Lake Simcoe Ice Fishing Bungalows & Huts

Lake Simcoe is the largest inland lake in southern Ontario aside from the great lakes.  Ice fishing on Lake Simcoe can be excellent from first ice to last ice.  Perch, Pike, Pickeral, Walleye, Lake Trout, Whitefish and Ling Cod make up the main fishery on the lake during the winter months.  If you are planning an ice fishing trip to Lake Simcoe, consider renting an ice bungalow from one of the operators listed here.  Operators are broken down into two sections, Lake Simcoe West, and Lake Simcoe East.

Essential Gear For A Day On Simcoe

Bear Point Fish Hut Rentals

With over 20 years experience on Lake Simcoe, Bear Point Outfitters specialize in lake trout and white fish. Lake Simcoe is one of the best lakes in North America to fish, inhabiting a huge assortment of species.

Big Bay Point Ice Huts

Big Bay Point Ice Hut Rentals is Lake Simcoe’s newest and most accessible destination for hard-water action! Located minutes from Barrie and an hour from Toronto, Big Bay Point Ice Huts offers warm, clean and comfortable ice fishing huts, making your ice-fishing experience one to remember.

Terry Goy Blue Ice Huts

Clean, heated ice fishing huts on Lake Simcoe.  Terry Goys blue ice huts are located on the west side of Lake Simcoe in the town of Gilford.

Lucky Sons Ice Hut Rentals

Lucky’s Sons ice fishing huts are located about a kilometer out on Lake Simcoe at the mouth of Cooks Bay.

Stewarts Fish Huts

Located in Beaverton on the east side of Lake Simcoe.  Ice Huts for day or night use as well as Ice Bungalow rentals. 

Tim Hales Fish Huts

Located in Beaverton, Tim Hales was raised on the shores of Lake Simcoe.  His knowledge of the lake and the fishery goes a long way in getting his clients into fish.

Floyd Hales Fish Huts

For over 45 years, Floyd Hales Fish Huts, located in Beaverton Ontario, has been providing a safe and comfortable winter fishing experience on world famous Lake Simcoe.





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