How deep is Restoule Lake?

How deep is Restoule Lake?

98′Restoule Lake / Max depth

Where can I fish in Restoule Lake?

Fish right off the dock or from your boat for Pickerel (Walleye), Small and Largemouth Bass, Pike, Crappie, and Panfish. Results are best in the spring, a little slower in the summer, and decent in the fall. Boat launch available at Cedar Grove Camp (for guests only), and a public launch for larger boats.

What kind of fish are in Restoule Lake?

Northern pike
WalleyeLargemouth bassSmallmouth bassLake trout
Restoule Lake/Fish

Where can I catch walleye in Muskoka?

As summer progresses, mid-lake shoals and rock structures are the key fish-holding areas for walleye and pike, as well as for chunky smallmouth bass. To catch all three species here, you can cast or drift jigs and live bait (worms, leeches and minnows) or jigs and fluke-style soft-plastic baits.

Are there muskie in Lake Muskoka?

Muskoka is home to some of the best Muskie fishing in the world, and the current Ontario Record Muskie was caught in Muskoka in 1988.

Can you fish at Bracebridge Falls?

Bracebridge Falls is in Ontario, Canada. The most popular species caught here are Smallmouth bass, Walleye, and Northern pike. 8 catches are logged on Fishbrain. Please use your best judgement when determining where you can fish, and make sure you follow local regulations.

Can you eat fish from Lake Muskoka?

Fish in Muskoka not safe to eat | CBC News.

What species of fish are in Lake Muskoka?

WalleyeSmallmouth bassLake trout
Lake Muskoka/Fish

Where can I fish in Bracebridge?

Fishing spots near Bracebridge Falls

  • © Mapbox, © OpenStreetMap. North Branch Muskoka River. Ontario, Canada.
  • South Branch Muskoka River. Ontario, Canada.
  • Flynn Rapids. Ontario, Canada.
  • South Falls. Ontario, Canada.
  • Hanna Chute. Ontario, Canada.
  • Wilsons Falls. Ontario, Canada.
  • Spence Lake. Ontario, Canada.
  • Muskoka River. Ontario, Canada.

How often can you eat walleye?

1 serving per week

Type of fish How often can you eat it?
Minnesota caught trout, lake herring, lake whitefish, sunfish, crappie, yellow perch or bullhead Unlimited amounts
Minnesota caught bass, catfish, northern pike, walleye and other Minnesota species 1 serving per week
Purchased shark, swordfish, tilefish, king mackerel 1 serving per month

Are there sturgeon in Lake Muskoka?

Lake Sturgeon is one of them! 3 weeks less winter ice cover than in 1975. Summer water temperatures in Muskoka’s lakes are 0.5 °C warmer on average than in 1980.