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 Fishing in Bark Lake

Fishing on Bark Lake

Lake Trout
Bark Lake is famous for its lake trout. They are most plentiful in the Spring, May and June, when they are on top of  the water and can be caught with a light line. During summer, July and  August, the Lake Trout are found in 60 feet of water and a steel line is  advised. In the Fall, the Lake Trout return to the surface.

Pickerel/Walleye were introduced into Bark Lake some years ago. They are doing well and have become very popular. 1999 produced record pickerel catches up to 14 lbs.

Bass and Pike
Smallmouth Bass is one of the most exciting  fish to catch. Bark Lake catches are up to 5 lbs. This fish is fun for all ages.
Largemouth Bass and Pike are both found in Cub Lake and are plentiful and exciting to catch. Cub Lake is a small lake  which can only be reached by boat from Bark Lake.

Recreational Fishing License Information
For up-to-date Seasons and Limits, refer to current year's Fishing Ontario Regulations Summary.  Bark Lake is in Zone 15 (see chart).  Ministry of Natural Resources Fishing Website

Fish Cleaning Station at Sunny Hill
We provide a clean, screened-in Fish Cleaning Station at the docks, with running water and lights for your convenience.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 December 2010 13:33

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