Little Hawk Lake Fishing Report near Georgina, Ontario

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Little Hawk Lake

on September 4th

Little Hawk Lake used to offer a phenomenal lake trout fishery. Ever since the lake started to be visited more and more by vacationers the fishing has gone downhill. Today the laker fishery is poor-fair at best. Your best bet is through the ice with baited ball-head and banana jigs between 1/2oz and 1oz. Swimming jigs also work very well. Unbaited spoons also work. Pink, red, white, and pearl are all good colors. Spring lake trout fishing is good as well, try trolling the top of shoals. In the summer the fishing drop to the deepest hole in the lake (87 m) so they are really really hard to catch until the water warms again. When the lake trout drop deep I usually switch over to fishing for smallmouth bass. Underwater rock piles, points, and shorelines work well in the spring and fall. The rest of the year the bass move deeper to feed on smelt, ciscos, and baitfish. You usually won't find any deeper than 18 m though. Jigging is the most popular technique but trolling with downriggers is effective and gaining in popularity.


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