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Bay of Quinte - Prince Edward County Read it online with a click Since 2011:
Larger foldout maps available Look for them at the same sources as the directory booklets. With the larger format you will have an easy time locating businesses and roads, plus main launching spots, along with helpful fishing information. Smartphone ready QR codes Our verified GPS coordinates have been a hit for years. Now we are placing special QR (Quick Response) bar code images beside essential information. Just scan it with a compatible smart phone and choose the presented options:
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Bay of Quinte and Prince Edward County
A Prime Fishing Destination This area offers tremendous opportunities to enjoy a day or a week of fishing within hours of the GTA. The many inlets, bays and shoals have the structure to attract the famous walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass, pike, and a variety of panfish including perch. It's a great place to bring the family too, with scenery and historic locations to explore.
With ICE FISHING season, you have even more reasons to return and take in some warm local hospitality throughout the winter.
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The Bay, as it is known locally, provides some of the best trophy walleye angling in North America as well as most sport fish common to the great lakes. The Bay is subject to algae blooms in late summer which are a naturally occurring phenomenon and do not indicate pollution other than from agricultural runoff.
Beginning in the east with the outlet to Lake Ontario, the bay runs west-southwest for 25 kilometers to Picton, where it turns north-northwest for another 20 kilometers as far as Deseronto. From there it turns south-southwest again for another 40 kilometers, running past Big Island on the south and Belleville on the north. The width of the bay rarely exceeds two kilometers. The bay ends at Quinte West (formerly Trenton) and the Trent River, both also on the north side. The Murray Canal has been cut through the few miles separating the end of the bay and Lake Ontario on the west side. The Trent River is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, a canal connecting Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe and then Georgian Bay on Lake Huron.
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