Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Lake of the Isles

Lake of the Isles on the St. Lawrence River is one of the largest coastal bay inland water attached to the St. Lawrence River. This water is
very unique in the river area because of its limited connection to the St. Lawrence River, creating a unique sheltered and productive fishing area. This is a great area for boating and fishing.You need to make sure that you know when the season starts around June 21st.
Many anglers like the Lake of the Isles for its excellent year round fishing for pike and various pan fish. If you don't have a boat many of the local marina's will rent out fishing boats. You can find the lake by boating around Wesley island and boating south east up the river. If you not familiar with the river just ask around at the boat docks and they will show you the way.

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