About the Lake
Tomiko Lake is located just minutes north of Sturgeon Falls within Fisheries Management Zone 11 and Wildlife Management Area 41
(Lat. 46° 31′ 49″ Long. 79° 49′ 28”) .
The perimeter of the lake is approx. 55km / 34 miles and the surface area is about 1,819 hectares / 4,496 acres. Its average depth is about 25 feet with the deepest point being approximately 80 feet.
Tomiko Lake is fed by Mosquito Creek and Tomiko River which provides good spawning habitat for walleye. This is a sanctuary in the Spring. The lake adjoins to Chebogan Lake although access by boat is limited to very small vessels (canoes, small aluminum etc).
The fishing is excellent with pickerel/walleye and small mouth bass being the predominant catch. The surrounding creeks, marshes and woods provide excellent hunting of birds, deer, moose and bear.