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    This Lake Simcoe lakefront cottage has it all for you! Boating, swimming and fishing are steps from your back deck (including a marine railway for your use). The sandy lake bottom is great for the kids with shallow entry...
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Lake Simcoe

Posted by David Rose on Friday, February 22, 2008
Listing #: 12085   Desc. ID: 805
Lake Simcoe is one of the major lakes that makes up the Trent-Severn Waterway system, a picturesque route that you can boat from Lake Ontario, through canals and locks, lush farmland, past waterfalls and ancient geological features ending up in Georgian Bay. Boating all or part of the 386 km of the waterway is possible from Lake Simcoe. In the winter, Lake Simcoe is known for its ice fishing and snowmobiling. Sport fishing is so popular that many commercial fishing hut operators rent heated huts, supplying transportation, bait, food and tackle. Lake trout, whitefish, panfish, pike, walleye, ling are the most common species taken.