Smallmouth Bass Fishing:

Borden Lake was formed by glaciers scrapping the Earth and exposing rock, which is over 540 million year old (Precambrian Age). The exposed rock is called the Canadian Shield. This rocky structure is perfect habitat for Smallmouth Bass. Smallmouth Bass are very common in the lake and can be found close to large stones, rocks and crumbling points. Their main food source is crayfish and minnows, which seem to hide in these environments.

Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tips
Season: Open All Year
Limit - Sport License: 6 in 1 day with only 6 in your possession
Limit - Conservation License: 2 in 1 day with only 2 in your possession
Non-Resident License Fees