Boleau Lake


Boleau Lake is really two lakes - Upper & Lower Boleau - both of which offer great largemouth bass fishing and are connected by a short, navigable channel. Boleau has both rugged, rocky shorelines and shallow, weedy sections / back bays, but there is little in the way of mid-lake structure. Just around the corner from the cabin is an extensive shallow-water, wetlands area that can, at times, provide great topwater action.

Largemouth bass abound, but the draw at Boleau are bruiser bucketmouths up to 7 pounds. There are no smallmouth bass and few panfish. The lake is a great place to sharpen bass techniques as almost every approach - spinnerbaits, crankbaits, jigs, topwater frogs, wacky-rig Senkos, Texas-rigged plastic worms, ... - can entice greedy bass.

The recently renovated, expanded and modernized outpost camp at Boleau Lake is operated by Lake Country Airways whose floatplanes are based at the new Orillia Rama Regional Airport @ Lake St. John.