Great Northern Pike and Walleye Fishing
Drop your line in any lake in the Marten River Area and experience the peace and quiet that makes a day of fishing great. The entire area is optimal for fishermen from all over to visit and take in the tranquil surroundings, all year round. Red Cedar Lake is especially popular due to its history. Both the lake and larger surrounding provide beautiful views 365 days of the year; anglers can relish the peace and quiet while doing what they love.
The Marten and Temagami Rivers flow into the manmade Red Cedar Lake. Perfectly nestled within the natural beauty of northern Ontario, many different species have been sighted in the area. Despite the short length of the Marten, the lakes and rivers connected with it flow in and help provide a continuous flow.
With a perimeter of almost 83 miles, the lake is over 5900 acres of pristine waters — perfect for your next fishing spot.
It doesn’t matter what season you like to fish in; there’s good angling to be had all three seasons, spring, summer and fall.. Summers are particularly warm, with the mercury routinely reaching over 30 degrees Celsius. Hit the summer waters and soak in all that Mother Nature has to offer.
The high season for fishing Red Cedar Lake, however, is summer, specifically between May and August. This is when the most fishing tournaments and derbies are held (July-August). Timing your next expedition to species availability is also important. When you’re in the area, you can expect to spot yellow perch, lake trout, whitefish, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass and more.
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