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Types of Fish in Ontario

Atlantic Salmon
Brook Trout
Brown Trout
Bullhead
Channel Catfish
Chinook Salmon
Coho Salmon
Crappie
Gar
Lake Trout
Largemouth Bass
Muskie
Northern Pike
Rainbow Trout
Rock Bass
Smallmouth Bass
Steelhead Trout
Walleye
White Bass
Whitefish
Yellow Perch

ONTARIO with some 250,000 lakes, hundreds of miles of shoreline (with boders on 4 Great Lakes) it is a incredible wonderland for the outdoor enthusist. If you come fishing you will find some of the greatest varieties of fish any where in canada. Of the 228 species found in canada we have 160 varieties . Whether you yearn to dip your fly in our clean brooks, toss minnows into our crystal lakes, or enter one of the “Big” lakes for salmon- We have what you desire.

The species most commonly fished for ( and record weights) include:

LargeMouth Bass (4.73 kg=10.43#).

Some of the more popular destinations include:Lake of the woods, Lake Nippising, & Lake Nipigon.

: This lake is large enough to ensure that you will have plenty of fishing spots. It has over 64,000 miles of shoreline and over 1300 islands. The closest city is Kenora, Ontario, which offers full amenities whether you wish to stay in a fancy hotel, Campground or some place in between.

Other area attractions include:Museums, Parks, and Hiking Trails. No matter what you want the city of kenora has it while keeping the small town ambiance.

Species of fish available here include: Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge (musky), Large mouth & Small mouth Bass, Lake Trout , & Yellow Perch.

Ontario with some 250,000 lakes, hundreds of miles of shoreline (with borders on 4 Great Lakes) it is a incredible wonderland for the outdoor enthusist. If you come fishing you will find some of the greatest varieties of fish any where in canada. Of the 228 species found in canada we have 160 varieties . Whether you yearn to dip your fly in our clean brooks, toss minnows into our crystal lakes, or enter one of the “Big” lakes for salmon- We have what you desire.

The species most commonly fished for ( and record weights) include:

LargeMouth Bass (4.73 kg=10.43#).

Some of the more popular destinations include:Lake of the woods, Lake Nippising, & Lake Nipigon.

: This lake is large enough to ensure that you will have plenty of fishing spots. It has over 64,000 miles of shoreline and over 1300 islands. The closest city is Kenora, Ontario, which offers full amenities whether you wish to stay in a fancy hotel, Campground or some place in between.

Other area attractions include:Museums, Parks, and Hiking Trails. No matter what you want the city of kenora has it while keeping the small town ambiance.

Species of fish available here include: Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge (musky), Large mouth & Small mouth Bass, Lake Trout , & Yellow Perch.

North Bay located on the shores of this lake is a big city (population 63,424 with a total land area of 121.59 square miles.) with a small town feel. They offer first class dining, all modern amenities, and Luxurious accommodations this is truly a wonderland. If you prefer life at a slower pace we have a wide variety of motels, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds as well. Species of fish available include: Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge (musky), Large mouth & Smallmouth Bass, Whitefish, Ling, and Yellow Perch.

Closest town is Thunder Bay, Ontario. The current world record Brook Trout was caught here.(it weighed over 14 Lbs !!!!) This lake is known for harboring Huge fish. Thunder Bay is the most populated metropolis in north western Ontario. It is home to a population of 108,359 people.

There are many items available here from the 5 star dining and hotels to the small mom &pop motels and anything else in between. There is a wide variety of area attractions including: many parks museums and shopping centers, and four season outdoor fun as well.

For the natural history buff a day spent at Fort William Historical Park would be in order. This 1800′s North west fur company trading post has been brought back to life. There is live re-enactments daily of what life was like in the 1800′s.

Species of fish available on this lake include: Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, & Whitefish.
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Lake Scugog


Only a short 45 minute drive from Toronto, Lake Scugog is a great option for Torontonians looking for good fishing close by. Located between Port Perry and Lindsey and accessible via Highway 7, it is in the Kawartha lakes region though not technically part of them. The Scugog River is the only outflow and connects to Sturgeon Lake.
Types Of Fishes : Bluegill, Bullhead, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch
Closest Cities : Clarington 25km, Whitby 28km, Oshawa 31km, Newcastle 36km, Newcastle 36km


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Baptiste Lake


19 km from Bancroft, Ontario anglers will find Baptiste Lake and will not be disappointed. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Baptiste Lake include Killaloe Station, Kawartha Lakes and Campbellford/Seymour. If Baptiste Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Hound Creek, Faraday Creek, Lunan Creek, McGarry Creek, Hudson Creek, Hamilton Creek, Leafield Creek, Bird Creek, Lighthouse Creek and Chainy Creek.
Closest Cities : Bancroft 19km, Killaloe Station 67km, Kawartha Lakes 87km, Campbellford/Seymour 91km, Peterborough 92km


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Lake Erie


Located around 36 km from St. Thomas, Ontario Lake Erie has much to offer anglers of all skill levels. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Lake Erie include Aylmer, Westminster and Westminster. If Lake Erie doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Kettle Creek, Catfish Creek, Little Creek, Silver Creek, Beaver Creek, Talbot Creek, Mill Creek, Bradleys Creek, Big Otter Creek and Bradley Creek.
Types Of Fishes : Bluegill, Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Coho Salmon, Crappie, Drum, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Rainbow Trout, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Steelhead Trout, Walleye, White Bass, White Perch, Whitefish, Yellow Perch
Closest Cities : St. Thomas 36km, Aylmer 38km, Westminster 47km, Westminster 50km, Tilsonburg 54km


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Orr Lake


17 km from Midland, Ontario anglers will find Orr Lake and will not be disappointed. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Orr Lake include Wasaga Beach, Penetanguishene and Barrie. If Orr Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are McMahon Creek, Hogg Creek, Hog Creek, Sturgeon River, Wye River, Matheson Creek, Nottawasaga River, North River, Sturgeon Creek and Coldwater River.
Types Of Fishes : Black Bullhead, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Bass, Yellow Perch
Closest Cities : Midland 17km, Wasaga Beach 20km, Penetanguishene 20km, Barrie 28km, Orillia 30km


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Rice Lake


18 km from Peterborough, Ontario anglers will find Rice Lake and will not be disappointed. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Rice Lake include Port Hope, Cobourg and Port Hope and Hope. If Rice Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Stoney Creek, Goose Creek, Otonabee River, Steamboat Creek, Kent Creek, Indian River, Wood Duck Creek, Squirrel Creek, Lepers Creek and Baxter Creek.
Types Of Fishes : Bullhead, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch
Closest Cities : Peterborough 18km, Port Hope 22km, Cobourg 23km, Port Hope and Hope 24km, Campbellford/Seymour 28km