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Lake Nipissing Fishing

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Welcome to Lake Nipissing, a beautiful freshwater lake located in the heart of Ontario, Canada. With a surface area of over 800 square kilometers, this lake is renowned for its exceptional fishing opportunities and stunning natural beauty. Surrounded by lush forests and rocky shorelines, Lake Nipissing is a true paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and anglers alike.

One of the main attractions of Lake Nipissing is its incredible diversity of fish species. This lake is home to a wide range of fish, including walleye, northern pike, muskie, bass, and perch. Whether you're an experienced angler or a novice fisherman, you're sure to have a great time casting your line in the expansive waters of Lake Nipissing.

At Paradise Cove Resort, we offer the perfect base for your Lake Nipissing adventure. Our comfortable accommodations and expert guides will ensure that you have everything you need for a successful and enjoyable fishing trip. Book your stay at our lodge today and experience all that Lake Nipissing has to offer.

For a fun filled day on the water be sure to contact Regan Thompson (Paradise Cove Resort owner) to inquire about a fishing charter for you and your group.  Regan offers 4, 6 and 8 hour charters for walleye, bass, pike and musky.  For more information please visit www.lakenipissingcharters.com.

Walleye

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Lake Nipissing is widely regarded as one of the best walleye fishing destinations in Ontario, if not all of Canada. Anglers come from all over to try their luck at catching this prized fish species. The walleye population in Lake Nipissing is robust, and the fish here grow to impressive sizes. The lake's structure, including its deep waters and weed beds, provides ideal habitat for walleye, making it easier to find and catch them. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a novice angler, the walleye fishing on Lake Nipissing is an experience not to be missed.

Bass

Bass fishing on Lake Nipissing is another popular activity that draws anglers to the lake each year. The lake is home to both smallmouth and largemouth bass, and the fishing for both species is excellent. Smallmouth bass are abundant and can be caught in shallow water near rocky shorelines, while largemouth bass are more commonly found in the weedy areas of the lake. Whether you prefer to fish with lures or live bait, the bass fishing on Lake Nipissing is sure to provide you with plenty of action and excitement. With a healthy bass population and a variety of great fishing spots to choose from, Lake Nipissing is a top destination for bass fishing enthusiasts.

Musky
 
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Lake Nipissing is the home of dinosaur muskies, including the 58 inch catch and release world record (caught in October of 2006).  Big water equals big fish, and these waters are full of them. The west arm and west bay of Lake Nipissing (where Paradis Cove is located) is a famous musky fishery in itself.  Each year we see a good number of fish caught in the 50 inch plus class, with the occasional slob measuring 55 inches or greater! Equally remarkable, is how low the fishing pressure is here for such a huge lake and great musky fishery.  For a truly awesome adventure, we highly recommend a guided expedition from your host and guide Regan Thompson.

 

Pike

Northern pike fishing on Lake Nipissing is another popular activity that attracts anglers to the lake. This fish species is known for its aggressive behavior and hard-hitting strikes, making it an exciting catch for any angler. Lake Nipissing has a healthy population of northern pike, and the fish here can grow to impressive sizes, providing a challenge for even the most experienced anglers. Northern pike can be found in both shallow and deep waters, making Lake Nipissing a versatile destination for fishing this species. With its abundance of northern pike and diverse fishing opportunities, Lake Nipissing is an excellent destination for anglers looking for a thrilling fishing experience.

Lake Nipissing
Season Opener Countdown...

Walleye / Pike / bass

May 20, 2023

Musky

June 17, 2023
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