Perch Fishing in Ontario
Temagami Perch Fishing -
Fishing for Perch in Temagami Area Lakes
Yellow Perch Fishing in Temagami -
Perch fishing is fun and simple for Temagami anglers. Perch are aggressive
biters and can be caught at any time of the year although, during the spring,
they are especially aggressive and abundant. Jumbo perch fishing is exciting
and no fancy fishing equipment needed to catch them. They can be found in so
many areas of Angus Lake and other Temagami and Marten River lakes that it
makes them somewhat easy prey. Good places to catch perch are under docks, in
breakwaters, bay mouths or clear spots just outside weed beds. Holes in a bed
of Lily pads are especially appealing to perch. Generally, perch can be found
in less than 15 feet of water but more often than not they dwell in 5 to 6
feet. However, they can be caught in 50 feet of water as well you just never
know when a perch might show up on your line. Remember that although perch are
a schooling fish they are also migratory fish so they will move around quite a
bit. It is not uncommon to go 15 minutes without a bite, and then have fast and
furious action for 15 minutes, then as quickly as they moved in, the perch are
gone again. I have heard some anglers say that Temagami Lakes ranks as one of
the good jumbo perch fisheries in the area.
This tasty panfish is everywhere. Whether you
like to relax in a boat fishing with the family on a hot sunny day, or gaze
through a hole in the ice waiting for another big one, Ontario's perch fishing
is second to none. Yellow perch average 6-8 inches in many of the smaller water
bodies; in larger lakes jumbos in the 11-13 inch range are plentiful.
Yellow Perch Ontario Record 2.25 lbs.
Gramps Place Temagami Fishing Bait and Tackle is just 3
minutes from our resort.
Temagami Fishing Kids Fishing
Temagami perch fishing - Fishing for
perch in Temagami area lakes for the whole family.
As a cousin of the
walleye their popularity stems from their reputation as excellent eating.
Temagami perch fishing - Fishing for
perch in Temagami and area lakes.
Perch Fishing Tips
Perch fishing I prefer to use a size 8, red
or fluorescent hook tipped with a crawler, wax worm or very small minnow. I
will also use small jigs, normally about 1/32 oz., tipped with the above
mentioned live baits or with red, white or fluorescent twister tails or green,
pink or fluorescent tube jig bodies. The basic idea is that added flash and/or
color will attract fish from further away. Once they get close enough they will
see the real bait. When you do catch a perch, pay particular attention to the
area and more importantly the depth you caught it at. Perch will often suspend
at a certain depth based upon water temperature.
perch 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:
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The Temagami and Marten
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.
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.
Lake Temagami - Lake Tomiko - Marten River
- Red Cedar Lake Fishing in Ontario
Lake Temagami is only one of many lakes in the Temagami
& Marten River area. Cross Lake, Diamond Lake, Lady Evelyn, Cassels Lake,
Herridge Lake, Wickstead Lake, Angus Lake, Net Lake, Ingall Lake, Jumping
Caribou Lake, James Lake, and many more have so much fishing to offer.
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.
Here is a list of
Ontario fishing lakes.
This is a list of lakes in
Ontario. Lake Abitibi Agnew Lake Ahmic Lake Allumette Lake Angus Lake
Attawapiskat Lake Balsam Lake Bamaji Lake Bark Lake Lake Bernard Big Rideau
Lake Big Trout Lake Birch Lake Black Lake Bobs Lake Buckhorn Lake Caribou Lake
Cat Lake Chandos Lake Charleston Lake Clearwater Lake Lac Des Chats Lake
Couchiching Dog Lake Eabamet Lake Eagle Lake Lake Erie Esnagi Lake Lake Gibson
Gibson Lake Golden Lake Gullrock Lake Holden Lake Jumping Caribou Lake Lake
Huron Lake Joseph Kabinakagami Lake Lake Kagawong Kesagami Lake Lac des Mille
Lacs Lady Evelyn Lake Lake of Bays Lake of the Woods Little Sachigo Lake
Limerick Lake Long Lake MacDowell Lake Mameigwess Lake Lake Manitou Marmion
Lake Marten Lake Lake Mindemoya Minnitaki Lake Missisa Lake Mojikit Lake Lake
Muskoka Night Hawk Lake Lake Nipigon Lake Nipissing North Caribou Lake Lake
Nosbonsing Nungesser Lake Lake Ogoki Onaman Lake Lake Ontario Opeongo Lake
Ozhiski Lake Lake Panache Peninsula Lake Pierce Lake Pigeon Lake Rainy Lake
Rice Lake Lake Rosseau Round Lake Sachigo Lake Lake Saint Clair Sand Lake Sandy
Lake Savant Lake Lake Scugog Seseganaga Lake Lac Seul Severn Lake Shibogama
Lake Shoal Lake Lake Simcoe Smoothrock Lake Steel Lake Lake St. Joseph Stony
Lake Sturgeon Lake Lake Superior Lake Temagami Tetu Lake Lake Timiskaming Trout
Lake Umfreville Lake Wabigoon Lake White Otter Lake Wanapitei Lake Wapikopa
Lake Weagomow Lake White Lake Whiteclay Lake Whitewater Lake Windermere Lake
Windigo Lake Winisk Lake Lake Wolsey Wunnummin Lake
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