The Gullrock Lake Chain of Lakes is a popular fishing area in Ontario. The chain totals more than 16,000 surface acres. It’s a drive to get here, but well worth it once you arrive. These lakes have several resorts in the area that can accommodate you on a trip here. You will see people on a trip here, so even though you are getting away from it all, don’t expect to have the lakes all to yourself. However, if you’re willing to move around the lakes, you should be able to find some spots all for yourself to fish. Red Lake is the headwaters of this system. Water flows into Keg Lake, then Gullrock Lake. Ranger Lake & Gullrock Lake flow into Two Island Lake.
Primary Species of Fish
The primary species of fish in the chain are northern pike and walleye. Anglers do very well for numbers of walleye and pike as well as trophy-sized fish. It’s an awesome lake for trophy pike fishing.
Secondary Species of Fish
Perch and whitefish will round out your catch in the Gullrock Chain of Lakes. If you fish for walleye, you will most likely run into some perch, but walleye are more abundant here.