K’ùä Män (Kloo Lake)

K’ùä Män (Kloo Lake) is located in the western part of dákéyi (our country). It drains southwards via the Tsigra Chùa (Jarvis), Kaskawulsh and Alsek Rivers into the Pacific Ocean. The traditional name of the lake means “fishtrap lake,” but more recently it became referred to as Kloo Lake, meaning łu (whitefish) or fish lake.