Ice Ice Baby

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Only three short months til ice fishing opens on Lake Nipissing January 1st, 2019, are you excited?

At Fish Bay Marina we have consolidated Smitty's Ice Bungalows and Winter Walleye and now have a fleet (?) of 15 bungalows to meet your ice fishing needs.

Small or large we have accommodations to suit your family adventure, stag or stagette, boys weekend or get together. Our bungalows range in size from two to eight person bungalows.

Fully equipped you can fish in warmth and comfort. Ten bungalows have generator power and five are solar powered.

Propane furnaces ensure your warmth and comfort. John will be on ice to ensure you have everything you need. Our generator power bungalows have tv and dvd players so bring movies to entertain the kids.

Enjoy a great weekend on the ice. And of course catch some fish. Walleye, perch, pike and other species will keep you busy.

Call to book your winter getaway today.

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