Experience Nature At Its Best!
40 minutes north of Toronto on beautiful Lake Simcoe
- Open 7 days a week
- Day Huts and Bungalows
- Large cozy heated huts (propane or wood heat)
- Catch trout, whitefish, perch and pike
- Deep and shallow water fishing
- Washroom facilities on site
NEW FOR SPRING 2014: ROB KNOWS FISHING CHARTER SERVICES CALL 705-456-8072
Daily and Overnight Fish Hut Rentals
To book your reservation online Click here
ICE FISHING BUNGALOWS NEW for 2014
5 8X16 BUNGALOWS
RESERVE NOW SO YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
Click on the Bungalows button for more details and rates
Inside one of the new bungalows. Come join us for a unique winter camping experience!
March 15th, 2014: THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR AN AMAZING ICE FISHING SEASON!! HAPPY SPRING AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO FISHING WITH YOU AGAIN IN 2015!
Group rates and private tournaments
We can accommodate large groups for a fun day of ice fishing. Call us today to organize your tournament or special event.
We offer special group rates (parties of 20 or more)to make it a great day of fishing for everyone.
Full service ice fishing experience
- Best selection of huts
- Best location on the lake
- The Almost Lakefront Cafe serving
- Rental Equipment
Lake Simcoe Outfitters Fishing Ltd.,
To see the weekly weather forecast along with road conditions, click on the weather map.
For your local weather and current road conditions, enter your city name
[then, press enter key] under the heading "full forecast" on the map.
Highway -weather CAM
See the road conditions and highways with the weather CAM.
and enter Holland Landing
where it asks you to enter the city. You will get a birds eye view of the road conditions in the area. The weather cam does not cover Lefroy,ON. You can see the current road conditions as far as Langstaff, on Hwy 400.
PLEASE NOTE: It is the customers responsibility to purchase a valid fishing license if necessary. These can be purchased at most Canadian Tires, Bass Pro Shops or other fishing stores. For more information or to purchase your license online please visit the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources website at http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/LetsFish/2ColumnSubPage/STDPROD_090296.html