Fly Fishing The Beaver River

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Information for fly fishing the Beaver River in Southern Ontario. Mainly looked at as a cold water stream, the Beaver river and its pristine tributaries are host to several species of trout and salmon as well as bass and other warm water species in the lower sections. The Beaver River in southern Ontario flows from the Niagara Escarpment and empties into Nottawasaga Bay, an inlet of Georgian Bay, at the town of Thornbury, Ontario. A fish ladder near Thornbury allows migratory fish such as trout and salmon species to reach spawning areas up river. Flowing through The Beaver Valley, which is a deep wedge on the western side of the Niagara escarpment, formed by a much larger ancestor of this

Fly Fishing The Saugeen River

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Go To: Upper Saugeen River Hatch Chart Information for fly fishing the Saugeen river in Southern Ontario. The Saugeen river offers a wealth of fly fishing opportunities. Both warm and cold water species exist in this giant watershed. Everything from Musky to Brook trout and everything in between. This is one river in Ontario that you should fish without doubt. There are several campgrounds on the river, and various access points that offer you fly fishing opportunities in many communites on the river. Few rivers insouthern Ontario are as large and complex as the Saugeen. From its tiny beginnings near Dundalk, Ontario, the Saugeen flows west, fed by several large and small tributaries along its way. The Saugeen River is located

Welcome to Fly Fish Ontario!

Welcome to Fly Fish Ontario We aim to show just how amazing fly fishing in Canada and particularly fly fishing in Ontario can be. Visiting a large number of lakes and streams, we’ll bring you stories of success and defeat. Although we wont give the exact locations of our special fly fishing holes, we’ll arm you with every bit of knowledge you’ll need to make your fly fishing adventures in Ontario and Canada a success.   Massive Lake Run Brown Caught on GTA Trib! Tim Smyth, one of the members here at Fly Fish Ontario was out recently on one of the GTA tribs that he frequents. To his surprise, there were a large number of Lake Run Brown Trout