Ice Fishing on Lake Nipissing

Updated: Apr 11, 2018

Lake Nipissing is renowned for ice fishing. From January to March the lake is transformed into an ice bungalow village. Owners Kevin and Samantha Simpkin took over the marina in 2010 and gave it back it’s original name Fish Bay Marina. Starting out with five ice bungalows we have now grown and have 16 bungalows to meet our customers needs.

Whether you are a single fisherman or a large group we have the accommodations to meet your requirements. Ice fishing is popular for bachelor/bachelorette parties, annual get-togethers and family outings.

Bungalows are heated and furnished with all the necessities for a great adventure. We will meet you at the boat launch at Fish Bay Marina and from there lead you out to our ice bungalow village. Huts have power via generator, bunks with foam mattresses, two burner cooktops, bbq, seating area, tv/dvd player and all cooking utensils.

We will drill holes inside and outside your bungalow so you can fish from the comfort of your bunk if you choose to. Our team will be there to meet your needs and deliver minnows as needed.

Located on a shoal six kilometres from shore our goal is that you catch fish. Perch and walleye have been plentiful so far this year, with our walleye starting to get to the 46 cm range.

Fish Bay Marina

502 Lake Nipissing Road, Nipissing, ON  P0H 1W0



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Fish Bay Marina is located on the south shore of Lake Nipissing, we offer full service marina and accommodations, cabins, camping, trailer sites and ice bungalows. Our marina offers service, parts, fuel, boat launch, boat slips, year round indoor or outdoor storage, boat launch, docking,, Lake Nipissing ice fishing and more. Just minutes from North Bay, Powassan, South Bay Provincial Park, Callander, and Trout Creek; located at 502 Lake Nipissing Road, Nipissing, Ontario, Canada, only 3 hours north of Toronto, 4 hours north of Mississauga and Brampton, 4.5 hours north of Milton, Hamilton, Burlington, 5 hours north of St. Catharines, Guelph, Waterloo. Lake Nipissing contains over 40 different species of fish including walleye, lake whitefish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, muskie (musky), yellow perch, northern pike, herring, ling and garpike. Proudly created with