For a complete listing of Morson, Lake of the Woods area fishing accomodations see: Accommodations 
FISHING Fishing Lake of the Woods

Aggressive Northern Pike, Huge Muskie, Top Dancing Smallmouth Bass, Schooling Crappie and Delicious Walleye are reason enough to make Morson on Lake of the Woods, Canada your next fishing destination. Add to this our great selection of fine resorts and accommodations and you will find yourself eagerly awaiting the day you arrive in our great Canadian Wilderness.

Muskie -
The best time for Muskie fishing is July, August and October. Muskie Inc. has rated Lake of the Woods as one of the top Muskie Lakes in North America. Their members are among the many frequent visitors to the Morson area

Northern Pike - These aggressive hunters can be found year-round lurking in weed beds and shoreline structures. Sizes of 5 to 10 lbs. are common and lunkers up to 30 lbs. have been caught. Regardless of the size of Pike you have hooked, you will still have had the remarkable experience with one of the fiercest fighters on the lake.

Smallmouth Bass - The fast paced action of Smallmouth Bass fishing lures many a bass fisherman to our area. Tournament anglers make the Morson Bass International one of their stops on the tournament circuit.

Fishing ActionWalleye - These delicious shore lunch fish are second to none. You will never forget the taste of the wilderness after experiencing this traditional midday break when lunch is cooked, fresh from the lake.

Crappie - Our Crappies, often weighing a pound or more are rapidly gaining popularity as a sport fish of choice on Lake of the Woods. Using light line, even an unexperienced angler has fun catching this plentiful species.

Lake Trout - The clear deep water of Whitefish Bay is one of the few habitats for Lake Trout on Lake of the Woods. This superb fishing area is a relatively short boat trip from Morson and many of the Island resorts in our area.

Perch - Perch fishing, though not having the popular reputation of other fish, are plentiful and reach a good size.

When you pack your fishing gear, bring lures for casting, trolling and jigging. Bring lures for big fish and small fish. Lake of the Woods, truly a one stop fishing destination for superb fishing!

Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR)  Fishing Regulations Link and Ontario Out of Doors Card Inforamtion  http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/LetsFish/index.html?CSB_ic-name=404redirect&CSB_ic-info=fishing-in-Ontario_text-link-Eng

 

For a complete listing of Morson, Lake of the Woods area hunting accomodations see: Hunting Accommodations
 
HUNTING

MooseWith its abundance of game birds and large animals, Morson on Lake of the Woods is a popular destination for hunters.
Wild rice bays are excellent feeding ground for migrating waterfowl. Duck hunting on Lake of the Woods in among the finest in the world. Grouse, sought for their delicate flavor, are plentiful as well.
Bear and deer are hunted on both the mainland and on the islands. If you are planning a fall bear hunt, make reservations early as the hunt is limited.
The Aulneau Peninsula, a vast undeveloped wilderness area of Lake of the Woods, is a prime hunting area. This area is a primitive weapons only area and is the only area where non-residents are allowed to hunt moose. Be sure to reserve early as Moose tags are limited. Because of the size and terrain of the Aulneau Peninsula, only hunters with a range of experience and training in wilderness survival should tackle this area without a professional guide. Guides area available from many of our fine resorts in the Morson area. Remember to check out their Websites by going to the ACCOMMODATIONS page on this site.

Minestry of Natural Resources (MNR) Hunting Regulations Link and Information on hunting in Ontario – http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/FW/2ColumnSubPage/STEL02_168421.html

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