Ottawa Fishing at its Finest.
Serving Ottawa Anglers and Visitors Since 2010.
A Northern Ontario native, Yannick Loranger, owner of Ottawa River Guided Fishing developed a passion for fishing at a very young age. After moving to Rockland, he soon realized the angling potential of the Ottawa River. After years of learning the River through trial and error, he founded Ottawa River Guided Fishing in 2010. Since, he has guided thousands of anglers on the River. Yannick is particularly fond of walleye, pike, and musky but confidently guides for just about anything that swims in the river and has a particular appreciation for the combative, plentiful, and kid-friendly channel catfish.
Our base rates are listed below but please call us for any special requests like corporate groups, birthday parties, bachelor parties, or short trips. We aim to please and accommodate as many groups as possible over the course of a season.
Weekend Ice Bungalow Rentals
$200/Person Friday to Sunday
Ice fishing like you've never experienced! Luxury ice huts capable of hosting up to 10 guests overnight, complete with indoor holes, kitchens, and even satellite tv! Also includes 1dozen minnows per guest, pre-drilled holes, and a generator. Bring your own generator and pay only $175 per person, Friday to Sunday.
Starting at $150pp
It's never to early to book your 2020 fishing trip with us. Our season starts Mid-May and runs into the Fall.
Following the Fish
The Ottawa River is a complex and resilient body of water that is home to most of Ontario's warm water species of fish. Some sections of the River tend to be better for particular species and often we will launch nearest to the best fishing to allow for more fishing time and less travel time.
The launches we use are:
-Du Moulin Park in Rockland (End of Edwards St. in Rockland)
-Wendover Public Launch (End of Du Quai Avenue in Wendover)
- Our Ice Bungalows are located at the end of Pigeon Street in Rockland.
While we usually recommend launching closest to the best fishing, we will certainly accommodate any location requests from our guests.
What to Bring
We do our best to make your trip with us as close to all-inclusive as possible. In a nutshell, guests need to supply their lunch and fishing license. Make sure to dress for the weather. Items like sunscreen, sunglasses, cameras, and a small cooler to bring home your fillets are also a good idea. We have all the fishing gear you'll need but if you want to bring your own rod that's ok as long as it has braided line on it.
For our Ice Bungalow guests, your essentials are food, drink, fishing licenses, and sleeping bag and pillow. We encourage guests to bring their own tackle and auger, but we have all that available on site as well.