Fishing in Temagami › ›
Once found only in certain limited
waterbodies in southern and northwestern Ontario, the black crappie's range is
now spreading faster than any other fish species in the province. A fast
growing, delicious panfish, the number of one pound slabs that swim our waters
is simply mind-boggling!
Anglers love crappies. Crappies produce
sweet-tasting fillets. There are actually two types of crappies: the black and
the white. They are tough to tell apart. Both travel in schools and feed on
small fish and aquatic insects. If you catch a crappie, it's most likely a
black crappie, which is the more widely distributed of the two species. The
black crappie prefers deeper, cooler, clearer water than the white crappie
Black Crappie Ontario Record 3.78 lbs.
Gramps Place Temagami Fishing Bait and Tackle is just 3
minutes from our resort.
fishing pictures here.
Regulations - Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources -
Hut Registration Ice fishing huts must be
registered with the local MNR office if they are on any of the following
Hut Removal Dates Ice fishing huts must be
removed by the following dates:
can bring their own boat and fishing equipment, or rent it in Temagami.
Local guides and outfitters are available to take you to where the fish are.
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River area is blessed with access to many lakes, streams and rivers in
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Whether you want to fish from shore or with a
guide to a hidden place on one of our Temagami remote lakes, you will have
memories that you will treasure forever.
Fishing in Lake Temagami: Most of the
surrounding lakes have a combination of lake trout, walleye (pickerel),
smallmouth bass, northern pike and whitefish. Splake, rainbow trout and
speckled trout will also be found in some lakes and rivers. While the lake
trout and walleye fisheries have attracted the attention of anglers throughout
the world, less attention has been paid to bass, pike and whitefish. These
species provide excellent fishing and are growing with popularity.
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