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Doug Amos
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1000 Islands Fishing Guides and Charters

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Gananoque, Brockville, Kingston and area
St. Lawrence River, Rideau Lakes, Charleston Lake and more
Fish the 1000 Islands between Kingston, Gananoque, Rockport, and
Brockville Ontario, and Cape Vincent, Clayton, Alexandria Bay, and Chippewa
Bay New York for smallmouth, largemouth, pike & muskie.

Ontario is known worldwide for its exceptional range and diversity of fishing experiences.
The province has more than 158 species of freshwater fish.

 
 

1000 Islands Guide Service

1000 Islands Guide Service

Fish Guaranteed!  30 years and never a fishless day. Tournament Winner. Your Guide: Doug Amos -- Bassmaster Professional. Fish for bass, pike and panfish in Canadian and American waters. 10 guides available for large groups. We arrange accommodations
Based in Rockport, Ontario

Address: 853 1000 Islands Parkway
Phone: (613) 923-5257
Email: damos@ripnet.com

New 21' bass boat and 22' deck boat 
( up to 6 fishermen ) tackle supplied.  
Fish the 1000 Islands or Charleston Lake.

Click here to visit our Website  

 
   1000 Islands Fishing Charters

 

 

Guided fishing charters, Muskie, Pike, Bass, Walleye, Pan fish, Fish the 1000 Islands aboard a 26 ft. Seaswirl Striper Boat, or a 27 ft. Sportcraft Boat, Stable walk-around style boats, canopy dry and warm, GPS Colour mapping and depth/fish finders, ship to shore radio, downriggers, all equipment provided, Casting and bait fishing plus we specialize in trolling for Pike and Muskie

1000 Islands Fishing Charters
4607 Hwy # 2 west, RR # 3
Gananoque, Ontario, Canada, K7G 2V5
613-382-4289

 26 ft. or 27 ft. walk-around boats
 equipment provided
 
tackle, bait, licenses
 
trolling for the big ones

www.1000islandsfishingcharters.com

 
 

Tedford's Lakesside Lodge

 

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Tedford's is a century old guest house, including six cottages and main lodge, located 10 miles from Gananoque on the shore of Gananoque Lake. Accommodations and three meals per day inclusive. We have boat & motors for rent and Fishing Guides available.

Address: Gananoque
Phone: (613) 382-2718
Email:

 Free water sports
 kayaks canoes
 swimming raft

 http://www.tedfordslodge.com/Tedfords_Lodge/Welcome.html

 
   Danís Fishing Charters 

 

 
Fish from a 20 ft., 
150HP Charter Boat
Stable Walk-around Style Vessel

Danís Fishing Charters 
Enjoy the 1000 Islands part of the St. Lawrence River on board the SURE CATCH II where you can FISH, take a BOAT TOUR or VISIT some of the islands in the 1000 Islands National Park. Trips are pre-arranged and only your party will be on board.   
Fish in the historic 1000 Island Region on the St. Lawrence River near Gananoque Ontario.
   
 Fish for Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, and Muskellunge

Danís Fishing Charters 
Dan Spencer 
305 Clark Dr. R R # 3 
Gananoque, Ontario, Canada 
K7G 2V5 
1-613-382-3820

 

 all equipment provided
 both trolling and bait fishing
 
FULLY INSURED
 
GPS graph/map
On the St. Lawrence River
The Scenery is Famous

http://www.gananoque.com/dansfishingcharters/ 

 

The Thousand Islands Association

 

The Thousand Islands Association (TIA) is a non-profit organization made up of approximately 1500 sailors, power boaters, and cottage owners. Founded in 1922, the organization's membership is roughly half Canadian and half American, with a common interest in keeping the St. Lawrence River a safe and beautiful area. One of the most visible functions carried out by TIA is helping boaters avoid many of the dangerous shoals which populate the St. Lawrence River.

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Fish caught in the 1000 Islands/Ontario/Canada area!

 

Walleye
Average Size: Up to 10 lbs.
Times & Places: Spring/Fall: inshore shallows, Summer: deeper shoals
Outline:  The walleye is a popular gamefish known for its delicate, delicious flavor and light-tackle fight. Five-to ten-pounders are common and trophies have been known to be as much as 18 pounds. Ice fishing makes for great walleye action all winter long.

Walleye
Unique to this part of the world, the walleye attracts anglers from around the globe. It's one of the tastier catches with over eight million fish reeled in each year. You'll find these golden swimmers throughout the province from the Great Lakes (Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario) to Muskoka to the Bay of Quinte and Northern Ontario's cold waters.
Muskie
Average Size: Up to 35 lbs.
Times & Places: Late June: shallow weedbeds, Aug-Sept: near drop-offs
Outline: Gananoque/1000 Islands is a top muskellunge area. The fish average 12 to 30 pounds and an occasional 40- to 50-pound tackle-buster is taken. Special fishing gear is needed to land this wily fish. A guide is strongly recommended

Muskie
Powerful fish with razor-sharp teeth, muskie (muskellunge) can be a rare catch even where they're common. They average 4.5 - 9 kg (10 - 20 lbs.) but also come in trophy sizes with a 29 kg (65-pounder) holding the Ontario record.
Largemouth Bass
Average Size: Up to six pounds
Times & Places: Around islands, off islands, in bays
Outline: Tough, rod-bending fish. One- to two-pound largemouths are abundant, two- to three-pound fish are common, and six- to eight-pound trophies are not uncommon. Fish shallow in spring and fall, move deeper in mid-summer months.

Bass Largemouth
Catch bass in all regions of Ontario. Largemouth bass swim mainly in warmer water bodies with shallow cover. Popular among fly-rodders, smallmouth bass prefer cooler, deeper digs from Great Lakes' shoals to the scenic glacial lakes of the Canadian Shield.


Yellow Perch
Average Size: 8 to 10 inches
Times & Places: Shallow bays, creek mouths, marshes
Outline: Ontario/1000 Islands perch is an angler's delight. They typically run eight to ten inches, but some jumbo perch are the rule in some parts of the river. There is great ice fishing for perch in the St. Lawrence, with bucket-filling catches common throughout the winter.
 
Northern Pike
Average Size: Up to 12 lbs.
Times & Places: All year: shallow bays and marshes
Outline: Vicious strikes are their trademark. Use large spoons, plugs, spinners or live bait and hold on, because Northern grow big and mean in Ontario/1000 Islands. A number of fish from 15 to 20 pounds are caught each year in the St. Lawrence.

Northern Pike
Ontario offers the most diverse northern pike fishing on the continent. Northerns can grow to great lengths and catches over 9 kg (20 lbs.) are considered trophies. The bait and gear you use will vary by location and season. Get good advice from outfitters and charter operators and count on the local bait shop for special "expert" tips.


Smallmouth Bass
Average Size: Up to six pounds
Times & Places: Around islands, off islands, in bays
Outline: Tough, rod-bending fish. One- to two-pound smallmouths are abundant, two- to three-pound fish are common, and six- to eight-pound trophies are not uncommon. Fish shallow in spring and fall, move deeper in mid-summer months.

Bass  Smallmouth
Catch bass in all regions of Ontario. Largemouth bass swim mainly in warmer water bodies with shallow cover. Popular among fly-rodders, smallmouth bass prefer cooler, deeper digs from Great Lakes' shoals to the scenic glacial lakes of the Canadian Shield.

Sturgeon
, an ancient fish species in the St. Lawrence since the end of the ice age,
was thought to have disappeared, until 1994 a small population was discovered. 

Sturgeon
A lover of Northern Ontario's cold waters, the sturgeon is the world's largest freshwater fish. With characteristics like an under-slung mouth, whiskers and bony plates on both sides, it's unmistakable. Sturgeons grow to a length of 90 - 145 cm (3 - 5 ft.) and prefer larger rivers and lakes.


Carp
Often overlooked, the tasty carp is found in many shallow and weedy or muddy areas of the Great Lakes and southern inland waters. With Ontario's carp fishery under-utilized, there are plenty of big ones waiting to be lured to your hook.


 
 

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