KAWARTHA LAKES—Take the Canadian Pacific Railway to Lindsay, Bobcaygeon or Peterboro, from which places a variety of trips may be arranged through Sturgeon Lake, Pigeon Lake, Buckhorn Lake, Deer Lake and Clear Lake, Stony Lake, and many other lakes with charming scenery and good fishing. The chain of lakes which comprises this region lies north of Peterboro and Lindsay, and is composed of Lakes Katchewanooka, Clear, Stony, Buckhorn, Chemong, Pigeon, Bald, Sturgeon, Cameron and Balsam, with a magnificent steamer route of 70 miles from Lakefield to Coboconk. The Kawartha Lakes are also reached by the Grand Trunk Railway System at Lindsay, Lakeside, Coboconk, or Peterboro. Fishing includes excellent bass and maskalonge; and perch, carp and herring. Canoes, tents, camp beds, utensils, fishing tackle and other outfit for camping parties may be obtained at Lindsay, Peterboro, Lakefield, Fenelon Falls and Coboconk.
Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.
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