Clark Lake is a very small lake located 6.4km ENE of Norquay and 83km NNE of Yorkton. The lake has a surface area of 76 acres and is located at: 51.89824356020875,-101.99595670935345.
The lake is in the southern fishing zone. We don't know of any fish species that can be found in Clark Lake.
There are no parks or communities on the lake. Clark Lake is within Livingston No. 331 (Rural Municipality).
Duck Mountain Provincial Park is 38km NW, Lieu historique national du Canada du Fort-Livingstone is 2.3km W, Lieu historique national du Canada du Fort-Pelly is 14km N, Fort Livingstone National Historic Site of Canada is 2.3km W, Fort Pelly National Historic Site of Canada is 14km N, Fort Pelly #1 Historic Site is 13km N and Fort Livingstone is 2.3km W of Clark Lake.
Is this not the Clark Lake you are looking for? There are 4 Clark Lakes in Saskatchewan.
What fish are in Clark Lake
We don't know of any fish species that can be found in Clark Lake. Please let us know if you do!
Fishing season on Clark Lake is open from May 5, 2023 to March 31, 2024.
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