Welcome to our Sioux Lookout, Ontario Fishing Home Page
The Sioux Lookout area is one of the better drive-to fishing destinations in all of Ontario. Not only does this area have Lac Seul, but there a several more lakes in this area that offer excellent fishing for a variety of fish. Anglers have so many options to target so many different fish such as walleye, muskie, northern pike, lake trout, smallmouth bass and perch.
The English River flows from Minnitaki Lake over the Abram “chutes” into Abram Lake on the southeast side and exits over the Frog Rapids into Pelican Lake at Frog Rapids Narrows on the northwest side, which then flows into Lac Seul. The Marchington River enters at the northeast point of Abram, traveling east on Abram Lake leads to Botsford Lake and the Sturgeon River. These chains of lakes are not as big as Lac Seul. The densely wooded shoreline is irregular, with rocky and sandy areas as well as fallen trees and submerged logs. Having a good navigation map here is recommended as it can be tricky when out for the first few times.
Primary Species of Fish
This area is home to some awesome fishing for a variety of fish. You can find all 5 of these species in good numbers depending on what lake you decide to fish while visiting this area.
We have plenty of fishing tips in the following sections:
Ontario Regulations (Sioux Lookout, Ontario is in Zone 4)