Listed below are the best fishing lakes near Racine. Our fishing community has rated these lakes as having the best fishing via their submitted fishing reports. To find more detailed information click on the lakes name. The lake page contains a fishing map with catch photos, fishing spots and other nearby features as well as fishing reports and general information about the lake.
Racine is a small town in Le Val-Saint-François County Quebec, Canada. Local anglers have a wide variety of fishing spots to chose from as Racine is surrounded by 167 lakes. Some of the lakes within 50 km are Lac des Chutes, Lac Jaja, Lac Agnès, Lac Suzette, Lac Novy, Lac Jean-Pierre, Lac Miller, Lac Boisjoli, Lac Brais and Lac La Rouche. For those anglers preferring to fish in rivers, creeks and streams, they will find the area around Racine offers about 1283 options within 50 km. Some of these rivers are Ruisseau Benda, Cours d'eau Lussier, Ruisseau Duhamel, Ruisseau Brandy, Branche Coddington-Petit, Ruisseau Gulf, Cours d'eau Bombardier, Cours d'eau Bissonnette, Ruisseau Ely and Rivière Fraser.