It’s that time again KIWANIS WALLEYE WORLD 2015 FISHING DERBY. Once again the bay will be humming in the daytime and lit up like a Christmas tree at night as another season starts. If you have never been to the Bay of Quinte on the opener and entered the derby this is one more item on the fisherman’s bucket list that is a must. The post spawn bite will be on and the festival like atmosphere celebrating Ontario’s most targeted species will start at midnight May 2. You can find a list of activities and register online at http://www.kiwaniswalleyeworld.com/v2/events
See you out there!!
Welcome to Fishing Bay of Quinte, a site dedicated to delivering information on Bay of Quinte fishing and other news and information about outdoor activities in the area. Here you will find exclusive videos, maps of important locations on the bay, boat ramps, a message board, and articles. Information on the famous Quinte walleye (or pickeral), largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, panfish, carp, ice fishing and more.
Eyes on Picton – Getting Ready for the Fall Brawl of Walleye
As the last of the colours leave the trees in Prince Edward County and all over Ontario boats are being winterized for storage, the diehard walleye anglers are just getting ready for the return of Bay of Quinte trophy walleye. The post spawn giants head to the main lake for the summer to feed on alewives and other forage then return to the outer reaches of the bay starting in late October. By the time the first skim of ice forms in Picton Harbor the area becomes thick with some of the largest walleye in North America. Trophy hunters from around the globe converge on Picton and surrounding area for a chance to have their picture with one of these spectacular fish.