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Grand River Fishing

Wether your after browns, bass, walleye, pike, steelhead, salmon, or carp. If your after them in the Grand and it's tribs, this is the place for you to share info and stories about Grand River country. Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Brantford, anywhere on the watershed

Location: Ontario
Anglers: 48
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2012

Grand River Fishing

The Grand River and its major tributaries are one of Ontario's world class fisheries. Especially know for it's Fly-Fishing for Brown trout - this place has a proven track record of producing great fishing experiences.

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No more winter access to Puslinch Lake? 2 Replies

Hi everyone, has anyone heard about this? Word is that the landowner who owns Old Marina Restaurant and the adjacent property is not letting anyone use it to access Puslinch this winter. This is bad news, because for some reason, officials haven't…Continue

Tags: private, access, public, Lake, Puslinch

Started by Patrick. Last reply by Patrick Jan 8, 2012.

Need advice for Smallmouth on the Grand River.

Hey All,Can anyone suggest some good spots on the Grand River for smallmouth bass? I went out on the river this past summer and didn't have any luck. Where's the best spot to go. Any advice and/or tips are appreciated.Many Thanks,Continue

Tags: Ontario, ON, Grand River, Bass, Smallmouth Bass

Started by Gerrit Redburn Dec 18, 2011.

Grand River Fishing Map

Here's a map of the Grand River I found. Continue

Tags: Salmon, Steelhead, Bass, Pike, Trout

Started by Gary Blackburn Dec 18, 2011.

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Comment by Patrick on December 20, 2009 at 5:43pm
Had a pretty decent trip to Puslinch today. Ice is very good, up to 8" where we fished!The fishing was a little slow but we managed to ice 4 fish, including the pike in my new profile pic. Three pike also managed to get away from us, so if we would have got those ones out, it would have been a great day. Hopefully, Cook's bay will be safe enough next weekend for a perch session!
Comment by Keith Davison on December 8, 2009 at 1:02am
i read on a muskies canada site that the omnr might stock muskies in the nith area of the grand river. this could be good because where ever i fish muskie it seems that all other spiece are alot healthier. they pick off the weak and sick leaving healthy breeders. the nith has muskies already but in low desity hopefully their are more people like me who think the more fishing opertunities we have the better the chances that anyone could get a trophy with out having to travel.
Comment by Kyle on October 5, 2009 at 5:32pm
i fish the lower part of the grand from the caledonia damn to cayuga, its a fish factory. many deep holes producing really nice eyes up to the 3-4 lbs range. tons of smallies and heards of channel cat. it was a great place to grow up and learn how to fish the river properly.
Comment by Jason Stares on August 21, 2009 at 2:20am
Looking to head out on the water this weekend, possibly Sunday morning, anyone wanna meet up? I dont have a boat, but I was thinking of renting one at long point bay, or maybe hitting hamilton bayfront. I dont drive, but would be willing to pay for gas and coffee. Shoot me a messege.
Comment by Jason Stares on August 20, 2009 at 1:34am
If your looking for pike in the grand, a good spot is where the manor in kitchener use to be where the drainage comes out from the old parking lot. For bass you could try Glen Morris, Paris, or Conestogo.

Tight lines!!!

Comment by Jeff Hahn on April 30, 2009 at 6:51pm
Im in need of some new spots for Pike/bass/trout fishing ..any suggestions?
Comment by Jeff Hahn on April 3, 2009 at 7:08pm
Patrick..where abouts is riverbend drive
Comment by Mike Schaafsma on September 29, 2008 at 3:20pm
Anyone who flyfishes and would like flies tied at reasonable rates let me know. My other website is mikeat40@hotmail.com Happy Fishing!
Comment by Trish Austin on July 10, 2008 at 10:44am
Did you launch a boat or just off the bank? We were having great luck with the pumpkinseed leaches made by power bait last week.....they went mental!!
Comment by chris on July 7, 2008 at 10:53am

Its very quiet on here, I guess we have all bin fillin our time chasin bass instead of chattin on here, I have anyways! havent been to the grand after them yet but i'll be over the weekend after next. i've bin slaying them here in bronte, just in the little creek here. its fairly shallow (6' in the deepest holes) and it gets loadsa angling pressure because its in a built up area.

I've found a honey hole tho, there is a long island and you can't get down the bank on the far side and theres a waist deep wade through loadsa silty crap and then a hack through 7' tall thistles and bush.

I see so many fishermen fishing in the same spots with no decent fish and have never seen anyone wade throgh the bush and crap to get to "my island" and i'm sooooo glad. all the fish are there! there is a tree down and it is full of aggresive smallies, the biggest I've had yet was just over 4lbs and I caught 3 of them that size in an hour. when they are on I get an average of 3 fish every 5 casts, not bad for a small over fished stream (can't wait for the salmon run!!).

Its a great way to learn, its my first ever bass season and i'm self teaching, hot baits for me have been 5"weightless senkos and yum tubes rigged texas stylee with a sliding worm weight and a bead, man they just slam these baits so hard on the drop its unbelievable!

C'mon guys lets have some grand updates.


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