Kearney, Ontario (PRWEB) September 24, 2008
Almaguin Highlands, Ontario - Port Loring in the Almaguin Highlands, Near North, Ontario, Canada has been ranked as one of the top 10 places to fish in Canada. Species include Small Mouth and Large Mount Bass and Northern Pike. There are a series of lakes that stretch for miles giving you a hundred miles of shoreline with great fishing spots. Six-pound small mouth bass are not uncommon here. Enjoy relaxing in Lakefront Cottages offered in the Highlands.
The Almaguin Highlands is known for its natural beauty, great lakes and amazing fishing spots. "I often get calls from tourists looking for a specific type of fish that we don't have in our lake and I often wonder where to send them. After discovering Les Culp Outdoors website from Burks Falls I can now lead people in the right direction," said Danette Evely from Sand Lake Cottages & Inn. (http://www.sandlake.on.ca)
"Almaguin Highlands, with its hundreds of lakes, rivers and streams is probably one of the most overlooked in Ontario for its quality sport fishing," said Les Culp from Les Culp Outdoors. (http://www.almaguin-vacation.com/fishing.htm)
"Les Culp has fished most of the lakes in the Almaguin Highlands north of Toronto to help tourists find great fishing spots. He owns a website that is really helpful for anyone who loves to fish." said Danette Evely owner of Sand Lake Cottages & Inn. "I am pleased to tell you what fish is in each lake so you know where you have to go to find the species you are looking for," said Les Culp.
Here is a list of each lake in the Almaguin Highlands, north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada and the species present in that lake:
- Ahmic Lake Magnetawan - Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, * Panfish including some Black Crappie.
- Bartlet Lake Burks Falls - Walleye, Pike, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass and Panfish.
- Lake Bernard Sundridge - Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Whitefish, Ling and Smallmouth Bass.
- Bear Lake, Bear Lake - Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass and Panfish.
- Lake Cecebe, Magnetawan - Walleye, Sauger, Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Panfish.
- Doe Lake, Katrine - Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Pike and Panfish.
- Eagle Lake, South River - Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Walleye and Smallmouth Bass.
- Jack Lake, Burks Falls - Walleye, Pike and Smallmouth Bass
- Bethune, Hazard, Perry Lake, Kearney - Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass.
- Lorimer Lake - Mckellar - Lake Trout, Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass
- Lake Manitouwabing, Mckellar - Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass and Panfish
- Lake Nosbonsing, Astorville, Corbiel - Walleye, Muskie, Pike, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass and Panfish
- Pickeral Lake, Burks Falls, Ontario - Walleye, Pike and Smallmouth Bass
- Pickeral River System, Port Loring - Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass
- Sand Lake, Kearney - Pike, Lake Trout and Smallmouth Bass
- Three Mile Lake, Burks Falls - Walleye, Pike and Smallmouth Bass
- Lake Restoule, Restoule - Lake Trout, Muskie, Pike, Walleye, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass
- Whitestone Lake, Dunchurch - Walleye, Pike, Black Crappie, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass and Panfish
The Almaguin Highlands is an area known for natural beauty, an uncrowned place to visit and being very inviting. You can enjoy fishing while staying at cottages, resorts, private cottages, cabin rentals, motels, hotels and campgrounds. There are so many attractions in the Almaguin Highlands for the whole family to enjoy while they are on vacation.
If you need more information on the Almaguin Highlands contact Danette from Sand Lake Cottages & Inn Cottage Resort at http://www.sandlake.on.ca.