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Gogama, Ontario - Fishing

Gogama is situated on the shores of Minisinakwa lake which is long and narrow. It contains many species of fish including, pickerel (walleye), northern pike, whitefish, perch, bass and ling. It is fished year round by the local citizenry and visitors and the area fishery is regulated by the MNR. Several boat launching ramps are available to the public and the lake is served by local outfitters who will be pleased to rent boats and lodging.

Gogam, Ontario - Fishing photoThe wilderness surrounding Gogama is dappled with hundreds of lakes harbouring various fish species such as, pickerel, pike, bass, perch, whitefish, muskelunge, trout, carp and sucker and these abound in pristine lakes and rivers. Access to many of these is possible by water or roads, some of which require 4-wheeled drive vehicles. Other lakes are only accessible by air and can be reached using the services of tourist outfitters who offer “fly-in” packages..

Listed below are useful websites and phone numbers.

Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Government Complex, 5520 Hwy 101 East. P.O. Box 3090 South Porcupine Ontario P0N 1H0 Telephone : 705-894-1300

Ministry of Natural Resources: www.mnr.gov.on.ca

MNR's fishing link: Fishing in Ontario

 

 

 

 
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