Lake Ontario Fishing Guide
Promoting fishing in Lake Ontario excursion is more to promote. This privileged location of fishing is one of the few places in the world where you find trout’s and salmon’s in abundant quantity and quality. The weight of Chinook between 18 lbs and 25 lbs. For trout, were the “Steelhead”, “RAINBOW”, “SCAMANIA”, “BROWN” and “TOULADI” and the average weight ranges between 8 lbs and 12 lbs. Salmon “Chinook” & “COHO”, Lake Ontario are the most popular.
SylvainFishon, your fishing guide (charter) Lake Ontario know the best fishing techniques for you to maximize the orchestrated battle between you and your trophy. The ideal objective when you’re on the “SYLVAINFISHON” with your fishing guide (charter) Lake Ontario, will make you live an unforgettable fishing trip.
Remember experience are made to be lived …
Limit – 5 salmonids and 2 Rainbow trouts
Full Fishing Day with the Charter: 800$ (4 pers)
1/2 Fishing Day: 500$ (duration 4 hrs)
An additional 100$ for the fifth person
*** New Group Discount Available ***
Pricing can changes without advice
Trip Departures from Newcastle Port.
Departure – 6:00 am Arrival (approx.) – 15:00 pm (before if your fish limit is reach)
The fishing trip must be booked at least 2 months in advance including a deposit of 300$.
Cash or personal check address to Sylvain Thibeault only
For any cancellation notice at least 1 month before the date of the tour.
Your deposit will be refunded only if these criteria are applicable:
Cancellation made 1 month or more before your scheduled departure date;
In case of complete cancellation of the output by the captain due to bad weather, the excursion will be postpone;
If the day should be shortened due to bad weather, the price will be adjusted proportionately;
If the day should be shortened at the request of the customer (s) (sore heart, for example), the regular rate will prevail anyway.
We reserve the right to refuse certain customers for any reason whatsoever.
Cheers Fishing on Lake Ontario !!!
FROM QUEBEC OR MONTREAL
TO LAKE ONTARIOTake Highway 401 west to Toronto; Highway 401 West, exit 440, turn left at the end of the road Turn left, go to the marina, turn left, 35 quai
You can plan of 5.30 hours drive from Montreal.
*Pricing can changes without notice.
What to bring on board
You must bring on:
Your valid fishing license (not Available on site)
Your food and beverages
A waterproof clothing
Shoes with soft soles
Your best smile.
For seasickness, we suggest and recommend stamps, bracelet, pills of scopolamina.
The use of insecticide is defended on the boat (this product attacks the rubber and may cause costly damage to our equipment)
Please note that no liquor is allowed on the boats in the province of Ontario
The consumption of any illegal substance will not be tolerated, including the alcohol
Please, bring large bags like Ziplop Freezer, that help packaging fish.
Don’t forget a large cooler for travelling.
Ice is available at the Marina.
Fishing licenses of Ontario are required; Not Available on Site
Fishing one day license will be available per day per person at Ontarian Canadian Tire priced around $15
Annual permits are available for them in some Canadian Tire stores for non-residents of Canada Ontario
Please note that for children under 18 and seniors age 65 and older, a birth certificate may replace the fishing license requirement to have in your possession.
Lake Ontario Fishing Charter
Chinook salmon stands out by its black gums and tail and silver spotted. His back is a blue-green slightly mottled, and is the largest and most sought after game fish. The chinook lives from 3 to 7 years and weighs 1.5 to 30 kg. The Chinook medium are called “spring” in British Columbia, those over 13.5 kg are called “tyees” and in Alaska, Chinook salmon is called “king salmon” (king salmon).
Can be identified through the coho salmon that bears small black spots on the back and the dorsal lobe of its tail fin. When he saw the ocean, it is dark metallic blue or greenish on the back and upper flanks, silvery flanks and mid-lower sides and white on the abdomen. When the coho are ready to breed, his head and his back pass from dark green to light green, its sides become bright red Coho usually weighs between 3 and 6 kg and can measure from 60 to 76 cm.
Torpedo-shaped body (torpédiforme), slightly flattened laterally. Rounded snout, round head a little more than brown trout. Presence of an adipose fin between the dorsal and caudal fins. Scales very small. Gray to bluish green back, flanks lighter, usually with a longitudinal band iridescent, head, body, dorsal, adipose and caudal densely dotted with black spots, white belly. Average length 30-50 cm, maximum 70 cm.
The Brown Trout was introduced to the 1890 sports as a species because of its tolerance to water of lower quality. Indeed, it supports more hot water than brook trout, commonly called speckled trout. It is found in fresh waters of the river in several tributaries south of the river and lakes. Reproduction in the wild is low, sport fishing of this species is supported by stocking. In addition, it could compete with brook trout and Arctic char.
The rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), also known as steelhead, is a unique species of trout native to the Pacific Ocean and in rivers in North America and western lakes of the Rockies. Rainbow trout are the smaller variety, found only in fresh water. Steelhead spend their adult lives in the ocean but return to spawn in streams where they hatched. The rainbow trout were introduced, at least 45 countries and every continent except Antarctica. They occur in cold streams up to 4500m altitude. Rainbows and steelhead small black spots along their back, dorsal fin and tail fin. Rainbows have a pink color that runs from the operculum to the caudal fin. The color of the back of a rainbow range of blue or green to yellow-green or brown. Steelhead usually do not have the pink band, except when it is young or spawning, and have chrome-colored sides. Rainbows are distinguished from their cousins, the cutthroat trout by their short maxilla, which reaches, but does not exceed the margin back of the eye. The rainbow trout also lack-hyoid teeth, this one based on cutthroat trout. Rainbows range of 30-45 cm (12-18 inches) long. Steelheads longer, ranging from 50 to 100 cm (20-40 inches) long. Steelhead range in weight from 2.5 kg to 10 kg.
Lake Trout or Touladi
Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) is a living freshwater tank mainly in lakes in northern North America. Other names to include Mackinaw, lake trout (or charr), lake trout, Togue, and lake trout. In Lake Superior, they can also be variously known as siscowet, paperbellies and looks. The lake trout is popular both as game fish and as food fish.