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Onaman Lake

Onaman Lake – Tips for Catching Huge Walleyes   To put it bluntly, Onaman Lake is the premier walleye fishery in Ontario.  It contains the largest and most prolific walleyes of lakes contained within the province.  If you’re fortunate enough to fish it, you’ll be startled by the power and fight of the fish.  What follows is a detailed discussion on the location, tackle and techniques as well as the logistics to plan when catching Onaman Lake walleyes.   Location Size and Depths The lake is considered big by Northern Ontario standards.  Stretching close to 15 miles long and 5…

Lake Nipigon Lake Trout Fishing

Lake Nipigon Lake Trout Fishing: Lake Nipigon is the top destination in Ontario if you want to experience the thrill of catching a World Class Monster Lake Trout. You could go to the Arctic or the Yukon and spend $6500 US or more and catch the same size fish that you can catch in Lake Nipigon but you just don’t need to spend that kind of money. The difference is the accommodations at Pasha Lake Cabins are a fraction of the price, considerably more comfortable and you have the opportunity to catch many other species of gamefish including Northern Pike,…

Lake Nipigon Northern Pike Fishing

Lake Nipigon Northern Pike Fishing: Lake Nipigon has approximately 652 miles of shoreline weaving in and out of weedy bays and around rocky points. This figure does not account for shoreline around the many islands on the lake. There are also countless shoals, deep reefs and mouths of feeder-streams and rivers. Counting islands the shoreline exceeds 1300 miles. Lake Nipigon is well known for having Monster Northern Pike. The lake is so big that you can find bays and points leading into bays that have not been fished by anyone that year. Because of the barbless hook law, which is…

Lake Nipigon Walleye Fishing

Lake Nipigon Walleye Fishing: More Walleye Pages: Walleye Photos 1 Walleye Photos 2 Inland Lakes Walleye Fishing Walleye Tips & Techniques How to Clean Walleye Walleye Dream Trip Monster Spring Walleye Action Walleye Fishing Video 1 Walleye Fishing Video 2 Walleye Fishing Video 3 Best Walleye Jigs Fish’N Canada TV Show Walleye Video Lake Nipigon is the largest inland lake in Ontario. Only the Great Lakes are larger. Lake of the Woods is actually 11% smaller even though it has a reputation for being the largest. Lake Nipigon consists of 2802 miles2 (4510 km2) of pristine water and dotted with…

Lake Nipigon Area Boat Rentals

Boats, Motors, Equipment & Ontario Boat Licenses: You can bring your own boat but why when we have the ideal size boats for our area lakes. Available to rent are 14ft to 16ft boats with 2005 Yamaha outboard motors. Although we have boats on many of the area lakes, we have trailers available to get boats to the other fishing hot spots. We also have canoe rental for the paddling enthusiast. We continue to run 6HP & 15HP Yamaha Motors. Maintenance on our new motors is minimal and breakdowns tend to be nonexistent which means more hours of relaxing fishing…

Map of Lake Nipigon

Map of Lake Nipigon & Satellite Photo: Max Depth: 541 feet Surface Area: 2802 sq. miles Shoreline: 652 miles of shoreline not counting islands Elevation: 853 feet above sea level Average Waterflow Out: 5500 cubic feet per second Map Coordinates: 49°50’N 88°30’W? / 49.833333, -88.5 UTM: 16U 392130 5521179 Fish Species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Sauger, Sturgeon & Yellow Perch

Ontario Lake Nipigon Fishing Regulations

Walleye Regulations: Open Season: Jan. 1 to April 14 & 3rd Saturday in May to Dec. 31 Limit – Sport License: 4 in your possession Limit – Conservation License: 2 in your possession Size Restrictions: Only one greater than 18.1 inches Northern Pike Regulations: Open Season: Open all year Limit – Sport License: 4 in your possession Limit – Conservation License: 2 in your possession Size Restrictions Sport License: Zero pike between 27.6 and 35.4 inches. Only one greater than 35.4 inches. Please Note: Brook Trout, Lake Trout and Splake regulations are in conjunction with each other. You can keep…