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    Default Lake listing and depth charts

    Thought this might be a good time to re-post the ADF&G website showing lake depths and characteristics - Lake depth charts



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    Awesome info akmud! I needed this to take my mind off fishing guides for a minute. Anyway saved to my favorites!

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    I see they added some new lakes on that list....answers Alot of questions that i had about them...such as chelatna and clarence lakes



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    so what's the deal with Kenai Lake?? I've never been able to find any Bathymetric charts for that lake and you would think there'd be some out there...
    anyone have any info they could share?

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    Here is some bathy data for kenai lake, 100 ft contours.
    http://wwwdggs.dnr.state.ak.us/pubs/id/3884 plate 1 and report here http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/webpubs/u...ext/p0543a.PDF


    Better than nothing, I suppose.

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    correction, 20 ft contours.

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    Very useful information for the lakes they have listed. Would be nice to know for other lesser-known lakes, but I guess having maps would probably lead to them being fished more. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmahay View Post
    Jocko
    Here is some bathy data for kenai lake, 100 ft contours.
    http://wwwdggs.dnr.state.ak.us/pubs/id/3884 plate 1 and report here http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/webpubs/u...ext/p0543a.PDF


    Better than nothing, I suppose.
    excellent info....i have often wondered how deep that lake is in certain areas.....think itd be deeper than 560ft.....ill be darned you know there could be some real monstrous fish in there somewhere.....

    thanks for posting dmahay!



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    http://alaska.fws.gov/nwr/kenai/over...athymetric.htm

    Here is a link that will help all those fishing the Kenai wilds life area

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