Lake Simcoe

Dave  Chong Lands 8.02 Pound Smallmouth Bass

Dave Chong Lands 8.02 Pound Smallmouth Bass

On Friday Oct. 24, 2014 Dave Chong of Aurora Ontario went fishing with good friend, Steve Neveu of Cobourg. Just as they were about to take off, Dave realized he forgot his net in the back of the truck. Steve offered to grab it and quickly ran back. "There are two nets - the smaller one should be fine," Dave yelled out.  Once there Steve saw a rather big EGO net and another that was even larger.  Steve brought back the “Really Big" EGO net so Dave looked at him with a grin and asked if he thought one of them might be catching a "Really Big" fish and without hesitating, his response was “Absolutely!"

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Don't Put Rods Away

There are still plenty of fish to be caught for Fish On Line Anglers this fall and more and more anglers right across the GTA are realizing that the month of November can offer them some of the best fishing opportunities of the entire year. And with global warming providing us with more tolerable, even warm weather later in the season than ever before, there really is't a good excuse anymore to give up on the open water fishing season just yet. So, let's have a look at catching the three the most popular fall fish species in November throughout nearby lakes like Simcoe and Couchiching.

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Open Water Lake Trout & Whitefish Tactics

The second Saturday in May in southern Ontario means one thing and one thing only for thousands of avid anglers… Walleye Opener! For those who focus on Lake Simcoe however, it means so much more than that. Not only do walleye open, but so too does northern pike, whitefish and lake trout season. So many great species to fish for, so little time, ah the dilemma of the Lake Simcoe angler.

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Lake Simcoe. A Trophy Pike Lake?

Monster Pike topping the 30 pound mark are few and far between in most water bodies regardless of where these toothy critters roam. We know some systems routinely produce big pike while others have high populations of hammer handle sized ones. Lakes just to the north of many Fish On Line Canada readers such as Muskoka, Vernon and Peninsula lakes for instance, regularly pump out short fat northerns in the 20-25 pound range. Other lakes closer to the GTA like Island, Canal and Lake St John fall into the 2nd category yielding high numbers of long thin pike averaging just a couple of pounds or so. Then there is that 3rd category; the lakes in between …

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2009 Bass Pro Shops Lake Simcoe Open

Amazing Results For Canada's Best Bass Tournament!
Press Release
For Immediate Release: October 27, 2009

The 2009 Bass Pro Shops Lake Simcoe Open presented by Jack Link's Beef Jerky and BoaterExam.com, and hosted by the Aurora Bassmasters on Sat. Oct 24th in Orillia Ontario lived up to its billing as Canada's premier one day bass fishing tournament.

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