In the 1000 Islands area, you have a lot of great fishing on Lake Ontario without having to go far out into the lake. The northeast part of Lake Ontario is a large bay with several bays within it. The St. Lawrence River flows into this part of the lake and there are so many awesome fishing spots in this area. With the current, islands, bays and offshore structure, you have so many places to target a variety of fish. Smallmouth bass, walleye, King salmon, perch, northern pike, lake trout and brown trout are just some of the fish you may catch in this part of the lake.
This river originates at the northeastern end of Lake Ontario and it flows for 700 miles to the Atlantic Ocean. In the 1000 Islands area, it is home to a variety of warm water fish species such as smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, muskie, perch, bluegill, rock bass, catfish and more.