Hey Italo. you have helped me before and i have has great luck with it. i live about about 3040 minutes from harbor toronto. i was wondering if you could help me from where i can catch basssmall mouth walleye perch and carp. also along with where would u be able to tell me what exactly to use for each fish and exactly where to fish any lake pond or any place . Also i can only fish from shore since i dont have any boat or anything.Thanks again for helping me before. looking forward for your help again. regards

Posted on June 1st, 2012

HI Ahmd…For smallmouth bass you will need to wait until the 4th Saturday in June for the fishing season to be open for them. When it does, all of the Lake Ontario tributaries like the Rouge River, Credit River, and Bronte creek will have smallmouth bass in the lower sections of the tributaries. Best lures to use are the Jointed #7 Rapala, a Vibrax #2 spinner and 1/8 & 1/4 oz. jigs/3″ plastic grubs (twister tail, small tubes, etc.). For perch, the harbour mouths are good right now like at the mouth of the Credit River and Bronte Creek. Best way to fish for them is to use a “pickerel-rig” (two hooks on the line with a weight on the bottom), with small live minnows and fish close to the bottom. You should be able to catch yellow perch, white perch, and white bass all in the same area. If you want to target Walleye you will need to drive some distance, either to Lake Scugog and fish off they Hwy. #7A causeway at night casting the Rapala Husky Jerk #10, Or, you can drive to Port Dalhousie or the Niagara River at the Whirlpool and either cast crankbaits at night (Rapala DT12-16), or fish 3/8 oz. jigheads/3″ white twister tail grubs along the bottom. For carp, one of the best places for you to fish from shore is in Hamilton, ON where the DeJardines Canal flows into Hamilton Bay (at Hwy.#403, off of Main St. West, Hamilton – Coote’s Paradise Parking Lot and using the walking trail to get to the mouth of the Canal). Best presentation there is to use sweet kernel corn (from a can), on the bottom with a sliding-sinker rig…..God bless you, Italo

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