Fishing in Canada

Fishing in Canada

One of the best countries for fishing is Canada. You can find the right catch you are looking for and because it has beautiful landscapes, you will enjoy just being there. There are many places that are just great for fishing, so you won’t have a problem finding the right one. As you already know, you need a permit that allows you to fish, and you must know certain regulations, depending on where you are fishing.

One of the best places for fishing in Canada is Great Slave Lake. It is the deepest and the 6th largest lake in the North America continent. This lake offers you great opportunities for fly fishing. There are lot of: thirty-pound trout and forty-inch pike. Some of the recommended lodges you can find on a lake are: Plummer’s Great Slave Lake Lodge, Taltson Bay Pike Lodge and Frontier Fishing Lodge. This lake is located in the upper Northwest Territories.

If you don’t want to go all away to the Great Slave Lake, you can go to the Polar Bear Provincial Park. It is located in the Ontario Province, along Hudson Bay. Because its name suggests that this place could be dangerous, due to big animals, according to the Chicago Tribune, the safety of visitors is on a high level. There is an electric fence that should withstand charging elephants! Fishing is very good. The norm is 80-100 speckled trout, but there are many other, individuals’ catches. This is the best place if you want to fish alone. It has 300 visitors per year, and only 1/3 of them like fishing, so nobody is going to disturb you.

 

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