If you are new to Smallmouth Bass fishing then you should know that pound-for-pound no other fresh-water sport-fish fights as hard or displays such splendid acrobats when they soar into the air. They truly are a fun fish to catch a great way to get young kids away from the video games and excited about fishing and the outdoors.
Murray Lake is stuffed with Smallmouth Bass and they are very easy to catch. The shoreline is a typical Canadian Shield shoreline with huge outcroppings of Precambrian Rock; all framed with towering pine trees. Glacial rocks and boulders combined with crumbling shoreline rocks has created the perfect environment for Smallmouth Bass. In the rocks leeches, crayfish (craw daddies) and minnows find refuge and that's where the bass will be.