Location: Wabatongushi Lake, Ontario GPS: N48º 25.920′ W084º 12.607′ Species: Walleye This Hotspot is a rocky point about midway up the southern portion of Wabatongushi Lake in the Algoma Region of Ontario. It was featured in the Fish’n Canada episode, “Charting New Depths.” The waypoint on the screen will get you there. We found fish […]
The province of Ontario is thought to have gotten its name from an Iroquois word meaning “Beautiful water”—and we couldn’t imagine a more fitting title. With over a quarter of a million unique lakes containing one-fifth of the planet’s fresh water, Ontario is a bottomless treasure chest for anglers of all types, delivering wonders and […]
When the Fish’n Canada crew hits the water, it isn’t all fun and games. Or is it? Take a look back at the many fishing follies we experienced during our 2016 season with these extended bloopers and outtakes.
Wabatongushi Lake – N 48° 25.920′ W 84° 12.607 Today’s Hotspot is a rocky point about midway up the southern portion of Wabatongushi Lake in the Algoma Region of Ontario. The waypoint on the screen will get you there. We found fish anywhere from 8-20+ feet deep, so definitely use your electronics to scour this […]
To get to today’s newly mapped Walleye water, I first drove north on Hwy 400 to 69. I turned north-west on Hwy 17, and then turned north-east on 519 to the town of Dubreuilville. From there it was dirt roads to the meeting area of this drive-to lodge. Please note, Loch Island Lodge has a […]
The Ontario portion of this Fish’n Canada season took us to a wide array of locations. Here’s how it played out: Our tour started at Blue Fox Camp on Kirkpatrick Lake in the Algoma Region. We next travelled to Loch Island Lodge on Wabatongushi Lake, which is situated northeast of Wawa. From there, we ventured […]