Ontario Ice Fishing

Ontario Ice Fishing Hut and Resources Directory

Ice Fishing Hut Rentals
Get out on the Ice for a day or a weekend at these great hut and bungalow rentals!

Articles and Information
Great information on how and where to go ice fishing.

Ice Augers
Get your holes drilled with these manual and motorized ice fishing augers.

Ice Fishing Clothing
Keep warm and safe with the right winter clothing.

Ice Fishing Electronics
Depth finders, flashers and underwater video maximize your chances of ice fishing success!

Ice Fishing Forums
Great places to share your ice fishing tips, trick, and stories.

Ice Fishing Shelters
Stay warm inside these ice fishing huts and shelters.

Ice Fishing Tackle
Includes ice rods, reels, lures, line, hooks, leaders, tip-ups, rattle reels, and other ice fishing accessories.

Ice Fishing Tournaments
Compete for cash and great prizes in these tournaments

Ice Fishing Videos
A few of our favorite ice fishing videos from YouTube.

Regional Fishing Sites
Regional websites with information on Ice Fishing across the world!

Other Links

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Ice fishing - Perhaps it’s the brisk air that hones your appetite and the cold waters that improve their flavour, but fish you haul through the ice seem to taste better than at any other time of the year. Ontario offers winter action as varied as during the open-water seasons. Many of our fish are even more accessible than in summer. Deep-water species like lake trout and whitefish often move from deep holes and become available over a wider area. Whether it’s lunker lake trout, northern pike, walleye, or tasty perch or crappie, Ontario remains the place to catch them when our lakes don their winter coats of ice.

For well-equipped anglers willing to fish in the open air and explore, the options are unlimited. Many resorts stay open all winter and can be used as home bases for ice anglers. On some lakes you can enjoy all the comforts of home in heated shanties, rented for reasonable rates, perched over the best fishing holes. On-ice transportation to the fishing grounds is included.

Lake Nipissing Ice Fishing
Bams Ice Fishing Adventures

In the northwestern part of the province, big lake trout keep anglers smiling all winter. Lake of the Woods, for one, just might give up that trout of a lifetime to an ice angler. But the area also offers fast action for walleye, whitefish, brook trout, pike, and slab-sided black crappie. There’s more exciting trout, walleye, and pike fishing as you move northeast.

And in the “Near North,” Lake Temagami has rental huts where you can settle in to jig a limit of whitefish, walleye, or lake trout. For a smorgasbord, from perch to walleye to fat lake herring, try huge Lake Nipissing. Its hut operators offer package deals that include on-shore accommodations and meals for extended stays.

Moving south again, the Haliburton Highlands and Muskoka harbour more lake trout and whitefish. Then it’s on to Lake Simcoe in the south. Lake trout, whitefish, and northern pike are again winter mainstays, but Simcoe and adjoining Lake Couchiching are also hotspots for jumbo yellow perch and black crappie. Each winter, Simcoe is dotted with fishing villages.

There’s a lot more. Across eastern Ontario many lakes feature a variety of trout, walleye, and panfish all winter. The Bay of Quinte just might offer one of the best chances in the province to catch a walleye weighing more than 10 pounds (4.54 kg). For perch and crappie, the Rideau system and smaller lakes from Napanee to Ottawa are tough to top. Give the winter action a try in Ontario. It’s hot!


Ice Fishing Lake Superior Park
By: Tyler Dunn - Tyler Dunn Guiding
Lake Superior Provincial Park is located directly on the Trans Canada Highway only 90 minutes north of Sault Ste. Marie. “The Park” as locals refers to it as is one of Ontario’s true trout gems boasting 1600 km2 of fantastic fishing. Established for the enjoyment of Ontario in 1944, the park had limited access until 1967 when highway 17 was completed. Lakes located in Lake Superior Park are primarily full of lake and brook trout although splake and northern pike are also available. A portion of the lakes are stocked with fish for put and take but many of the interior lakes are chalked full of natural, reproducing fish. These hard fighting trout display some of the most brilliant colours you will ever see on an inland trout.

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