Fishing Ontario's Grand River Country

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Stephen May
James Lorimer & Company, Apr 30, 2010 - Nature - 160 pages
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Here is the best guide on the market to fishing Ontario's Grand River country, an area offering world-class fishing, according to Fly Fisherman magazine.

The Grand River is renowned for its brown trout, trophy bass, and pike, but the diversity teeming just beneath the water's surface is more than matched by the fascinating communities and beautiful scenery found along the river's banks.

This second edition of this popular guide has been completely revised and updated with new information, new colour photographs, maps, species charts, and public river access points. If you're planning to go fishing in southern Ontario, this book is the place to start.
 

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Contents

Welcome to Grand River Country
9
About This Book
20
Fish Species of the Grand River
24
Main Stem of the Grand River
33
Tributaries of the Grand River
107
Index
159
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STEPHEN MAY is an avid angler who has worked and played on the Grand River for many years. He has been a guide with Grand River Troutfitters and a fly-fishing instructor. He was the Urban Fisheries Technician with the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) and the Coordinator of the Grand River Fisheries Management Plan. He now works with the Ministry of Natural Resources Stewardship Program as the Stewardship Coordinator in Waterloo Region. He has published articles in Real Fishing Magazine and Canadian and International Fly Fishing.

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