Category: wilderness fishing

hi italo,notsure if my last question got to you. itwas any info.on drivein with a flyin day trip in northeastern ontario for me and my son in june or july.near timmins any good outfitters you would recommend ? thanks a lot dave mcquay p.s. pikeand pickeral and maybe trout and bass

Posted on March 27th, 2015

Hi Dave…The best outfitter I can suggest to you in that region is Air Ivanhoe. You can reach them at,
www.airivanhoe.com
…God bless you, Italo

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Hi Italo I was wondering about inexpensive lodges and out posts. You go to some excellent places however I could never afford such luxuries. Could you suggest some great fishing at less expensive loges in Ontario if you know any Thanks so much and god bless. Gibral

Posted on March 27th, 2015

Hi Gibral….One of the most affordable fly-in fishing packages are offered by,http://www.ontariowilderness.com/ . We have produced several shows fishing different lakes for trophy walleye, pike and brook trout. I think that some of their fly-in packages start at about $450./person for a 4-day package….God bless you, Italo

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Hi Italo I hope to plan a fishing and camping trip this summer for myself and a few friends but I have no idea where to start. We are from the KitchenerWaterloo area so anywhere within a 23 hour drive would be ideal. Id hope to camp and fish for a couple days possibly for walleye trout or pike. I love watching your show and any advice you could give would be greatly appreciated!

Posted on March 27th, 2015

Hi Peter,,,Thank you for your kind words. I would really encourage you to check out the Bud Train out of either Sudbury, or Chapleau, ON. You can put all your gear on the train, even a small boat, kayak, canoe, etc., and have them drop you off along the way at any of the many stops, like the Spanish River. You can experience unspoiled fishing, choose your own campsite and just confirm with the people on the train which day and time you would like to be picked up. I know this would make for an excellent camping/fishing trip….God bless you, Italo

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Hey Italo i am a very big fan watch CSF every morning before i go to school and i was wondering if you can give me some help with picking a lake for this upcoming May long weekend 2014 i am not sure what is in season at that time and i wanted to know best lakes to go in southern ontario 24 hours away from toronto at most and what fish are in season and what lures to use. Thanks big fan Keep on Fishin

Posted on March 27th, 2015

Hi Marco…Thank you for your kind words. In May you will be either targeting trout, walleye or pike. Bass and musky season won’t be open yet in southern Ontario. Here are my suggestions: -Lake St. John, Orillia, ON – perch, crappie, walleye & pike (bass after the season opens) -Darymple Lake, Orillia, ON – perch, crappie, rockbass, bluegill, walleye & pike (bass & musky in regular season) -Smith’s & South Bay, Wapoos, ON (south of Picton,ON) – excellent for lot’s of pike in May and some big walleye (bass in regular season also) -Wicksteed Lake, Martin River, ON -excellent for pike, walleye (bass later in the season) If you are willing to drive a little farter, the Kapuskasing, ON regions has excellent walleye & pike fishing at the end of May. Good rivers and lakes there for walleye & pike include: -Rufus Chain of Lakes and especially Opisatica Lake (5th lake in the chain of lakes) -Kapuskasing River, Kapuskasing -Grounghog River -Mattagami River -Remi Lake Hope you get to fish some of these excellent places….God bless you, Italo

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