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What lakes are currently available?
Almost all of the AEM catalog is available à la chart ! Pick and choose your lakes/rivers!

(this is list of hyperlinks....click on the lake you want and you will be directed to Avenza's listing for that lake)
Barren Lake
Bedford Lake
Betula Lake
Brereton Lake
Big Whiteshell Lake
Caddy Lake
Falcon Lake
Heart Lake
Horseshoe Lake
Hunt Lake
Jessica Lake
Lone Island Lake
Lyons Lake
McHugh Lake
North Cross Lake
Red Rock Lake
South Cross Lake
Star Lake
Wasp Lake
West Hawk Lake
White Lake
Slave Falls Reservoir (Pointe du Bois to Slave Falls)
Lac du Bonnet: bundle
Lac du Bonnet: overview (FREE)
Lac du Bonnet: Seven Sisters area
Lac du Bonnet: Town area
Lac du Bonnet: west
Lac du Bonnet: central
Lac du Bonnet: east
Lac du Bonnet: Lee River north
Lac du Bonnet: Lee River south
Lac du Bonnet: Bird River
Pine Falls: bundle (Winnipeg River)
Pine Falls: overview (FREE)
Pine Falls: North
Pine Falls: South
Seven Sisters Reservoir: bundle (Winnipeg River)
Seven Sisters Reservoir: overview (FREE)
Seven Sisters Reservoir: Natalie Lake
Seven Sisters Reservoir: Pinawa to Otter Falls
Seven Sisters Reservoir: Dorothy and Nutimik lakes
Seven Sisters Reservoir: Numao Lake to Slave Falls
Lake of the Prairies: bundle
Lake of the Prairies: overview (FREE)
Lake of the Prairies: south section
Lake of the Prairies: south/central section
Lake of the Prairies: north/central section
Lake of the Prairies: north section (Roblin Bridge to Togo Bridge)
Pelican Lake: bundle
Pelican Lake: overview (FREE)
Pelican Lake: north
Pelican Lake: south
Anton's Lake
Beautiful Lake
Corstorphine Lake
East and West Goose Lakes
Lake Minnewasta
Laurie Lake
Patterson Lake
Stephenfield Lake
Tokaryk Lake
Twin Lakes
Whitemud River (lower)
Beresford lake
Bird Lake
Booster, Summerhill and Flanders Lakes
Garner Lake
Rice Lake
Shoe Lake
Manigatogan River (Lower)
Lake Winnipeg: south basin bundle
Lake Winnipeg: south basin overview (FREE)
Lake Winnipeg: Gimli
Lake Winnipeg: Sandy Hook
Lake Winnipeg: Winnipeg Beach
Lake Winnipeg: Matlock
Lake Winnipeg: Red River Mouth
Lake Winnipeg: Stoney Point
Lake Winnipeg: Balsam Bay
Lake Winnipeg: Grand Beach
Lower Red River: Lockport to Outlet Channels bundle
Lower Red River: overview (FREE)
Lower Red River: Lockport to Selkirk
Lower Red River: Selkirk Park to Bridge-to-Nowhere
Lower Red River: End of Main
Lower Red River: Outlet Channels
Lower Red River: Wavey, Netley, and Muckle creeks
Red River: St. Norbert to Lockport bundle
Red River: St. Norbert to Lockport overview (FREE)
Red River: South Winnipeg
Red/Assiniboine rivers: The Forks
Red River: North Winnipeg
Red River: St Andrews
Clearwater Lake: 2020 bundle
Clearwater Lake: overview (FREE)
Clearwater Lake: southwest section
Clearwater Lake: northwest section
Clearwater Lake: southeast section
Barbe Lake
Foot Print Lake
Mid Lake
Scotty Lake
Webster Lake
Shoal Lake: 2020 bundle
Shoal Lake: 2020 overview (FREE)
Shoal Lake: Indian and Snowshoe bays
Shoal Lake: Northeast
Lake of the Woods: Ptarmigan 2020 bundle
Lake of the Woods: Ptarmigan 2020 overview (FREE)
Lake of the Woods: Rush and Echo bays
Lake of the Woods: Deception and Woodchuck Bays
Lake of the Woods: Southwest Ptarmigan Bay
Lake of the Woods: North-Central Ptarmigan Bay
Black Sturgeon Lakes: bundle
Black Sturgeon Lakes: overview (FREE)
Upper Black Sturgeon Lake
Lower Black Sturgeon Lake
Deception Lake
Buffalo Bay: bundle (Lake of the Woods)
Buffalo Bay: overview (FREE; Lake of the Woods)
Buffalo Bay: North (Lake of the Woods)
Buffalo Bay: South (Lake of the Woods)
Moose Lake
Gull Lake
 

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A couple of questions - no Lake Manitoba maps?. Also I'm curious about the Lockport to Selkirk map accuracy , I would have thought that there are a lot of changes year to year based on flow rates, contour features being added or subtracted - or no?
 

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No Lake Manitoba maps yet.

There may come a time when we need to resurvey the Lockport to Selkirk area because of significant change, but thus far our testing indicates it is pretty stable. I am sure there are locations wherein a few inches of sediments have been eroded away and in others where deposition has occurred since we surveyed in 2018, but I daresay that those change are so small in magnitude that if we had done a complete resurvey in 2020....the differences would have largely been imperceptible. One thing that really surprised me when we began surveying the Red is that much of the river bed is actually dominated by harder substrates - sediments scoured away down to clay-pack and cobbles. That helps with stability. Its a pretty cool river, both downstream and upstream of Lockport - much more beautiful down below than it looks from shore.

More than likely the Red River mouth area will be the first area that we need to resurvey....lots of potential for change here because it is a depositional environment. Maybe after the next big flood? Or if they end up dredging as has been talked about again recently? Hard to say when touch-up surveying will be required.
 

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No Lake Manitoba maps yet.

There may come a time when we need to resurvey the Lockport to Selkirk area because of significant change, but thus far our testing indicates it is pretty stable. I am sure there are locations wherein a few inches of sediments have been eroded away and in others where deposition has occurred since we surveyed in 2018, but I daresay that those change are so small in magnitude that if we had done a complete resurvey in 2020....the differences would have largely been imperceptible. One thing that really surprised me when we began surveying the Red is that much of the river bed is actually dominated by harder substrates - sediments scoured away down to clay-pack and cobbles. That helps with stability. Its a pretty cool river, both downstream and upstream of Lockport - much more beautiful down below than it looks from shore.

More than likely the Red River mouth area will be the first area that we need to resurvey....lots of potential for change here because it is a depositional environment. Maybe after the next big flood? Or if they end up dredging as has been talked about again recently? Hard to say when touch-up surveying will be required.
Thanks for that great info !! much appreciated
 
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