Hawk Lake, Ontario

Angelo Viola with Hawk Lake Walleye

Location: Hawk Lake, Ontario GPS: N49º 45.384′ W094º 02.631′ Species: Walleye This Fish’n Canada Hotspot is on the main-lake side of a point leading into a shallow boulder bay on Hawk Lake in Northern Ontario. With the bottom here being so flat, look for fish on your sonar. By using a combination screen of Traditional, […]

Muskoka Lake, Ontario

Location: Muskoka Lake, Ontario GPS: N44º 57.500′ W079º 23.609′ Species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass This Hotspot is a point for Walleye, Pike, and Smallmouth Bass. If the fish are cranked up, then throwing 3-5″ plastics are your best bet. If the fish are slow and lethargic, then you may have to switch to live […]

Reaching Deep for Walleye – Episode 513

For this late fall Fish’n Canada episode, Steve Niedzwiecki and I head to my old stomping grounds, Ontario’s Bay of Quinte. As far as cold, open water is concerned, Quinte is one of the worlds best for big Walleye. This body of water is one of my absolute favourite Walleye waters in the entire country. […]

Hotspot – Bay of Quinte Walleye

Bay of Quinte (Adolphus Reach) Walleye – N 44° 03.989’ W 76° 57.566’ Today’s Hotspot is an area along Adolphus Reach, which joins Lake Ontario to the Bay of Quinte. The waypoint on your screen will get you right there. When trolling random areas for migrating Walleye, make your passes wide apart at first to […]

Did You Know? – Bay of Quinte Walleye

Did you know that Ontario’s Bay Of Quinte is often considered by many as a Walleye factory? Churning out double-digit fish after fish, year in and year out. So why are there so many massive Walleye in the Bay of Quinte? Well, genetics has a lot to do with it, as well as the abundance of […]

Gettin’ There – Bay of Quinte Picton Harbour Inn

To get to today’s awesome giant late-fall Walleye fishing, Steve and I first drove east on Hwy 401 and then took road-49 south at Marysville. We next turned left onto Bridge Street at the 3-way intersection in downtown Picton. From there it’s a quick left to the parking lot at the Picton Harbour Inn. This […]

Fish Talk – Open Water Lethal

Hiya folks, Gord Pyzer here, for Outdoor Canada Magazine. And I want to talk today about open water lethal. You know, this is a trick I learned out in the Queen Charlotte Islands, fishing for Salmon with some of the top guides out there. But it works for lake trout, works for walleye, anything out […]

Extreme Weather Walleye – Episode 510

The city of Timmins Ontario is situated in northeastern Ontario, Canada, on the Mattagami River. In this area, it’s the fourth-largest city with a population of over 40 thousand people. Our guess is pretty much every one of those people that are old enough to hold a fishing rod, fish. It’s an area of the […]

Poaching: Out-of-Season Walleye Nets Offender $6,000 Fine

Yet again another sad story comes to us from Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. This one reports a poaching incident in which the perpetrator was from the USA. Wayne Nasi, of Hurley, Wisconsin was illegally fishing for Walleye in an area called Tweed Creek on Lake Nipigon. We say “illegally” because in that […]

Hotspot – Ivanhoe Lake Walleye

Ivanhoe Lake Walleye – N 48° 09.901’ W 82° 31.060’ Today’s Hotspot is the first area that Steve and I fished on Ivanhoe Lake. The waypoint on your screen will get you there. It’s a gorgeous underwater hump or rise; a typical and perfect example of fishing structure. We had just scanned the area with […]