Welcome to Fishing Bay of Quinte
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 much more.
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Getting Ready for Ice
Finally some cold weather in the forecast! As fast as Mother Nature can make it we will be there to test it. First stop will be Potters Creek which we expect to be before Jan. 8th. It is a little later than last year but better late than never.
2015 Annual Quinte Bass Champs on Bass Opener 20 June 2015.
$1000 for big fish EVERY HOUR
$500 for 2nd big fish EVERY HOUR
One of the most exciting and fun trends in tournament fishing these days is hourly weigh-in. This format adds a level of strategy beyond simply weighing in 5 big fish. With hourly weigh-ins you can choose the time interval to weigh in your biggest fish. If you think your fish will be the biggest on any given weigh-in interval you can take your chances and that no one else has caught a bigger fish that hour.
Quinte Bass Champs has put it all together and after only 4 years has become the most attended opening week tournament of the year. For more information check out www.quintebassanglers.ca
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.