we are no experts.
For many years, we were the fun family type fishing people. The type that goes after dinner with grandpa, grandma, mom, dad the kids and who ever wanted to tag along for an evening of entertainment.
Fishing in the Kawartha Lakes
On Pigeon Lake by Nichols Cove we could fish for "Panfish", Perch, Sunfish, Rockbass and Crappie. Now you need a licence to fish, click here for more details.
The lakes in the Kawarthas have some of the best warm water fishing in southern Ontario. Click here to view the selection of fish in the Kawartha Lakes that Mark from Mark's Worm Warehouse in Bobcaygeon gave us to show you.
Kawartha lakes fishing is renowned for yellow pickerel, muskie, smallmouth and largemouth bass. In addition, they support large populations of panfish such as rock bass, yellow perch, sunfish and bullheads. One of the biggest fishing draws here to the Kawarthas is the walleye. Click here for some tips on recommended fishing lures to catch that big fish.
Generally, fishing in the Kawarthas tend to be rather crowded at certain times of the year especially in the spring so book your motel, cottage, B&B, camp site early. Or you can always find someone willing to let you crash at their place.
Ice fishing on the Kawartha Lakes is over for the season, but this is the first year in 80 years, anglers are officially allowed in the Kawarthas. Click here for more detail.
Early morning fishing on Pigeon Lake