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Vital Statistics for this Fishing Spot
Nearest City: Sharbot Lake
County(s): Canada
State: Ontario
Acres: 4143
Shoreline: Rocky
Mean Depth: 28 ft
Max. Depth: 106 ft
Drainage: Catarqui
Lake Type: Freshwater
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
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ednacalj | Posted: July 27, 2005

Walleye santuary opens second Monday in June, Small season open on or about June 25. Lots of rocky structure means a ton of smallmouth. Walleye seem most abundant at the north end near the rapids or in McLeans Bay in 10 to 15'. Some success has been made with Rapala's, spoons and crawlers. This is a hard lake to fish for Walleye but the West end of McLeans Bay and the deep hole at the north end near the rapids get most of the action. Locals prefer to troll with Rapala's. Smallmouth jump in your boat and Panfish are abundant near the stream inlets in very shallow water. Pike hang out there too.

ednacalj | Posted: December 1, 2005

Pretty good lake for Walleye, SM Bass, Perch, Pike and Pumpinseed. Walleye season starts 2nd Monday of June, SM 4th Monday. Lots of Walleye taken In North bays with Rapalas and crawler harnesses. Can't keep SM off your hook. Few Largemouth due to changing water levers (up to 15 feet during the year thanks to Ontario Hydro). You have to learn this lake to be successful, but a little time is worth it.

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