Boat fishing is a fantastic way to get out in nature and enjoy a relaxing day on the water. It’s hard to throw a stone without it sinking into a good boat fishing lake in Canada, and you probably already have your favorites. But if you’re tired of trolling the same waters every time you take your boat out, it wouldn’t hurt to try a new lake.

Naming the best boat fishing lake in Canada would be impossible with all the fantastic choices, but we’ve singled out a few of the most impressive. Keep reading to learn about some of the top lakes for boat fishing in Canada.


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  1. Great Slave Lake, NT – The tenth largest lake in the world and the deepest in North America, Great Slave Lake is found in the Northwest Territories, accessible through the remote city of Yellowknife. Because of its immense size and secluded location, Great Slave Lake is home to some of the biggest lake trout in the world, making it one of the best lakes for boat fishing in Canada. Fishermen can pull some monster northern pike out of its deep waters as well. As an added bonus, Great Slave Lake is one of the best spots in the world from which to observe the spectacular Northern Lights!
  2. Lake of the Woods, ON & MB – Found on the border between Ontario, Manitoba and the U.S. state of Minnesota, Lake of the Woods is regarded as one of the finest boat fishing lakes in both countries. It is particularly famous for its large walleye, and has been informally designated the “Walleye Capital of the World!” Anglers seeking a variety of catches will be pleased, as Lake of the Woods is also home to a bounty of muskies, pike, bass, lake trout and sturgeon.
  3. Lake Winnipeg, MB – Located just an hour north of the city of Winnipeg, this is arguably the best fishing lake in Manitoba. The sixth largest freshwater lake in Canada, Lake Winnipeg is famous for its fantastic walleye fishing. It’s also home to largemouth bass, lake trout, sturgeon and plenty of other big sport fish. Even if the fish aren’t biting, boaters will be able to enjoy the beauty of Lake Winnipeg’s surrounding forests and sand beaches.
  4. Reindeer Lake, SK & MB – Clear, deep and drop-dead gorgeous, Reindeer Lake is the ninth largest lake in Canada, found mostly on the Saskatchewan side of its northwestern border with Manitoba. An ancient meteor impact created Reindeer Lake’s aptly named Deep Bay, which is 220 meters deep! While Reindeer Lake is best known for its fantastic pike fishing, boat fishermen can also expect to pull nice-sized walleye, lake trout and Arctic grayling out of its cold depths.
  5. Bras d’Or Lake, NS – Technically an estuary found on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Bras d’Or is a great spot to fish if you don’t mind taking your boat out in brackish water. Because Bras d’Or is much calmer than the Atlantic Ocean that rests just beyond, it’s a great way to experience marine fishing without the risks of taking your boat out on open sea. Trout, salmon, cod, herring and more can be fished out of the beautiful waters of this salty lake.


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