Hey ItaloI am going camping in Algonquin park next week. Any advice for shore fishing. I am staying in lake of two rivers. I know some shore access spots throughout the 60 corridor, but if you have a particular spot suggestion, id love to hear it. My main question however is what should I expect from those lakes from shore? Just smallmouth or is it late enough for trout from shore? Should i look deep or shallow? Any other advice?Thanks ItaloPosted on September 29th, 2020
Hi John, trout season normally opens the 4th Sat. in April and closed Sept.30 of each year in Algonquin Provincial Park. Considering that you can’t target trout I would encourage you to fish the shorelines for bass. Smallmouth should be just of the shorelines and you should do well casting Vibrax spinners, shallow-running crankbaits, Rapala twitch-baits like the Rip-Stop and fishing a variety of soft-plastics on jigheads just off the bottom. Those include 4” tubes, 3” twister-tails and definitely the new “Italo’s Minnow” from Fishing Complete.
God bless you, Italo