Lake Ontario Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Big enough to fit the state of Hawaii and still have room left over for the current charter fleet to make a living fishing in the channels between the islands, Lake Ontario is an exercise in relativity. The tiniest Great Lake, it measures 193 miles long by 53 miles wide, averages 282 feet deep, and has a maximum depth of 803 feet. Key species: Chinook salmon, coho salmon, lake trout, brown trout, steelhead, rainbow trout, landlocked Atlantic salmon, smallmouth bass, walleye, channel catfish, yellow perch, and rock bass"