Ontario Angler

Guide to Ontario Fishing Techniques and Tackle

 

 
Red Pine
Bay Wolf Camp
Northern Walleye Lodge
Fireside
 

 
Northern Walleye Lodge
Fireside
Bay Wolf Camp
Red Pine
 

Cast off your cares and angle your way through Ontario. With more freshwater lakes and rivers than any region in the world, it’s not surprising that we also have one of the greatest varieties of freshwater fish on earth. Our tasty catch includes northern pike that’ll give you a run for your line, sturgeon (the world’s largest freshwater fish), a plentiful supply and range of walleye, trout, bass and carp, and the best salmon run east of the Rockies. From remote fly-in fishing lodges and camps in the northlands that will thrill the most dedicated sportfisher, to casual and family recreational fishing in our more southerly lakes and rivers, Ontario offers anglers more adventures to experience and enjoy.  Whether you’re casting for crappies or reeling in a big one, when you drop bait in Ontario, you’re sure to hook a winner.

Everyone who fishes dreams of the  perfect fishing experience. The perfect challenge. The perfect cast. The perfect catch. Even the perfect spot in which to wet a line. Fortunately, there is one place where those dreams are met – and exceeded. In Ontario. Here you’ll find more than 400,000 lakes, rivers and streams that comprise 15 per cent of the world’s fresh water.

 

These bodies of water are brimming with the world’s most exciting and desirable freshwater sport fish. Only Ontario can offer you more types of freshwater fishing opportunities than anywhere else on earth.

This guide includes everything you need to know to start planning your trip to the world’s leading freshwater fishing destination.

You say you might want to do even more than land the lunkers? You’ve come to the right place. In addition to exceptional sportfishing, every region of Ontario has a host of great attractions that have neither gills nor fins