Pipestone Lake, Ontario
January 3, 2023

Summer walleye fishing on Pipestone Lake hasn’t seen much significant changes from this spring. Walleye remain 15 – 20′ deep on reefs and near deep structure. Presentation has changed from leeches to minnows and night crawlers. Jigs continued to be the go to tackle. Water temperature hung around mid 70’s during the summer months.


Smallmouth Bass continue to be caught off deep rocks in the 15 – 20′ range. Drop shots, tube jigs or night crawlers tend to be their preferred bait. Largemouth Bass are still in the shallows, near weed edges and timber. Guests have found success using topwater lures.