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With over 250,000 lakes in Ontario, there’s no reason to consider any other destination for your next fishing trip!
Remote, fly-in camp where its just you, the wilderness and all the fish you can snag. Fly or boat in to Campbell's Cabins on Lac La Croix near Quetico Provincial Park for walleye, northern pike, lake trout, smallmouth bass, and crappie. If trophy walleye is what you’re after, head to Garden Island Lodge on Lady Evelyn Lake which is accessible by boat or float plane.
Full-service lodges offering all the amenities, the meals, and more. Find ultimate luxury at Totem Resorts, which include Totem Lodge and Yellowbird Lodge and Chalet at Sioux Narrows in Lake of the Woods. Fish for the famed muskie at Chaudiere Lodge on the French River.
Bring your boat, gear and supplies to these budget friendly places. Anderson's Lodge in Sioux Lookout offers a variety of accommodation options, ranging from deluxe to comfortable housekeeping cottages complete with full kitchens.
Book an afternoon of fishing from friendly anglers ready to get you out on the water. Jimmy Riggin’ Fishing Charters will help you catch a famous Lake Erie perch. Or catch big salmon on Lake Ontario, from Port Credit with Unreel Charters.
There’s an art to the perfect fly fishing cast. Let Grand River Outfitting and Fly Fishing Shop show you ropes on the mighty Grand.
Truly a four season angling destination, Ontario’s winter paradise offers great ice fishing opportunities. Great outfitters include Ride On Rentals, Tim Hales Fish Huts and Floyd Hales Fish Huts on Lake Simcoe.
Known for trophy muskie, walleye, lake trout, northern pike, black crappie and bass also thrive in the pristine waters of the Northwest.
Catch walleye, northern pike, bass, panfish, and several trout species in Algoma Country's inland waters.
Fish huge lake trout, monster northern pike, or record-class brook trout in Northeastern Ontario.
Fish the iconic waters of the Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, Lake Simcoe, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario, as well historic waterways, pastoral rivers and scenic shorelines.