Fishing in Bay of Quinte Region is a year-round activity that draws both pro anglers, like Bob Izumi, and amateurs from all over North America. Throughout the fall and winter, large walleye, often weighing more than 10 lbs, migrate into the Bay of Quinte, making it Canada’s walleye capital. The annual Walleye World fishing derby in Quinte West during the first weekend in May attracts thousands of anglers.
Along with walleye, the Bay of Quinte Region is world renowned as a top year round sport fishing destination for bass, salmon, trout, perch, pike, and pickerel. Wellington in Prince Edward County is the key location for salmon fishing during the summer. Bass fishing in Bay of Quinte Region runs from late June to late November. Ice fishing on the Bay of Quinte is very popular, and typically runs from mid-January to mid-March.
Outfitters and charters in the Bay of Quinte Region have the latest technology to guarantee the perfect catch.