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Catch walleye, northern pike, bass, panfish, and several trout species in Algoma Country's inland waters. Discover a year-round playground for anglers, extending north to the spectacular coastal beauty of the James and Hudson Bay lowlands and south to the rugged Lake Superior shoreline of Algoma Country. Near James Bay, fish for trout, walleye, northern pike and sturgeon in over 150,540 square miles (390,000 square kms) of incomparable natural beauty.
Enjoy peace and solitude while fishing a lake that sees only a few hard water fishing enthusiasts every year. Fish northern pike, walleye, trout (rainbows, brookies and lakers) whitefish and yellow perch. Or salmon if you're dropping a line down a hole in Batchawana Bay near Wawa on Lake Superior. Add ice fishing to your snowmobiling itinerary and enjoy two great winter activities in one spectacular unspoiled region of Ontario.
In the Hudson Bay lowlands, the third largest wetland in the world, fish the famous Sutton River for some of the largest brook trout on the planet. Or fly-in to a remote outpost on the Albany, one of many coastal headwater rivers where a great fishing adventure awaits.
The St. Mary’s River Rapids offers spectacular fly fishing. The rapids support annual runs of Chinook salmon, rainbows and Atlantic salmon from Lake Huron.