Walleye Fishing in Ontario

Walleye fishing on Clearwater Lake while staying at resorts with facilities and services to suit every taste and every budget. Accommodations can run from rustic and remote fly-in wilderness fishing outposts far away from civilization to luxurious shoreline resorts within easy driving distance.

Eating your catch is another major plus. You can be frying up a scrumptious shore lunch savouring those golden fillets while enjoying a spectacular view of Ontario’s breath taking scenery.

Clearwater Lake resorts can supply you with everything from a few new lures to a complete sport fishing vacation package. And packages can be custom tailored to be exactly the kind of angling experience you desire.

Walleye's have a deep green back, golden yellow body and a snow white belly. The lower tip of the tail is white. Young walleye tend to have dark blotches across their backs and down their body. The color of walleye's depends on the habitat that they live in. Adult fish average about 2 pounds but can be as large as 24 pounds.

Walleyes over 5 pounds are caught and released on a regular basis. Most guests release any walleyes over 3 pounds as they are the breading stock.
  • Jigs
  • Lindy Rigs
  • Rapala's
  • Crank Baits
  • Live Bait - Leeches, Crawlers and Minnows

Marinated Walleye

4 fish fillets
1 Medium tomato
2 1/2 green onions (sliced up)
1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
2 Tbsp rice vinegar
1 Tbsp toasted sesame seeds
1 Large onion (sliced in rings)
1 Ziploc bag (gallon size)

Place fish filets in Ziploc bag, add green onions, olive oil, rice vinegar and sesame seeds. Seal and marinate for 1 hour in refrigerator, turning occasionally. Cover a broiler plan with a piece of greased aluminum foil. Place onion rings on greased foil then on top of onions place fish filets and then sliced tomatoes.

Place in broiler for approx. 4 minutes. Take out of broiler and brush lightly with the marinade mixture then back in to broiler for another 4 to 5 minutes or until fish flakes.