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Your Fishing in Ontario guide

View of the beach and deck area on Halls LakeFishing trips in Ontario offer a great getaway and a satisfying outdoor adventure for fishermen and their fishing families. In Ontario we take our fishing seriously. Please adhere to our "Catch and Release" and "Catch and Eat" policies to help ensure great fishing opportunities and thrills for our future generations.

With 250,000 inland lakes, hundreds of navigable rivers and with shorelines on four of the Great Lakes, Ontario offers exciting opportunities for fishing. Ontario is home to an astounding 158 species of freshwater fish. Though probably best known for its productive muskie waters and abundant walleye fishery, Ontario also offers great fishing for northern pike, lake trout, speckled trout, steelhead, salmon, whitefish, perch and both largemouth and smallmouth bass.

Fishing in Ontario can be as close or as far as your imagination takes you. Access is by automobile, float plane, boat-in or water taxi, train, or paddle your canoe. You can rough it or be pampered in the lap of luxury as you enjoy all that Ontario has to offer the sportsman and the family.

A selection of great Ontario fishing info is available for your trip preparation.

Ontario is a great place for a family fishing vacation. With the abundance of species available, children don't have to wait long before the action begins. Provincial parks, camps and resort settings are seldom far from great fishing. Tourist outfitters and resort operators are happy to tailor their packages for families who love to fish.

Conservation is the key.
In 1995, Ontario resident anglers caught more than 74 million fish and released almost two-thirds of them. The most frequently caught species were yellow perch, walleye, and bass.

In 1995, non-resident, non-Canadian anglers caught 43.7 million fish in Ontario and released more than 70% of them. The most frequently caught species were walleye, northern pike and panfish. A job well done!


Round out your family holiday with swimming, horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, theme park or museum visits and everyone will have an array of great memories.

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