Walleye, Musky, Trout, Bass & Pike Fishing

Ontario , Canada
# 7291
from $350,00 / 4 Hour

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Enjoy Walleye, Musky, Trout, Bass, and Pike Fishing in Ottawa, Ontario with Bill! 

We are based in beautiful Ottawa, Ontario Canada. We service the Ottawa River, Mississippi Lake, Rideau River, White Lake, and a few of our hidden locations. Our half-day and full-day trips are a great way for our clients to gain valuable fishing knowledge and experience while having a great time on the water in one of the most pristine areas of Canada. 

We specifically target musky, walleye, trout, bass, and pike. Now booking full or half-day trips with Bill. Experienced guide with top of the line equipment will ensure a day filled with excitement and fish! No prior experience needed!


Half-Day Trip: 4-6 Hours
Walleye, Trout, Bass and Pike: $275 USD / $350 CAD for 1 or 2 people
Musky: $295 USD / $375 CAD for 1 or 2 people

Additional Person - $40 USD / $50 CAD per person 

Full-Day Trips: 8-10 Hours
Walleye, Trout, Bass and Pike: $415 USD / $525 CAD for 1 or 2 people
Musky: $435 USD / $550 CAD for 1 or 2 people

Additional Person - $40 USD / $50 CAD per person 

Best Time: 6 am to 11 am or 4 pm to 9 pm

10% deposit due at booking.

What To Bring:

Bring a bag with water, snacks, lunch (if necessary), and extra clothing.


Passenger Capacity
Crew Capacity
Year Built
Cancellation Policy
No refund will be issued for cancellations unless another date can be negotiated. If the weather is deemed unsafe on the day of the trip, and another date cannot be achieved, a full refund will be granted.


Inflatable Extras
Boat type
Snorkeling Gear
Fishing Gear
Not included


Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Half Day Trips (4-6 Hours) - Walleye, Trout, Bass, & Pike Fishing (4 Hours)
Full-Day Trips: 8-10 Hours - Walleye, Trout, Bass, & Pike: (8 Hours)
Half Day (4-6 hours) - Musky (4 Hours)
Full Day (8-10 hours) - Musky (8 Hours)


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