Named for the large herds of caribou whose winter migration brought them to the lake, Reindeer Lake is one of the most fascinating bodies of water you will ever fish. The ninth largest lake in Canada, Reindeer holds something for nature lovers, historians, geologists, and fisherman alike. The beautiful breathtaking scenery is resplendent in the unspoiled Saskatchewan North. Some of the rock formations around Reindeer are Precambrian, the oldest on earth. The famous Deep Bay, a site of a meteorite strike over 140 million years ago is over 700 feet deep. Local legend has it that it is home to a lake monster. Fisherman are drawn to the area for the pristine waters and the variety of fish they support. Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Walleye, and Arctic Grayling, among other species, make the lake their home.