Kayak Fishing in Ontario CANADA for Smallmouth of Algonquin Park near Brent Ontario.
There’s a 7630 square kilometre (4741 square miles) protected area in the heart of Ontario known as Algonquin Park. This beautiful and remote area has over 1,500 lakes and 1,200 kilometres (745 miles) of streams and boasts some of the finest Brook Trout and Lake Trout fishing in the world. But, did you know that Algonquin Park also has a thriving Smallmouth bass population? These hard pulling, feisty fish are often found in lakes adjacent to established campgrounds. Our annual family camping trip Cedar Lake in the Northern end of the Park proves just that. Big, beautiful bronzebacks, year after year!
Early each July, we load up the camper and kayaks for an always memorable camping adventure to Cedar Lake in Brent, Ontario. Brent would be considered a ghost town by today’s standards, but at its peak in 1929, 300 loggers, railway workers and their families called Brent
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