More About Buckshot Lake
Buckshot Lake is approximately 4 Miles Long and 1 to 2 miles wide, with about 13 miles of shoreline. Fishing on Buckshot Lake is good and diverse, with a naturally reproducing fish population. The sport fish include Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Walleye (they are referred to as a Yellow Pickerel in Ontario), and the occasional Lake Trout. Buckshot Lake also has an excellent pan fish population, including Bluegill, Yellow Perch, and Rock Bass. Wildlife includes many loons (including several nesting pairs of Loons that return annually for summer mating) , Herons, Osprey (Fish Eagles), Mergansers, Wood Ducks, Beavers, Deer, Raccoon, Otter, Deer, and even an occasional Black Bear.
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Some Lake Walleye (Yellow Pickerel) Lake Smallmouth Bass Lake Largemouth Bass
Shots from the beach - great for kids A rental boat Sunrise from the beach
Merganser ducks and young , a common sight A Loon Party The falls near camp - 1/2 mile walk
Crab Island Frog Island