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Night Hawk Lake Fishing

About Night Hawk Lake

Night Hawk Lake is a lake in the province of Ontario, Canada. Walleye is the most popular fish captured here. Night Hawk Lake is an excellent choice for small groups of people. It is located 35 air miles northeast of Red Lake in a rural region.

This lake is divided into five parts, each having a small stream. The lake has been unfished for years, but it is teeming with walleye and northern fish. Special rules apply to this lake in order to ensure that the fishing remains excellent.

Night Hawk Lake Fishing

Guests at Hawk Lake may enjoy some of the best smallmouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, and legendary walleye fishing found anywhere, from spinning to bait casting to fly fishing.

The variety and quantity of lakes in this Canadian Shield Lakes system give the flexibility required to ensure the finest angling chances in every season. Come discover why these lakes have been named "some of North America's greatest smallmouth bass waters."

Night Hawk Lake Fishing
Night Hawk Lake Fishing

Over 30 square miles of beautiful, rarely fished waters await you at Hawk Lake. 5 different prize species are waiting for you, ranging from pike and walleye to lake trout and even black crappie!

The Night Hawk Lake shoreline is typically quite rocky, with sheer cliffs reaching 200 feet in many places. There are several small underwater reefs and protected sand beaches spread across the lake.

There are six islands in all. The river joins the lake at the north end through Viaduct and Cliff lakes. Mirror, Paddy, Saphire, and Solace all have streams that flow into Hawk. The Rushing River and Bass Lake get all of the water that goes through the southernmost bay. The maximum depth is 420 feet. The water clarity exceeds 15 feet.