east side. Prince Albert National Park is across Saskatchewan Highway 2 and Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park is across Saskatchewan Highway 969 from the lake. Timber Bay and the town of the same name Montreal Lake are near the east shore on Saskatchewan Highway 969

Map of Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada

Fish species include: walleye, yellow perch, northern pike, lake trout, lake whitefish, cisco, burbot, white sucker and longnose sucker.

References

Montreal Lake (Saskatchewan) Wikipedia


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