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Ontario is known
around the world as a Prime fishing vacation
destination for World Class
Canada Fishing. Featuring incredible fishing lakes like:
Lake Of The
Lake, you are sure to catch your
fishing limit on these and most Ontario Lakes. There are
also many amazing
Fishing lakes in Ontario with unlimited
Trophy sized catches. Once you spend your fishing
vacation at one of our great
Fishing Lodges you
will find it's a place you don't want to leave.
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The Greatest Fishing in the WORLD is found in Ontario
Walleye Fishing Lakes
Eagle Lake, Ontario specializes in Trophy Walleye, Muskie
and Northern Pike.
Of The Woods
Lake of the
Woods, Ontario specializes in Trophy Walleye, Northern Pike,
Muskie, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass.
Lake Nipigon, Ontario specializes in Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Whitefish,
Lake Trout and Brook Trout.
Ontario specializes in Trophy Walleye and Northern Pike.
Lake, Ontario specializes in Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass.
Nipissing, Ontario specializes in Trophy Walleye.
Lake Simcoe, Ontario specializes in Walleye, Northern
Pike and Yellow Perch.
In the Spring, the best way to catch a trophy Ontario
Walleye is to troll along the shoreline just before dark
or at day-break. In the Summer when it gets hot in
Ontario, many of the big trophy Walleyes go deep. In
this case, you should try drifting really slowly in the
deep water. They can still be taken in the early
morning or late evening close to shore but during the
day, try trolling really slow with a 3-way swivel rig
and a worm harness. 15 feet deep is a good place to
start while trolling along deep drop-offs or deep weed
springtime Ontario walleye will take almost any bait or
lure, but may be more challenging to catch through the
summer months. Fall in Ontario often brings another peak
of walleye feeding activity. Casting or trolling
with spinners or minnow-imitating plugs is a good bet.
Special worm harness rigs of spinners and beads are
often trolled. Jigs, either traditional bucktails, or
tipped with any of the modern plastics, a piece of worm
or minnow are Ontario walleye angling favorites.
Lake Ontario Salmon Fishing
one of the most vibrant populations of trout and salmon
in the Great Lakes, the west end of Lake Ontario can be
an exciting fishery-if you understand how to locate fish
and trigger strikes. In the spring target schools
of salmon in 12-40 feet deep, the early spring season is
a good time for shallow-water techniques.
Minnow-style plugs such as the reef runner dominate lure
selection. In shallow water, a Slide Diver and
braided line works best. An angler can run 50 feet
or more of line behind the diving planer so salmon
aren't spooked by the boat. Downrigger lines can
be lowered to tempt salmon close to the lake bottom.
In late summer and fall, salmon begin to stage around
their spawning streams, and successful anglers target
the drop-offs in 80-200 feet. Chinook salmon
aggressively feed before heading up the rivers to spawn.
Lake Erie Smallmouth Bass Fishing
On Lake Erie, smallmouths gang up on specific
structures, and there's usually a sweet spot on that
structure. Surrounded by gobies, bass don't need to
roam. Drop-shot rigs allow you to place a bait on the
bulls-eye. Read it on sonar and drop bait vertically.
In summer, smallmouth bass often suspend on subtle,
deep-basin structure - 40 feet down in the Western Basin
and 60 feet down in the Eastern Basin. The best way to
catch them is to drop a bait down to their level and
hold it there with very little movement. On Western
Lake Erie look for small isolated points, corners, and
high spots on deep humps, key spots 25-35 feet deep.
Find structure that meets the main-lake basin.
Structure ends on Lake Erie at about 40 feet, so you're
looking for anomalies on that last bit of structure
where it meets the basin. Schools of big bass gather on
high spots, rockpiles, outcroppings, wrecks, or anything
different adjacent to that comparatively homogenous
Lake St. Clair
Smallmouth Bass Fishing
Drop-shot rigs make good coverage tools.
The best way to find smallmouth bass on Lake St Clair is to
locate their forage. That means to keep moving and fishing.
Look for hard spots in the weeds on Lake St. Clair.
During the crawfish hatch, find strips of hard bottom
that create pockets in vegetation. They can produce
for weeks at a time. Drop-shot rigs are tactile; ideal
for feeling your way around and finding patches of gravel,
rock, and other hard-bottom areas near weededges down to 18
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