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Who wouldn’t want to do that trip.  But the level of comfort stops me.  I just can’t get enough gear in a canoe.  
anyway your probably going to just pick a route that looks good and go.  People don’t give the Brookie spots out to easy.  
 

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You won't getting fishing tips here for Algonquin.  I'd suggest making it the hardest trip possible, which will usually result in the best fishing :)

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They associate with well oxygenated, fast moving water in Spring.  Bigger fish will have the prime spots.  You might be surprised at how shallow you get them.  Not to say you can't catch them anywhere else.  Follow BillM's advice, har dto do for a 2 day loop but best of luck.

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Go in by one of the back-country access points:

https://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/visit/camping/access-points-for-backcountry-canoeing.php

and contact the park for advice about fish species.  Brook trout anglers are famous for being tight-lipped. 

In the spring, you WILL experience black flies, in numbers that have to be experienced to be believed.

Good luck.

Doug

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