• Lake Of The Woods Ice Fishing Lake of the Woods is a lake occupying parts of the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Manitoba.  The lake is known world wide for its amazing musky fishery.  Perch, Pike, Pickerel, Walleye, Lake Trout, Whitefish and Ling Cod make up the main fishery on the lake during the winter months.  If you are planning an ice ...
  • Ice Fishing Lake Simcoe Ontario Information for Ice Fishing Lake Simcoe in southern Ontario. Lake Simcoe is a freshwater fishing paradise. The lake boasts ice fishing opportunities for a number of sportfish. The most targeted species are perch, crappie, pike, whitefish and Lake Trout. Major cities on the lake include Barrie, at the western end of Kempenfelt bay, Orillia to ...
  • Ice Fishing Belwood Lake Ontario Belwood Lake is located in southern Ontario near the town of Fergus. Created in 1942, Belwood Lake is the result of the construction of the Shand Dam, which in turn created the large reservoir now known as Belwood Lake. The Shand Dam was the first dam to be built in Canada with the sole purpose of water ...
  • GRCA Ice Fishing The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) runs a large number of conservation areas in the Grand River watershed in southern Ontario. Many of these conservation areas have reservoirs, or even lakes contained within them that are excellent opportunities for some easy access ice fishing. The Grand river flows over 300 kilometers through southern Ontario, and ...
  • Ice fishing Innerkip Ontario Innerkip pond is an accidentally man-made pond in an old quarry that flooded one day. When the quarry flooded, it was too fast to get all of the equipment out so there is still a bunch of it on the bottom. Divers use this location to dive through the ice in the winter and all ...
  • Rabbit Lake – Temagami Ice Fishing Rabbit Lake is located in the near north of Ontario.  Just east of Temagami Lake, and the town of Temagami, Rabbit lake is a prime destination in Ontario for ice fishing.  Nearly a hundred years ago, a hydro dam was built on Rabbit Lake, and it is still there.  Visitors to the lake in winter will ...