Rice Lake is a fantastic Ontario fishing destination. Only an hour and a half from Toronto, this is a very accessible lake for those living in Southern Ontario and even vacationers heading north from the United States. The Lake is a true multi-species fishery with fishable populations of walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie bass, panfish, carp and muskie. For more details about fishing this lake and interviews with anglers who fish it, visit our Rice Lake Fishing Information Page. This post, which we will keep updating, features our Rice Lake fishing video favorites. These videos are picked because they are instructive, high quality and/or just plain fun. Our Rice Lake fishing video favorites will get you ready for your next fishing trip to Rice Lake, Ontario.
Rice Lake Fishing Video Favorites
June 2016: Cooper Gallant is a talented young angler. In this clip, he proves he can catch Rice Lake walleye. The walleye in the video fell victim to the Berkley Gulp Minnow.
April 2016: The New Fly Fisher posted an episode in April 2016 about Rice Lake panfishing.
November 2015: Ian West of FearFishing takes on a cold fall jerkbait bite. Quality video with some excellent information on fall bass fishing Rice Lake.
July 2013: Angler Hunter TV and their host Mike Miller posted an episode featuring the walleye fishing at Rice Lake. They base their trip out of Dunnette Landing Cottage & Campground near Roseneath, Ontario.
January 2013: Bob’s Real Fishing Show took on Rice Lake. Of course, the legendary Bob Izumi hosts this show and the guy catches fish everywhere. They feature fall fishing on this show.
May 2011: Fish TV fished out of Sunshine Cove in Rice Lake. The episode features catching walleye but we also get a glimpse of the multi-species available on the lake.
October 2010: Urban Outdoor Adventures did part of an episode back in 2010 on smallmouth bass fishing on Rice Lake. This video provides tips for both new and experienced anglers on Rice Lake to catch bass.
We will keep adding more great Rice Lake fishing video. So stay tuned!