Welcome to our Lake Simcoe Fishing Home Page
Lake Simcoe is the 4th largest lake wholly in Ontario behind Lake Nipigon, Lac Seul and Lake Nipissing. This lake gets a lot of attention from anglers and boaters. It is only about 30 to 45 minutes away from Toronto, which makes it a very convenient lake getaway for so many people. The waters are very clear and deep with good fishing for so many different types of fish.
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Primary Species of Fish
Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike & Perch
Lake Simcoe is known for its amazing perch fishery. It is one of the best places to fish for big perch anywhere. The smallmouth bass fishery is also very good with some of the biggest catches that you will find when comparing tournament weights among other lakes with smallmouth bass. The pike fishing is also very good here, especially if you are going to target them around the deeper weed edges.
Secondary Species of Fish
Lake Trout, Whitefish, Largemouth Bass, Crappie
Lake Simcoe has good fishing for lake trout and whitefish. Most anglers target these fish in the winter or early spring when they are much shallower. Largemouth bass and crappie are here too with the better fishing usually in the Cook Bay or Holland River area.
We have plenty of fishing tips in the following sections: