Ice fishing. There are fewer winter experiences that are more quintessentially Canadian than gathering your friends around a frozen hole in the dead of winter, waiting for the tell-tale tug of a fishing line. The ice fishing season typically starts in mid to late January and closes March 15 (the date all huts must be off the ice).
A little more than an hour away from downtown Toronto, Ice fishing season is upon us!
Whether you’re an avid fisherman or just curious about ice fishing, there are plenty of ice hut operators in York Durham Headwaters who can supply you with everything you need to get out on the ice this winter.
The community of Georgina, on the southern shores of beautiful Lake Simcoe, world- renowned as an ice fishing destination, has a long history of ice fishing. Ice-Hut Operators provide many options to enjoy your winter adventure: Ice huts are insulated, heated, have plenty of seating room for groups of four and six. They offer day and night fishing and you can travel by sleigh or Bombardier to your hut. Some specialize in full catering as well.
Book your trip today!