Toobally Lakes Yukon Territory

Toobally lakes are the largest two lakes in the southeast corner of Canada's Yukon Territory. These two lakes are known locally as 'Upper" and 'Lower" Toobally. They are connected by the upper Smith river. Both of these lakes are superb lake trout, and northern pike waters. With a depth of 250-feet and many shallow shoals, they offer great fish habitat. The Smith river is a great arctic grayling fishery in its own right. 
 
Tributaries:
Smith River
Source:
Spring fed
Length:
10 miles
Basin:
1,200 sq miles
0 reviews   0 comments
Fishing Quality
Scenery
Access
Water quality

Discover Your Own Fishing and Hunting Adventures

With top destinations, guided trips, outfitters and guides, and river reports, you have everything you need.