SLRA members can update their personal information, review Water Test results, access newsletters and more in the Members Only section of the website.


Useful Links:

Soyers Lake Maps
Maps showing the marker buoys are available in both Google Maps and Printable (PDF) formats

Fishing in Ontario
Soyers Lake is in Zone 15

Lake Water Levels
Choose Burnt River Watershed and then Canning Lake from the Trent-Severn Waterway website

Landfill Site Hours
Courtesy of the Township of Minden Hills website.

Power Outage Map
Hydro One map of current power outages

Forest Fire Information
Ministry of Natural Resources
Forest Fire Info Map

Haliburton Webcam
Courtesy of Team Haliburton Highlands RE/MAX.

Road Construction
Click Construction in the Traffic and Road Info area of the MTO Interactive Map

  • Last updated - April 16 & May 8, 2017
  • The Soyers Lake Spring Newsletter was added in the MEMBERS ONLY / NEWSLETTERS area (Make sure to have your login information ready)

  • Lake Steward 2017 Spring Report was added in the NEWS area

  • Instructions on how to Pay Your Dues by e-Transfer were added in the MEMBERS ONLY area (Make sure to have your login information ready)

  • Information on 2017 Soyers Lake Social Activities was added below

  • A link to Fishing in Ontario on the MNRF website was added in the USEFUL LINKS area to the right

2016 Soyers Lake Photo Contest
The Winners were announced in the Spring 2017 Newsletter.
In the Scenery Category - Karen Doucette for Kosmo in Kayak
In the Wildlife Category - Terry Rutherford for Butterfly
In the Action Category - Stefan Laszek for Kid in Flight



Soyers Lake Activities - 2017

Annual General Meeting - Saturday July 8, 2017
The 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held at the Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association Fish Hatchery on Saturday July 8, 2017 at 10:00 am. Come out and learn about your lake association and meet your Directors.

Soyers Lake Bass Fishing Derby
The annual Bass Fishing Derby is again being held for children under 16 years of age. The Derby will begin on the Opening Day of Bass Fishing Season and will end at the Corn Roast. Fish must be caught in Soyers Lake. We promote “Catch and Release” and in order to accomplish this you will bring to the Corn Roast pictures of your longest bass with a clearly visible tape measure lying along its length. The fish will be judged on length alone.

Fun Sail - Saturday August 5, 2017 at 2:00 pm
The No Wind date will be Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 2:00 pm. Please get out your sailboats and join us at 2:00pm at the North end of the lake for a fun-filled afternoon on the water.

Corn Roast - Saturday August 19, 2017
More details to come.


Pictures from 2016 Activities





 

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