Fishing News


2019 Fishing Regulations (Zone 18)

 Walleye/Pickerel: January 1 – March 1 and 2nd Saturday in May to December 31st
Sport Fishing; Limit 4; Must be between 40-50 cm -(15.7– 19.7 in)
Conservation Fishing; Limit 2; Must be between 40-50 cm –
(15.7– 19.7 in)

Bass: Open Season is between the 3rd Saturday in June to December 15th. Concerns have been expressed of fishing out of season and in shallow waters when the Bass are on their nests. 

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Report Resource Abuse 1 877 847-7667

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Be A Good Sport

Bass make their nests close to shore in shallow water.   Please be careful not to disturb them with power watercraft, swimming or fishing to close to shore in May or June.  The picture on the right is an aerial view of multiple bass nests in June. 

Anglers are kindly asked not to fish too close to the shoreline which is commonly reserved for safe swimming, family fun (people, docks and rafts), water habitat (fish, frogs, minks, beavers, newborn animals, nests, etc.) and nature gazing.


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Disposing of Mono filament Line


Monofilament line is very harmful to wildlife and boat propellers.  Please use our Monofilament recycling containers by discarding used or broken fishing line in these bins. Our volunteers will collect the line and mail it to Berkley Conservation for processing. 

Types of Fish Found In Wolfe Lake


  • Walleye (Pickerel)
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Pike
  • Perch
  • Whitefish
  • Bluegill
  • Bullhead
  • Panfish - sunfish and crappie
  • Sucker

What To Do With Unused Bait


Can I dump my bait into the Lake? 

Government of Ontario  "It’s illegal to empty your bait bucket, drain the water or release live bait fish into a lake, river or other waters." 

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What You Can Do To Protect Our Lake From Invasive Species



  • Clean and inspect all items used in water includeing but not limited to watercraft, trailer and gear. 
  • Remove all plants, animals and mud at the access area or dock.
  • Rinse, scrub or pressure wash your boat away from storm drains, ditches and waterways.  Use hot water if possible.


  • On land, before leaving the waterbody, drain all water from bait buckets, ballasts, bilges, coolers, internal compartments, live wells, etc. 
  • For paddle boats, kayaks and canoes, drain by inverting or tilting the watercraft, opening compartments ad removing seats if necessary.


  • Dry the watercraft and gear completely between trips.
  • Leave compartment open and sponge out standing water.