The Fish of Lake Ontario
Lake Ontario is the smallest of the Great Lakes--193 miles long and 53 miles wide, with 726 miles of shoreline. Its average depth is 283 feet, and its maximum depth is 802 feet.
See also Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, non-native species, or the complete listing of fish on this website. Note that not every species of fish found in the Great Lakes is included.
For current weather conditions, as reported by regional stations, see NOAA's Interactive Marine Observations site. For more weather and fishing information, see the Fishing page under Special Features on this site.
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