EXPLORE WINTER ON THE HARD WATER

 

“Fall hook, line and sinker for ice fishing”

Incredible lakes. Scenic views. Time spent with friends and family. A variety of species of fish to catch including our very own stocked ‘Haliburton Gold Lake Trout’ – a glacial relict – all within a short drive from the Greater Toronto and Ottawa areas. These are just a few reasons why you should try this authentically Canadian experience.

Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve

Turn your regular Ontario ice fishing trip into a winter wonderland adventure at Haliburton Forest, as our lakes are only accessible by Snowmobile or ATV during the winter months.

Ice fishing offers the angler the opportunity to fish for the unique ‘Haliburton Gold’ Lake Trout, which is only found in 11 lakes in Haliburton County, as well as for Brook (Speckled) Trout and Lake Trout which are usually more active through the cooler months.

Yours Outdoors

Dreaming of landing the big one this winter? Love getting out on the hard-water but don’t know where to go?  Or you would like to try ice fishing for the first time?

Yours Outdoors offers guided ice fishing experiences led by knowledgeable and engaging guides. Half day, full day, run and gun , and experiences with special features are available. 

Boshkung Lake

Buttermilk Falls Resort

Buttermilk Falls Resort is known for it’s excellent ice fishing and our heated rental huts are located just off the resort property where the fish are usually biting. We provide bait service and everything you need to experience ice fishing in the comfort of your own ice hut.

Clansman Motel and Cottages

The Clansman has been providing the best ice fishing on Boshkung Lake for over 50 years.
Winter Ice fishing is fun and we provide heated huts, bait.
Our ice fishing packages also includes accommodation, breakfast, hot lunch (delivered to your hut) and dinner.

The Pines on Boshkung Cottage Resort

Come fish beautiful Boshkung Lake this winter for the chance to catch Lake Trout and Walleye/Pickerel.

Two, three and four person heated ice fishing huts are available for rental. Parking and gear transportation is included to and from the huts, which are a 10 minute walk out from the property.

Drag Lake

Haliburton Ice Fishing

ONE-OF-A-KIND fishing experience. Whether you are looking to book a small or large group, we have package options to serve you.

Our huts are located on Drag Lake this year which is 15 minutes from the village of Haliburton. We always look to provide our clients with the best fishing experience.

Gull Lake

Gull Lake Hut Rentals

Ice fishing made easy and at its finest, located just 1 1/2 hours north of Toronto. Gull Lake is a “locals” favorite ice fishing destination.

Haliburton Outfitters

When you book your Haliburton Ice Fishing experience with us, you can expect some of the best Ice Fishing Ontario has to offer.

Heated transportation to and from our Huts.  Guided Fishing Tours for up to 3 people, includes heated shelter.

Miner's Bay Lodge

Ice fishing on Gull Lake is a popular, and Miner’s Bay Lodge is within walking distance of the shore. The lodge also has a portable four-person ice hut and manual auger for rent (it fits in a backpack for those secluded fishing spots!).

 

Halls Lake

Krista's Baits 'N' Bites

Krista’s Baits n’ Bites is offering a fun winter getaway, in a cozy (2 or 4 man) heated ice hut located in Algonquin Highlands.  Among a few lakes in the world, is home to a rare species of glacier lake trout(pink flesh). Along with the great view & fresh country air.  The atomosphere is right for that relaxing getaway you have been dreaming about!

Sandy Lane Resort

Sandy Lane Resort offers on-site auger and hut rentals. You’re, of course, more than welcome to bring along your own equipment for a memorable mid-week Southern Ontario adventure. There are several fish species that you’ll reel in this winter, including lake trout, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass. Seemingly, the best lure to use is a Williams jigging spoon.

Winter is the perfect season to plan mid-week group stays in the Algonquin Highlands, thanks to our incredible specials, cozy cottages, and exciting outdoor activities.

Kashagawigamog Lake

Bonnie View Inn

Looking for a great winter wonderland? Look no further than Bonnie View with ice skating on the lake (all lit up at night), tobogganing down one of two great hills, ice fishing, snow shoeing on the many trails surrounding us, alpine skiing at nearby Sir Sam’s, cross country skiing, snowmobiling on over 300 KM of groomed trails and even dog sledding!

Kashaga Lodge

One of the reasons for the popularity of Kashaga Lodge’s ice fishing package is that most of the huts are within easy walking distance of the cottages, enabling anglers to fish when the bite is on, and eat, snooze, play poker, or watch the hockey game in the comfort of their comfy heated cottage. 

Little Hawk Lake

Little Hawk Resort & Marina
Stayed at this fantastic little resort in the middle of no where. What a awesome place to spend a vacation. We booked to ice fish and we had a great time. The cottage was great, the hut is exactly what you need to enjoy time with friends on the lake and catch lake trout, and we caught a couple perch. The food is awesome and the owners are fantastic. Would recommend this place to anyone. Will definitely be back next year! Thank you for a great time!
 

Mountain Lake

Ogopogo Resort

We situate our huts on a ridge that runs from 45-65 feet in depth, located only 250-300 ft off shore & within easy walking distance for day and night ice fishing.  You can walk back and forth to your fish hut making it very convenient to visit with family and friends staying in the cottage.  Get together with your friends in one of our two bedroom lakeside cottages or three bedroom courtyard cottages featuring gas fireplace, BBQs and full kitchens. This is a step up from the typical ice fishing experience.

PAUDASH Lake

Anchorage Resort

PAUDASH LAKE ICE FISHING EXPERIENCE

What we offer: Ice Fishing Huts – Heated 2, 4, & 6 Man Huts – Ice Transportation In & Out – Bait Included! – Lake Trout & Splake.

 All huts are located in proven Spots.

Silent Lake

silent lake provincial Park

See another side of Silent Lake during the winter season. The park offers cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing.

Those wanting to stay overnight can try one of the park’s winter yurts or camp cabins.

Twelve Mile Lake

red umbrella inn
Came up to spend a night with the girls to get away. What a beautiful place!!! The staff were fantastic!! Beautiful scenery and lots to do. Us girls even went ice fishing and caught a huge lake trout!! We got our week-end booked again for this year!! See u soon Red Umbrella Inn xxoo

 

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