Smallmouth Bass are without a doubt the hardest fighting game fish pound-for-pound. They are either digging down deep or flying into the air, which makes them one of the most exciting game fish to catch.
Wabigoon Lake was made for Smallmouth Bass. With 50,000 acres of big water combined with 9 adjoining lakes and all being full of rocky points, rocky islands and shoals, Wabigoon Lake is one of the best Smallmouth Bass fishing destinations in Ontario.
The average size bass in our lake is 12 to 16 inches and there are plenty of them. Our guests also catch and release a surprisingly large amount of Smallmouth in the 18 to 20-inch range. The largest Smallmouth Bass caught in the last couple of years was a 22-inch monster that weighed over 6 pounds.
Our Smallmouth Bass taste great. Some of our guests prefer them to Walleye.