Walleye Capital of Canada
Go Fishing in the #1 rated Walleye Capital of Canada and one of 20 top Canadian Fishing Destinations by World Fishing Network. Bay of Quinte Fishing can be accessed by Boat, or take a Chartered Fishing Tour with our experienced Guides.
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Amazing walleye fishing in South Eastern Ontario
around the Bay of Quinte. Boat charters offer group excursions to favourite spots among the lakes and rivers and a morning or a whole day’s outing is pretty much guaranteed to net some great fun and memories. Some anglers are so impressed by the fishing here that they come back in the winter for more. The excitement of ice fishing in a tent over frozen water is enough to keep enthusiasts warm, and with less competition in the winter, the results can be amazing.
They take their walleye fishing seriously in the Bay of Quinte area of South Eastern Ontario, and for good reason. After all, this is the walleye capital of the world. Anglers come here from all over for some serious trophy fishing. Hiring a professional guide who knows where the fish are biting might just get you hooked on walleye fishing (or pickerel fishing, if you prefer)
Call it Walleye or pickerel fishing – it’s best on the Bay of Quinte
walleye, pike and bass. There’s a recreational area where the kids can stretch, and boat rentals for exploring the shoreline or just drifting on the breeze. South Eastern Ontario cottage rental options for any sized group can make the walleye fishing here a memorable week-long retreat or a relaxing weekend getaway from Toronto, Montreal or the U.S. North East – all just 2-3 hours away. Walleye fishing or pickerel fishing; the name’s not important – the great fishing you get in South Eastern Ontario is what matters.
Whether you call it walleye fishing or pickerel fishing, the rental cottages around the Bay of Quinte put the fish right outside your door. Sipping a coffee and watching the mist burn off a calm lake sets the mood for an early morning with rod and reel in hand. Beachwood Hollow Resort on Stoco Lake north of Belleville is a quiet spot to rent a cabin and angle for muskie,
Develop a taste for fishing Ontario trout and bass too
Caiger's Resort offers great fishing for salmon, trout, pike, bass and many other area species in the heart of the 1000 Islands. This is the place to head back to shore after some time on the water for a cold beer on their licensed riverfront patio or dining room. Heading north from Kingston, there’s more lively Ontario fishing among the 5000 lakes of the Land O’Lakes region. Even if you’re not looking to land the next record-breaking walleye, there’s great fishing wherever you are on the Great Waterway.
South Eastern Ontario is a civilized wilderness. Anglers are never far from great Ontario fishing or five-star dining along The Great Waterway. It’s easy to be fishing Ontario rivers in the morning and sampling award-winning wines in the afternoon. Great walleye fishing spots are within an easy drive of historic Belleville and Picton – right in the middle of the wineries of Prince Edward County. An easy cure for cabin fever here is an evening of live music or theatre. Near historic Kingston on the St. Lawrence River, the staff at Caiger's Resort is friendly and
Looking for more fun on the water after hooking the big one? Try the great boating in South Eastern Ontario.