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Plumbing the depths
by Unknown - 20:42 on 10 April 2014
Talking to Pete the other day, we have decided to publish a map of the various (approximate) depths of the Trout Lake. If you click on the image it will take you to a Word file that you can print off, if you so wish. We have also named all the points so you can let people know where the fish are more "accurately".
As you will see, the average depth around the points and in the bays is about 8 feet going down to 12 further out. There is a 20 ft deep "trench" around the sunken island. Don't forget to "follow the wind"!
I have also included it on the Trout lake page.
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