Doré Lake

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Doré Lake
NASA image of Dore Lake, Saskatchewan.jpg
Doré Lake is located in Saskatchewan
Doré Lake
Doré Lake
Location of Doré Lake in Saskatchewan
Location Saskatchewan
Coordinates 54°46′N 107°18′W / 54.767°N 107.300°W / 54.767; -107.300Coordinates: 54°46′N 107°18′W / 54.767°N 107.300°W / 54.767; -107.300
Primary outflows Doré River to the Beaver River
Catchment area 2,435 km2 (940 sq mi)
Basin countries Canada
Surface area 640 km2 (250 sq mi)
Average depth 10.9 m (36 ft)
Max. depth 20.4 m (67 ft)
Water volume 6.68 km3 (5,420,000 acre⋅ft)
Residence time 175 years
Shore length1 195 km (121 mi)
Surface elevation 459 m (1,506 ft)
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1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Doré Lake is a lake of Saskatchewan in the basin of the Beaver River (Canada). The northern village of Dore Lake is located on South Bay and is accessed by Highway 924. Big Island, Iskwasoo and Burnt are islands in the north section while Smith Island is to the west. The Doré River flows into the Beaver River from the west side of the lake.[3][4] Doré is the Canadian French term for walleye.

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