Lots of different fishing holes

Burlington Bay Carping

I have an admission to make. I love catching carp on the fly. There, I’ve said it. Man, these are powerful and fussy fish. They make trout look like pikers.

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The Bighead and the Beaver

Dave and I were supposed to drift the Saugeen with John Valk, but the river was blown out so we made a pass through the Bighead and the Beaver. Read More...

Maitland River 2000 to the present

The Maitland River is a spate river that flows into Lake Huron through the town of Goderich, Ontario. Read More...

Saugeen River 1998 to the present

The Saugeen River has a very large watershed with many interesting tributaries such as the Beatty and the Rocky Saugeen. Read More...

Byng Inlet 1997

I like pike fishing and I do it too infrequently, mostly because I’ve never owned a boat. Much of the best pike fishing up north requires a boat to get where the fish are. Read More...

Whiteman's Creek 1995 to the present

Whiteman’s Creek as an interesting tributary of the Grand River, for in its upper reaches, the creek is slow, muddy and warm. As it flows toward the mouth clean, cold water enters from underground aquifers, cooling and clearing the water for salmonids. Read More...

Niagara River 1994 to the present

This is one intimidating place to fish. One careless move and you’re a corpse. Still, the fishing is fantastic and worth the effort.
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Upper Credit River 1994 to the present

The Credit River fishes as two rives, with the upper section being high gradient, small, and home to brookies, baby steelhead, browns, and some Atlantics. The lower river tends to flatten out, broaden and there the quarry is steelhead and chinook salmon. The river used to get a run of coho, but that has died out. Read More...

Lower Credit River 1993 to the present

The lower Credit River is known for its steelhead and chinook salmon fishing. In the fall during salmon season, the river can be packed with anglers, but with that season over and winter approaching, it can be a very pleasant place to fish.
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Grand River 1991 to the present

I have made so many trips to the Grand River that it would be hopeless to try and break them up so I’ve decided on a selection of fish pictures m the Grand over the past 20 years or so. Read More...

Bronte Creek 1988 to the present

Bronte Creek was the first place I fished in Southern Ontario, starting with chucking cleos into the mouth of the creek off of Bronte harbour. Read More...