Fishing Ontario's Grand River Country
James Lorimer & Company, Apr 30, 2010 - Nature - 160 pages
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
access points anglers Apr May June Aug Sept Oct boat Brantford bridge brown trout Byng Island caddis Caledonia Cambridge canoe catfish Conestogo Lake Conestogo River crankbaits crappie downstream Dunnville Elora Gorge Eramosa River Exceptional Waters Feb Mar Apr Fergus Fishing Highlights flies fly fishers Grand River Conservation Grand River Country Grand River Fisheries Grand River tailwater Grand River watershed GRCA Guelph Lake habitat hatches Highway Jan Feb Mar July Aug Sept June July Aug Kitchener–Waterloo Lake Conservation Area Lake Erie largemouth bass lures mooneye Nith River northern pike numbers nymphs Oct Nov Dec Ontario panfish Paris perch Pike fishing popular populations Public Access rainbow trout reservoir River Information Line season Sept Oct Nov Shade’s Mills Shand Dam smallmouth bass Species Jan Feb Speed River spinnerbaits spinners spring steelhead stream target topwater tube jigs upstream wading walleye water levels water quality West Montrose Whitemans Creek Wilkes Dam woolly buggers worm www.grandriver.ca