Outboard Motor Rentals
Why not fish with a boat and an outboard motor? We offer different Mercury outboard motors to fit your upcoming trip! Rent a Mercury outboard motor for a day, weekend or a full week and head out for an adventure anywhere in Ontario, including Lake St. Joseph, Minnitaki Lake, Eagle Lake, Red Lake, Whitefish Lake, Rice Lake, Lakes Simcoe, Buckhorn Lake, Lake Scugog, Lake Nipigon or Shoal Lake. So why limit yourself to a certain location when renting a fishing boat and Mercury motor out of a marine, when you use our outboard motor rentals wherever your heart desires!
Our outboard motors can also be used for a causal family trip. If you always wanted to explore a certain lake or river but never had a boat, now you can rent a boat (inflatable or aluminum) with a Mercury outboard motor and take your family for an adventure.
Start your Weekend Early:
- Pick up your motor starting Friday after 3:00PM and pay for just Saturday and Sunday (weekend rate)
- Drop off your Mercury motor either by Sunday evening or by noon on Monday (without any late fees, excludes long weekends)
Mercury Outboard Motors:
|Rentals||Low Season||FIRST 2 DAYS||Extra Day||Full Week|
|Minn Kota Endura with Marine Battery (55 Thrust)||$64
|3.5 HP Mercury Motor (4 Stroke)||$100
|6 HP Mercury Motor (4 Stroke)||$100
|9.9 HP Short Shaft Mercury Motor (4 Stroke)||$136
|9.9 HP Long Shaft Mercury Motor (4 Stroke)||$136
Note: Our weekend rental includes 2 days minimum. Low season includes: April 20 - June 14, Sept 7 - Nov 30. High Season includes: June 15 - Sept 6.
Portable Generator Rentals and Rental Rates:
|Rentals||Low Season||First 2 Days||Weekend||Long Weekend||Full Week|
|Honda Portable Generator EU1000i||$80
|Honda Portable Generator EU2000i||$120
Note: Low season includes: April 20 - June 14, Sept 7 - Nov 30. High Season includes: June 15 - Sept 6.
Where to fish in Ontario:
There are many lakes and waterfronts in which fishing is allowed in Ontario. Once you rent the fishing equipment, you will need to obtain a sport fishing license, which you can purchase at any local Canadian Tire store. Wondering where to fish in Ontario? Some of the most popular fishing destinations for families include:
- Lake Simcoe – Lake Simcoe is the largest lake in Zone 16 as it covers an area of 77,396 hectares and has a maximum depth of 41 meters. Simcoe is considered to have high quality fisheries and it is close to the Greater Toronto Area. Primary fisheries include: smallmouth bass, yellow perch, lake whitefish and lake trout. Location: two hours north of Toronto.
- Lake of the Woods – Lake of the Woods is located near the borders of Ontario, Manitoba and Minnesota. It covers an area of 434,860 hectares and has a maximum depth of 64 meters. Lake of the Woods is the largest in Zone 5 and is considered as an important tourism destination. The primary fisheries include: smallmouth bass, walleye, sauger, muskellunge, Northern pike and lake trout. Location: Take Highway 621 north from Highway 11.
- Lake Nipissing – Lake Nipissing is the largest lake in Zone 11 and it flows through the French River to Georgian Bay. Nipissing covers an area of 87,000 hectares and has a maximum depth of 52 meters. Lake Nipissing lies about 25 km northwest of Algonquin Provincial Park or about 3.5 hours north of Toronto. This lake contains over 40 different species of fish, but the primary fisheries include: largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye, Northern pike, muskellunge and yellow perch.